If you remember, last week we featured a group of 7 (Seven!!!) puppies. Great news! They were all adopted. What great news! I inquired with Jill, the amazing woman helping with these puppies, and she mentioned that Rose, the mom to the puppies was still looking for a home. Here’s what Jill said:
Mama dog Dot (aka Rose) is still at the shelter. She was at a kill shelter in Merced, CA with her 7 puppies and was flown to Montana by Dog is My Co-Pilot. Her puppies have all been adopted but she is still at the shelter. She is a sweet snuggly girl who is spayed and ready to be adopted at the Humane Society of Western Montana.
So if any of you would love to give Rose a second chance, please don’t hesitate to contact me, email@example.com or contact the shelter directly.
Meet Drover, he is our current foster dog. He is a VERY tall 30kg – 35kg Siberian Husky. He lives near Curran City in New South Wales, Australia! He’s available through Arctic Breed Rescue.
He was badly abused by his previous owners, it took him 2 hours to even come up and sniff us when we first met. He has gotten much better and is quite the snuggle bum, however he is still very weary of strangers, but once you have his trust he will take advantage of it. This photo was taken at our ANZAC Day BBQ, he made a new friend, Poor Aaron had numb legs in the first 20mins, but let him sleep on his lap for nearly 2 hours.
Drover is up for adoption as well as many other arctic breeds. For more information about Drover, click here.
We came home to a fish tank with no lid, spilled water everywhere and no fish. The beta had lived over two years.
Fozzy is a labrador-retriever mix from Raytown, MO. He’s being fostered through Reno Ranch Rescue. He’s just as sweet as he can be and ready for his forever family now. His $150 adoption fee includes his puppy shots, wormers, preventatives, rabies vax, neuter and microchip along with all his going home necessities – harness, blanket, treats and toys. If you’d like more information about Fozzy, please click here.
Maddox the brindle pug came to rescue after a tragic hit-and-run accident that crushed his pelvis and caused a head injury resulting in the loss of one eye. Surgery and lots of love saved his life and given him back his flirtatious vibe. Maddox is 1 to 2 years old from Jemison, AL. He’s being adopted through the Alabama Pug Rescue and Adoption. He is working hard on being 100% crate-trained and housebroken. All pickup lines aside, Maddox might prove to be your one true love! If you’d like more information about Maddox, click here.
“I have three legs, two different color eyes, and I’m an oversized lap dog. Yet I am NOT ashamed. I am a proud boy looking for a great new home near DC”
Pierce, a blue merle and white Catahoula Leopard Dog mix,from Washington, DC. He is approximately 2 years old and is being adopted through Rural Dog Rescue. We think Pierce was born with 3 legs as we see no sign of injury and he was an owner surrender at a high kill shelter so we can’t imagine anyone spending that kind of money on a pet and then dumping them in a shelter. But don’t let this 3-legged dog fool you – he can run and play with the best of them. He loves all other dogs except Corgis for some reason… He loves everyone he meets and has such a great personality. He is an excellent addition to anyone’s home!
Caption: My name is Ginger. I am a foster dog with happy tail. My foster mom lined my crate with foam ($30-$40 worth of foam) so it would heal. I destroyed it as soon as her back was turned so I still have happy tail.
Ginger is a 3 year old Mastiff with Great Lakes Mastiff Rescue being fostered in Chicago, Il. Unfortunately, we were not able to heal her happy tail so she had to have her tail docked. Ginger is a lovable, small Mastiff only weighing in at 110 lbs. Though small in stauture, she’s big on love. She wants nothing more than to be right next to you at all times. She’s recently started agility training and is doing fabulously. Ginger has high anxiety and OCD so needs to be on daily dosages of clomicalm which helps her greatly. Even with the calming meds, she still continues to be a counter-surfer extraordinaire but no longer needs to steal all the toilet paper in the house for which all the humans are very happy. If you’re interested in finding out more about Ginger, please click here.
This nice bed you bought for us? It was DELICIOUS!
Leo, Nigel, Cami, Grey, Red, Blue, and Green are from Western Montana and are ready for forever homes today! They are available through the Humane Society of Western Montana. Their mother, Rose, was found as a very skinny stray and taken to a kill shelter in CA. The puppies were born in the shelter prior to Dog Is My Co-Pilot flying them up here to Missoula. They have been in my home for the last 6 weeks. Mom is a heeler/lab, the father is possibly a Rottweiler. They are playful, cute, and well socialized with other dogs and kids. They return to the Humane Society of Western Montana tomorrow and will be spayed/neutered and ready for homes next week. These puppies are beyond adorable! If you’d like more information on a specific dog, please contact us, firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you in touch with their foster parents.