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Puppies and dogs in Polson, Montana

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in Polson, Montana. To learn more about each adoptable dog, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.
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Luna

Border Collie

Female, Adult
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This gorgeous girl is very social. Luna is a playful, sweet, energetic gal. Her favorite game to play is fetch, and she has it down like no other! She can be a bit "ball crazy," but she has been incredibly good at walking away when prompted. Luna is very smart, and she has picked up some good manners! She is a very trainable dog. We have been told she has had some dog friends, but we would recommend a meet and greet with any potential dog siblings. We are unsure if she has met any cats, so a slow introduction is recommended. Luna loves to play the most and will do best in an environment that can keep her busy. She is all wiggles and love. Luna cannot wait to find her forever family to pick her up and give her all the love and play she deserves!Every animal adopted from the Humane Society of Northwest Montana has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and administered age-appropriate vaccinations.
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Nyx

Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Puppy
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This animal is currently waiting to be spayed/neutered. We are taking applications and appointments! Their spay/neuter is scheduled for 2/8/2024, and they will be ready to go home on 2/9/2024.
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Arthur

Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, Adult
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This animal is scheduled to have surgery on 2/21/2024 and may need extra care after. We will be taking appointments and applications prior to this date. Arthur will be having sialocele surgery. A sialocele is an accumulation of leaked saliva from the salivary gland that results in swelling. This surgery will remove the salivary gland to help this issue not to reoccur. This sweet boy is such a darling. Arthur is a playful, cuddly, adorable boy who cannot wait to be out of the shelter! He does have a sialocele (swollen pocket of saliva) on his neck, that he will be receiving surgery for on 2/21/2024. This doesn't slow him down! Arthur is a bouncy boy, but he does need a minute or two to warm up to new people. Once he does know you, he is all about giving hugs, and sometimes he needs to be reminded to keep four paws on the floor. He loves to play and run around in the yard with his favorite people. He has had dog friends in the past, but a meet and greet is recommended with any potential dog siblings to make sure they are the best match! We are unsure if he has met a cat, so a slow introduction is recommended. Because Arthur can be a bit timid with new faces, we do recommend his family has older children. Arthur's forever family will be very lucky to have this amazing dog!Every animal adopted from the Humane Society of Northwest Montana has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and administered age-appropriate vaccinations.
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Biscuit

Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, Adult
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This striking young man is a lively sweet boy. Biscuit is a gorgeous boy who loves to play. He has got energy to spare! Biscuit has learned how to put that energy into training, and he will greatly enjoy someone who can keep up with his work and teach him new things often. As much as he loves people, he has not quite learned how to control that excitement, and in turn, he will get along best with older children who can help him learn. He has been very interested in getting a dog playmate, but a meet and greet is recommended to ensure they are the best fit. We are unsure if he has met any cats, so a slow introduction is recommended. Biscuit is very ready for an adventure filled life with his new forever family. Every animal adopted from the Humane Society of Northwest Montana has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and administered age-appropriate vaccinations.
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Rodney

Bloodhound

Male, Adult
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
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Blakely

Dalmatian

Female, Young
KALISPELL, MT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
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Story
This animal is currently waiting to be spayed/neutered. We are taking applications and appointments! Their spay/neuter is scheduled for 2/21/2024, and they will be ready to go home on 2/22/2024.This cute lady is the life of the party! Blakely is a sweet energetic girl who loves people. She is very playful and would love a fenced yard to run around. Blakely does have quite a bit of energy and her perfect home will be able to give her lots of time outside exploring the world! She loves her people so much she can struggle being away from them. Blakely is working on her manners, and she seems to be getting better every day! She has been so excited to meet a dog friend that she hasn't been able to control her wiggles. We would recommend a meet and greet with any potential dog siblings to make sure they are the right fit. We are unsure how she acts around cats, so a slow introduction is recommended. Blakely would love some older kids to play with, but her excitement for the world may be too much for the smaller kids. She is working very hard to be the best dog ever, and she cannot wait to meet her forever family!Every animal adopted from the Humane Society of Northwest Montana has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and administered age-appropriate vaccinations.

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Life Savers Animal Rescue

P. O. Box 643, Polson, MT 59860

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All Hearts Rescue

41680 flathead view drive, polson, MT 59860

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Montana Lhasa Apso Purebred Rescue

32970 Finley Point Rd, Polson, MT 59860

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Greatful Rescuers of Wonderful Lives

40331 Mountain Vista Lane, Polson, MT 59860

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Mission Valley Animal Shelter

239 North Reservoir Road, Polson, MT 59860

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Montana Pittie Project Inc

PO BOX 690, Saint Ignatius, MT 59865

Pet Types: dogs

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Paws of Perseverance Bully Breed Rescue

KALISPELL, MT 59901

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Humane Society of Northwest Montana

100 Adopt A Pet Way, KALISPELL, MT 59901

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Flathead County Animal Shelter

225 Cemetery Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901

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Jelka Arnesen Elkhound Retirement Resort

15990 US Hwy 93, Arlee, MT 59821

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