found a new home!
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I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Montana, at just about 14 weeks old and 9 lbs (anticipated to be about 35 lbs when full grown), was facing the possible end of his life just as it was beginning. ...he was rescued just in the nick of time. This sweet and engaging German Shepherd/Beagle mix (an up and coming breed mix that's loved for their beauty, intelligence and engaging personalities) is starting out with great energy...the excellent results of his temperament-testing ended with a transport ticket to Colorado and a new life.
Montana is appropriately playful and inquisitive for his young age. He's so smart and very engaging...so typical of both if his breeds. He's also bright and very loving (loves to cuddle in your lap-but watch out..puppy energy may call).
Montana clearly has no memory of his scary early life. Since Montana is such a young puppy, he's a blank slate just waiting for a kind and patient human to show him the way. He has all the potential in the world to be an awesome companion. Montana will form firm bonds with his family (as well as other dogs and humans) and learn positive socialization skills through being exposed to many different situations out in the world. Puppy kindergarten and positive reinforcement group obedience classes will teach Montana the skills to be a great adult dog. It does take a bit of time and commitment...yet pays off a thousand times over when you have a dog that can accompany you in the outside world with appropriate behavior.
We're open to Montana finding his forever home with active retirees or a family (with gentle kids) who have lots of energy to train and enjoy a young dog. Montana is known to do very well with children (but has never been formally temperament tested) and other playful yet gentle dogs are very fun for Montana.
Montana is up to date on his vetting, but has yet to be neutered. We're hoping that he will be fixed in Texas, however a puppy like Montana is often deemed too young to fix. If this is the case, Farfel's will cover all costs for him to be neutered and micro chipped at our vet in Denver to be in line with our commitment to be a part of the solution to pet overpopulation.
Montana is snuggling in a Boulder foster home. If interested in this beautiful and very sweet best friend, please fill out an application at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/ and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 303-443-7711.