Our female Blue Healer has in my opinion, Farts that could be used as a weapon of mass destruction. We live in the south, and we keep telling our female dog that she is to fluff, not fart, but they are toxic.
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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, firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the shelter directly.
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, email@example.com and we’ll put you in touch with their foster parents.
“I’m only good when I’m sleeping” -Remus
I’m remus and I’m only 11 weeks old. My favorite activities include peeing on my mom’s bed, eating chinchilla poop, and hay. I’m a bad boy! 🙁
Frieda, my heeler mix, eats everything. Including doors.