"Within 10 days Phillip adjusted to his new surroundings," Allison said. "It didn't take long for him to be able to navigate around the house and even make his way down a few stairs to go outside without any trouble. He loves walks, gets along and plays with my other dogs, and is very gentle with my children. He's house-trained and knows his basic commands, and we're also working on other commands like 'lay down' and 'paw.'"
Allison is so committed to her duties as a Foster Parent that she is actually beginning a renovation to her home that will include a separate room with four to five comfortable kennels, a separate fenced-in outside area and even a doggy bathtub! These are the types of volunteers that make Animal League America the ultimate sanctuary for all homeless companion animals in need of a second chance.
If you're interested in adopting Phillip and providing him with the love and support he's been in search of, please contact Foster Care Manager Tara Guclu at 516-883-7900 Ext. 352 or firstname.lastname@example.org.