I definitely feel bad for the dog, but I also feel bad for the fosters! I can't imagine being kept up all night by a barking dog. That really can't be a good environment for anyone to be in.
I'm not sure of all the details....I've been playing phone tag witht he director and emailing so things are coming piecemeal. I think she's been at the foster about a month or so? Not 100% though.
No crate doesn't really give the dog structure. A lot of dogs need a safe place to go and be kept (not to mention a way to keep a new dog out of trouble!). She could really need the crate to keep the anxiety in check.
J, mom to:
- Elsa - BrightStar Rescue - "Da Pookins"
- "The Beast From The East"