Kerry is a member of the US Army who will be going to basic training from 10/4/2020 – 3/15/2021.  She is hoping to find a great foster for her dogs, Mia and Maggie, near their home in Mills, WY.

Mia is a 2 year old, 50 lbs, spayed female Australian Shepherd.  Mia is crate trained and working on her leash manners.  She is food motivated and smart.  Kerry is hoping to find a foster for Mia with no other dogs, kids, or cats, who would be willing to foster Mia and her sister Maggie together, as Mia becomes stressed and will howl without her big sister around.  Mia loves people, going for walks, runs, and hikes, and snuggling at home with Kerry’s daughter.  Both Mia and Maggie share a prescription for medication to treat generalized anxiety.

Maggie is a 4 year old, 60 lbs, spayed female Australian Shepherd.  Kerry has been with Maggie since day one – she was actually there the day Maggie was born.  Maggie is a puller on leash, but is crate trained and knows commands for sit, and sit pretty.  Mia and Maggie take a prescription for generalized anxiety.  They will need an active foster who is willing to give them structured exercise and who can give them a calm, patient, and loving environment.

FUR FACTS: Mia
10/3/2020– 3/15/2021 (6 months)
Currently in Mills, WY
Female, Spayed, 2 year old, 50 lbs Australian Shepherd

Children: No kids please
Other dogs: No other dogs, please!
Cats: No cats, please!
High Energy, leash training, crate trained,  UTD on vaccinations, flea/tick/heartworm preventative

FUR FACTS: Maggie
10/3/2020– 3/15/2021 (6 months)
Currently in Mills, WY
Female, Spayed, 4 year old, 60 lbs Australian Shepherd

Children: No kids please
Other dogs: No other dogs, please!
Cats: No cats, please!
High Energy, leash training, crate trained,  UTD on vaccinations, flea/tick/heartworm preventative

If you are interested in fostering wonderful pets like Mia and Maggie, please fill out a Foster Family Application. If you are interested and have already completed your Foster Application, please email info@pactforanimals.org and let us know!