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I recently just turned in a adoption application for a lab mix. I accidentally made a typo when typing in my mother's cell phone number, and the interviewer from the rescue e-mailed us that she could not understand what our references were saying when she called them. The references we listed are originally not from the U.S, so they have an accent when talking in English. I'm also afraid that the interviewer might not understand my mother either, since she also has an accent.
What do rescue interviewers usually ask during interviews? I have listed almost everything they need to know about what we plan on doing when we receive the puppy, our routines, the food he will be given, where he sleeps, etc. The basic concern here is communication, and will that reduce my chances of successfully adopting the puppy?
 

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I'm sure that if you are honest with the rescue group about the mishap and explain about your mother that it shouldn't be a problem. I've sensed they are really focusing on if you will make a good home for the puppy. And if they have a problem with your mother's accent, shame on them. Just give them another.
 

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Just reply to their e-mail and tell them about the typo. I'm sure it wouldn't be a problem.
 
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