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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
PO Box 6
Callander
FK17 8ZU  
Charity No: SC015672
 www.pfss.org.uk
Phone: 0844 811 9909

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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
PFSS

  • How does it work?

In the event of an emergency, a carer* or relative or the owner should contact the local PFSS Area Organiser, via our national low cost phone number:

  • 0844 811 9909  (open between the hours of 9am and 7pm daily) Calls cost 7p per minute + your connection charge
Just listen to the recorded message and select your area of Scotland, or see our Contact Page for details of the phone number options.


We do not accept foster requests by email or any other method, only by phone to our national number.

* the carer could be a social worker, a nurse, a home help etc. 


Some details of our process :
The PFSS Area Organiser will collect details of the pet and allocate it to 
a  foster home if one is available and suitable for the animal in question.

   
We do not provide a boarding service for pets whose owners are going on holiday

   
Two forms must be filled in and signed before the foster period starts.

1. Foster Request Form - so that the fostering arrangements are clearly understood. Any accompanying written details of the pet's daily routine, diet and any special needs are also helpful.
2. PFSS Authorisation Form - must be signed by the owner or other responsible person, because without this form our fosterers cannot request veterinary  treatment if needed.

     
The person requesting help is then asked to take responsibility for the local arrangements such as transporting the animal to the fosterer

We ask the owner to provide or pay for all food while their pet is in our care.  We also expect the  owner to pay for any veterinary treatment it may require but often this is not immediately possible. That is why our Hardship Fund is so important it enables us to pay for essential veterinary treatment on the spot so that no animal suffers whilst in our care.