Our goal when we place a dog in a foster home is to not have to move the dog again until it is adopted. However, we also do not want to keep a dog in a sitution that just isn’t working. So, if things are not going well, we first see if we can do anything to solve the situation to make it work. This can include consulting with a trainer, giving access to limited doggie daycare, etc. If it just is not working, we start looking for another foster home immediately. If the sitution is urgent, we will place the dog in boarding until we can find a foster home, but this is a last resort and something we try to avoid.