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Dog fostering advice

Hi everyone! I submitted an application to foster dogs this week and just found out this morning that I should be getting a litter of PUPS! I have two dogs of my own that I've raised since they were pups, but this is my first time fostering or having multiple pups at one time. Any advice? I know the foster supplies most the stuff they need but what should I buy to be prepared? I was thinking of taking the rug out of my living room and putting a play pen in there? I am SO excited and would love to hear of anyone else's experience with fostering!TIA
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Have a quiet, clean place. Be prepared with lots of blankets/towels. Depending on the age of the pups start early on potty training outside. It can be hard, but worth it to start getting them ready. Also keep them on a schedule. They will need eating time, play time, lots of sleep. As far as food wet down dry food with warm water. And if they are older puppies - almost 3 months I advise starting crate training as well.
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