Give a temporary home
Dogs living in kennels have little contact with people. They revert to wildness and forget how to act in a home. Some never had one. Due to their unpredictable behavior it's difficult to find them a new owner. A temporary home gives them a chance to live normally. Many dogs undergo an amazing transformation after leaving a kennel - they turn from a depressed, downtrodden mutt to an enthusiastic and energetic companion. A temporary carer can assess the dog's character and determine whether the animal can live in a flat or share its living space with children or other pets.
By giving a dog a temporary home you:
Few people decide to become temporary dog carers. Many are afraid of forming a strong bond with the animal, which would make it difficult to part ways. It's important to understand that this would be selfish: you should always remember that it's better to help many dogs, rather than just one. It's true that the dog will get used to you very quickly, but it will also quickly get used to its permanent owner. Try to use the heartbreak of parting with your temporary pupil as fuel for helping other animals.