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Like many animal welfare organizations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) has seen an increase in the canine influenza virus (CIV), as well as upper respiratory infections (URI), both of which are highly contagious. In an effort to stop the cycle of exposure to the healthy dogs in our care, HSNT needs the community’s help to foster large dogs as well as puppies who have been exposed but are not showing flu-like symptoms.

In exchange for providing a temporary home for these dogs, HSNT is offering a $250 incentive to thank foster families for their help. HSNT will also provide fosters with training, and supplies, and cover 100% of the foster dog’s veterinary care.  This incentive applies to fosters who take in a dog at least 40 pounds or three (or more) puppies from the same litter for a three-week period of time. Fosters will be required to foster for the entire three-week period to receive the $250 incentive. They are also required to keep the foster dog(s) separate from any other household pets. Only one foster incentive per household at this time.


If you are interested and available to foster, please click the link below to put yourself on deck for puppies or an adult dog!