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My name is
Monty--Lower Fee!!!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 22 hours ago

Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Approve Application

3

Sign Adoption Contract

4

Pay Fee

My basic info

Breed
Golden Retriever/Chow Chow
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
Adult
Size
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18508376

My details

Alert icon Not good with kids
Alert icon Not good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Oh, my goodness!  How handsome can a boy dog be?  Meet Monty, a 5 ½ year old mix of Golden Retriever and Chow who weighs 70 pounds, much of which is his very long golden and cream-colored coat.  It’s not only beautiful; it’s so fluffy that you could almost lose yourself when you snuggle your face in his neck.  And if you want to see a happy dog, watch how he reacts when you brush him!  Monty is one of a kind!  He’s silly and sweet. He is a very strong boy on walks, so his adopter should be experienced with large dogs.  Monty would be his happiest in a calm household, and he loves being outside so a fenced in backyard would great! Good with cats, Monte doesn’t get along  with other dogs or children. (MT, 9/10/22)(revised 3/9/24)

 

 **It is rare that we know with certainty the ages or mixes that make up our dogs, but we do our best to be as accurate as possible based upon our experience. **

Adopotion and Transport Fee (if needed):  $250.00



May 18, 2024, 4:32 pm
Rescue
Crossing Paths Animal Rescue

Contact info

Pet ID
18508376
Contact
Phone
Address
Box 304, Locust Fork, AL 35097

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

4.

Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

We are not a shelter, our dogs are in a network of foster homes. We have transports of adopted dogs to Hagerstown, MD area and as far north as Hamilton, NJ (and points along the way) at least every 3 weeks.

Please see our website for adoption and transport fee info.
www.crossingpathsanimalrescue.org
If you are interested in any of our dogs, the first step is to submit the application found on our website.

List any dogs that interest you in order of preference. If you don't see anything right now, check back often as we update frequently.
When your application is approved, we will put you in touch with the dog's foster mom/dad who will answer any questions you may have and so that the foster may get a feel for your situation and determine if the dog will be a good fit for your particular household. If all that ends on a positive note, we'll finalize the adoption (process payment) and schedule the dog for transport, if needed.

If you are uncomfortable adopting a dog without a prior face-to-face meeting and you are in the PA/NJ area, we have adoption events several times per year at local pet stores in Newtown, PA or Lawrenceville, NJ for which we bring up 15-20 adoptable dogs. Watch our website for up coming events.

* PLEASE NOTE: We review the applications in order of receipt and many of our potential adopters who are otherwise qualified miss out on a dog that has stolen their hearts because the application came in later than others of equal merit. Here's my advice: file the application ASAP. Don't waste time sending an inquiry asking info on the dogs and if they are available. We , on the front lines, don't know each dog personally; what we do know is in the description we have provided . We will let you know if the dog is available or not upon receipt of your application and give you the opportunity to select another.

Adoption application

More about this rescue

Crossing Paths is a 501(c)3 animal rescue organization based in Locust Fork, Alabama.
Several times per week, Mary Ellen Tidwell, the President of Crossing Paths Animal Rescue, visits one of the many the high-kill facilities in Alabama and removes as many adoptable dogs as she can accommodate in her own kennels and foster homes. Dogs which are adopted by families in the Northeast are transported every two to three weeks to NJ/ MD and various locations in the Northeast.
When the transport leaves to bring the adopted dogs north, Mary Ellen returns to the high-kill facility to fill the vacancies left by the adopted dogs. What does this mean for you?
EVERY DOG THAT YOU ADOPT FROM CROSSING PATHS MEANS THAT YOU HAVE NOT ONLY SAVED YOUR DOG, BUT YOU HAVE PROVIDED ROOM SO THAT ANOTHER CAN BE RESCUED.