Remember Skye, the gorgeous blue-eyed Husky pup at the Shelby County Animal Shelter? Dream 4 Pets has pulled her from the shelter to save her from euthanasia, and have found temporary housing for her. However, Skye is in need of a foster home for 4 to 6 weeks until her intended rescue organization is able to take her. (They are currently full.)
Skye is a typical Husky pup, and typical puppy--she's very full of energy! Here's what Dream 4 Pets had to say about her: "This Husky (mix) girl has a typical Husky and PUPPY demeanor...HIGH energy and no manners (although she may be crate trained), and quite the talker/howler - but she is beautiful and loves people when she's relaxed! She needs a play buddy to reduce her energy level, play toys, and some basic behavior training. She is beautiful but needs a temporary home with someone willing to help work with her for a 1 month commitment. If you have the time and patience and energy to help this girl until she can go to her "rescue group" please let me know. We do have a foster application that helps us learn about you and your home environment, it is attached OR check out the fostering page on our website."
The foster application is at:
And Dream 4 Pets' foster page is at:
http://www.dream4pets.org/Fostering.htmllike to learn all about fostering pets!
If you are interested in fostering Skye, please contact Dream 4 Pets at petsRRpassion@gmail.com !
While we're on the subject of fostering, I'd like to mention that Dream 4 Pets is sponsoring FREE Foster Training (Level 1) TOMORROW (May 12th) at 7:00 p.m. at the Tipp City Library. Reservations are required, so hurry and e-mail petsRRpassion@gmail.com if you'd