Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network is responsible for veterinary treatment of the foster animals in the Network. However, we cannot assume responsibility for the temperament of the animals placed in foster care. Please let us know immediately if you become worried that an animal in your care may have aggressive or unsafe characteristics. Please understand that though we will screen animals to the best of our ability, we cannot predict their actions. Furthermore, we cannot always tell whether animals are housebroken or not, so please treat all indoor fosters as if they are not until they show you otherwise. Do not give a foster dog access to expensive shoes or rugs ? you may regret it!
RELEASE.In order to foster an animal for the Network, you must agree to hold harmless and release the Network, its officers, Board of Directors, volunteers, employees and agents from any and all liability related to physical injury or property damage caused to you, your pets, your family or others by an animal in your foster care. Please use common sense and separate fosters from your animals and children unless you are able to supervise safe interaction.
By choosing "I Agree" below, I hereby agree to the foregoing terms regarding supervision of all animals that I foster (or adopt) through the Network and I specifically agree to the release of liability included herein.
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