Hi! I'm Montana!

  • Mixed Breed
  • 2 years old
  • Female

Weight (approx): 40 lbs 

Energy: Medium

Children: Good

Dogs: Good

Cats: Good

Health Notes:   This sweet girl came into care with her 6 young puppies. Now that she is done being a wonderful mom to her puppies she is ready to find her forever home. Since being with her foster home she has been spayed and microchipped and is up to date on her antiparasitics and vaccinations (DACPP, Bordatella and Rabies).

Notes From Foster Home: Montana is currently being fostered in a home with two adults and an adult dog.  She was previously fostered in a home with cats and did fine with them, although she does have a high prey drive with smaller animals such as birds and squirrels. Montana loves people of all kinds and gets excited to see new people.  She likes to greet them by jumping up on them to say hi so she's working on her manners with this.  Although she's been around children from 2-17 years old, an adopter would need to keep in mind that Montana does tend to forget her manners sometimes and jumps up.  Montana loves to run, play fetch, and wrestle with the resident dog.  These activities and 2, 30 minute walks per day, is keeping her stimulated enough that she doesn't need to find her own fun and accidentally ruin anything! Sometimes she'll move some shoes around when left home alone but she hasn't tried to eat any.  Maybe she just thinks they should be in a different spot?  Montana still has some puppy like behaviors such as nipping at your hands.  She doesn't bite down hard but more in a playful manner and will need to be reminded that behavior is to be saved for playing with other dogs, not human hands.  If you're looking for cuddle bug, Montana has no concept of personal space and will climb all over you to cuddle while you watch tv.

Ideal Home:  Montana's ideal family would be an active household. She would love an active owner who runs/hike or a family with kids/dogs to keep her busy. She would likely develop destructive behaviours if she does not get enough stimulation/exercise. 

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