Hannah will be undergoing surgery at the beginning of February, and she and her family are desperate to find someone to care for their sweet 5 month old puppy, Willow.  Willow is currently with her family in Arvada, CO, and will need care from approximately 2/11/2019-4/28/2019.  This is such a difficult time for Hannah, her husband, and her children, so PACT is very hopeful that we’ll be able to secure a great home for this loving and energetic puppy for just 2 months!

Willow is a 5 month old shepard/border collie mix.  Willow is only about 30lbs and has been spayed and has all her required vaccinations.  She is crate trained and working on her leash manners, and knows commands for sit, paw, and come.  Willow’s family would really love it if her fosters would be able to continue to work with her on these commands and keep up her household rules as well.  Willow loves to chew on her toys, and she absolutely LOVES her squeaky ball.  She is socialized well with other dogs, but can be fearful of larger dogs due to a prior experience.  This is what Hannah has to say of her youngest baby: “Willow loves balls that squeak. She will literally walk, sit, or run, while, at the same time, squeaking the ball. She also loves to chew on the Moose antler we gave her. Sometimes, when we walk in to greet her, she gets so excited that she walks in circles, while holding the HUGE antler in her mouth. We love her. She LOVES people, LOVES to play, and LOVES to make best friends at the dog park.”

2/11/19 – 4/28/19 (2 months)
Currently in Arvada, CO

Female, Spayed, 5 months old, 30lbs Shepard/Border Collie mix

Children: Untested with young children, good with teens
Other dogs: Great with other dogs
Cats: Untested with cats
High Energy, house broken, leash trained, crate trained, obedient, UTD on vaccinations, flea/tick preventative

If you are interested in fostering wonderful pets like Willow, 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!