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I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Once upon a time, there was a family who had 4 dogs. Two males and two females. The family refused to get any of these dogs fixed, so the female dogs kept breeding. The family never kept the puppies...they ended up in shelters by themselves.
One day, a complaint went out about this family. An officer was able to take one of the female dogs to the shelter with all 11 puppies from both female dogs. For awhile the Mom dog was safe with her puppies. But the lady who owned the dog demanded her dog back. Since there are no current laws that state you must get your dog spayed and/or neutered, the Mom dog had to go back with the family and leave her 11 puppies behind.
Heart breaking as it was for the Mom to be taken away, the 11 puppies were safe.
The shelter called several rescues to help and we were honored to be one of them.
Montana was one of 11 puppies who lost her Mom at the early age of 7 weeks old.
Montana came into our rescue and was taken into foster care with her sister, Hannah. Together these two set out on an adventure to the Land of the Giants . The, so called Giants, are 2 black labs that are the foster Mom's rescued dogs named Madison and Shadow.
Madison and Shadow took Hannah and Montana under their wings and showed them things only dogs can show one another...the food bowls and the back yard.
Montana is a little spit-fire. She in curious and LOVES playing and cuddling like her sister Hannah. She is in the process of learning house breaking and coming along nicely.
Together Montana and Hannah had a great time running around in the fresh grass and sunshine playing and tumbling with each other while Madison and Shadow stood guard.
Montana is an 8 week old Lab/Shar Pei mix, 6 pounds, UTD on first series of puppy shots, micro chipped. She has the most beautiful grey eyes you ever seen.
If you are interested in meeting Montana, please send us an email about yourself. Your email is your application. firstname.lastname@example.org
MONTANA WILL BE READY FOR ADOPTION JULY 19, 2014