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Belgian Malinois in Need of a Foster Home
|WE NEED QUALIFIED FOSTER HOMES!! Fill out the foster app found on our main page under "the process".|
The following dogs are waiting to be placed in an ABMC approved foster home so that vetting can be done and we have the time to evaluate them for approriate placement.
Boarding fees have hit us hard this year and have caused us to slow down on intake of rescue dogs. If you are interested in contributing to our boarding needs there is a link to Network for Good on our main page http://partners.guidestar.org/controller/searchResults.gs?action_donateReport=1&partner=networkforgood&ein=81-6099454
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Lucy -- This sweet, bouncy 50-pound female Malinois (vet feels she is under four years of age) was pulled from a shelter in Connecticut and needs a Mal experienced-foster home to teach her manners. She is friendly with people, but gets mouthy when excited. For this reason, a home with no children would be best, although she might be OK with dog-savvy teens. It is not known whether she was a house or kennel dog, however she's a fast learner, loves attention and desperately wants to bond with someone. She is more into food than toys but this might change. It is unknown whether or not she is good with children, small animals or cats, but goes and stays willingly in a crate. She seems to be reasonably good with other dogs but her dog skills are something of an unknown. She did not show excessive interest in my male mal when we did several walk-bys at close quarters and was more interested in receiving treats. However, she didn't seem to appreciate being sniffed by him, so a foster home without other dogs or a home with a large, well-mannered and easy going male might be safest. When given love and attention, Lucy literally melts right into you and wants to please. She is newly spayed, vetted, wormed, heartworm negative and now needs a foster home to help us evaluate her for her "forever home." Ideally, her foster parent should be someone who has the time to help her learn the skills she will need to be a good house dog and pet. She is a sweetheart and craves attention. Lucy will think she has died and gone to heaven if given regular love, attention from someone who can help her learn how to live like a house dog and behave like a lady.
|Lila is approximately 3ish. She was rock solid at the vet, very sweet girl. Heartworm negative! Very gentle taking treats when she takes them. Loves a good belly rub. Has prey drive, unsure of other dogs but she was found with a chi and a GSD. MUST be an ABMR approved foster home. Contact Julie: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
Titus needs a foster home. Currently located in Maryland. Reasonable transport can be arranged. MUST be an ABMR approved foster home.
He's neutered, chipped, UTD on vaccinations, trained, housebroken, clean, NOT destructive, etc. 5-6 yrs old. NOT GOOD with small dogs, cats. Will NOT be placed in a home with young children. Contact Tracey at email@example.com
|Gypsy (6 year old)|
|Foster home needed for Gypsy, a 6 year old spayed female, European import. She is located in NH. MUST be an ABMR approved foster home. Reasonable transport can be arranged. Contact Julie at email: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss fostering.|
Hi, I am Tia, a six (seven on May 5) year old Belgian Malinois. My given name is Xanti From Mike's Place in the Netherlands. I was adopted, along with my sister, at 10 weeks old. My sister and I have the same sire (Biesser Van Joefarm) and our mothers had the same father (Klemm vom Roten Falken), so we are actually 3/4 sisters. We were best friends with occasional fights, but now we try to kill each other. So, I am looking for a home where I can be either an only dog, or at least an only female dog. I am loving, playful, loyal, trustworthy (with babies!), energetic, and smart as the dickens. However, I have a bit of separation anxiety and am wary of some people and other dogs. I do NOT like raised voices, or zombie movies. The perfect home for me would be a steady, structured environment with some space and good fences where I could be with my human(s) most of the time. I like to work and am high drive! I can figure out puzzles, love to fetch, will box you, lick your ears, and will pull you for miles if you hitch my harness to your bike. I am ready to GO! Let my pack leaders know if you're interested by sending me a message. Woof!
|Qualified foster homes desperately needed in Texas. Must become an ABMR approved foster home.|
|Female Malinois appox 8 months when picked up, approx 10 months currently (maybe older but I don't think) currently utd on all shots, checked negative for heartworm, came in at 38 lbs and currently 45lbs and very healthy! She came in sensitive and afraid of everything and although is still sensitive to loud noises she is turned a 180, she isn't afraid of new people anymore, she's been taken to many environments and done great! Was unsure of water at first but still jumped around in it, has been to hardware stores, parks, businesses, stores, etc and is great on a leash while doing so, also good at ignoring people! She is starting to act more like a Mal with her derp moments, she is good with other dogs, also with kids (6 years old, 9 months old has been tested) (still waiting to test cats, or horses etc) she just now got to the point where I've earned trust and can start working her ob. Only has two sessions with her and she will sit, down, and recall (in German) she is GORGEOUS! and super social, very lovable and likes to cuddle up to you, pretty low toy drive but high food drive! Contact Penny: email@example.com|
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We wish that we could help them all but because of the number of dogs already waiting for foster homes, all prospective Mainois intakes MUST be cleared through the coordinator for the state or region, or the dog will NOT be accepted into ABMC Rescue foster care. NO EXCEPTIONS.
All information contained on this page is the property of the American Belgian Malinois Club Rescue. Contact Foster Coordinator Julie Bear for more information on any of the above Malinois. If you are interested in becoming an approved Foster Home for the American Belgian Malinois Club please fill out the Foster Application found on our web site under "The Process"