Hi, I have two dogs (both shelter adoptions) and have been fostering two other dogs, including Nina, owned by the Harris County Shelter. Nina is a good energetic dog that loves long walks and likes to play. I’ve had her and another foster for at least two months now and having four in the house is just a little too much to handle. I’d like to find another foster for Nina rather than take her back into the shelter. Nina would be ideal for someone that has no or only one other pet. She pulls some when I walk her and jumps up excitedly when she gets a walk. I feel bad that I’m probably not getting her out as much as she needs. The individual that would foster her would have to have my foster transferred to them (at no cost) from the Harris County Shelter which would retain ownership of Nina (who has all her shots and has been spayed).
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