So I really want to adopt this dog but it's roughly 700 miles away from where I live. Is it possible that the foster parent would meet me halfway?
- 4Her4LifeLv 75 years agoFavorite Answer
Ask the adopting organization (if you are getting a dog from a private party, that is called *rehoming* or *buying*). Certainly the breed rescues are often wiling to work out transportation, but only if they can also work other things like calling a breed fancier in your area to do a home check, etc, before they work to get the dog to you.
- Under SiegeLv 75 years ago
I would not drive hundreds of miles so someone can adopt my dog, no, especially since you might not even show up or be a decent family for it.
- LizzieLv 75 years ago
Talk to the foster person and ask about transporting the dog. Sometimes, individual dog lovers will each take on part of the trip to deliver the dog to you. Or, the dog could be shipped to you (at your cost).
- 5 years ago
It is possible if you ask them, but as fosters they aren't obliged to travel anywhere to meet potential adopters.
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- Star_of_DarknessLv 75 years ago
No foster will drive hundreds of miles. Check your lock shelters and rescues
- BobLv 75 years ago
only way to know for sure it to ask