This handsome fella with striking blue eyes is Snowflake. He is a long-haired Flamepoint who is approximately 3 years old. This friendly feline has previously lived in a home along with 4 other cats. He was brought him to the shelter because the other older cats were bullies to Snowflake. He has been quite friendly with all people and other cats since arriving in the Salmon Animal Shelter communal cat room. If you’re interested in learning more about Snowflake, you can contact the shelter, which is operated by the Lemhi County Humane Society, at (208)756-4100.
This happy boy is Ace. He is a 1-year-old Lab mix. Ace is an active boy who needs an energetic forever pal. His ideal match would be a home with teenagers, where he can be the only dog in the family. Ace is especially fond of car rides and swimming. If he sounds like he could be the perfect canine for you family, Ace is available for adoption via the Bitter Root Humane Association. They can be reached at (406) 363-5311. An adoption application can be found on the shelter’s website, or by clicking here.
This handsome guy is Ironman. He is an American Bully believed to be between one and two years old. This sweet boy loves people, and gets along well with dogs that don’t challenge him. He needs a forever home that doesn’t include cats. Ironman is a curious, athletic canine with lots of energy and, as a result, needs a strong person in his life who can care for and train him. If you’re interested in meeting Ironman, he is available for adoption through All Hearts Rescue in Polson. The rescue can be reached via their Facebook page or by calling (406) 212-7544.
This cutie is Shep! He is believed to be approximately 12-14 weeks old, and looks to be mostly a cattle dog arrangement, but might have some husky in his family tree. This friendly cuddle machine loves kisses! Though young, Shep is a smart, athletic puppy who is waiting for a family he can call his own to teach him some skills! If you think Shep might be the perfect addition to your family, he is available for adoption through Pintler Pets in Anaconda. They ask that you fill out an adoption application and return it to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
This sweet baby is Loki. He is a domestic short hair/mix who is looking for a forever family to call his own. He is approximately 2 months old, and it’s unknown whether or not he is house trained at this point. If you’re interested in meeting Loki, he is available for adoption via Missoula Animal Control. The shelter can be reached at (406)541-7387.
This handsome guy is Leo. He is a grey and white American Staffordshire/Pit Bull mix who is believed to be about 5 years old. Leo loves toys and getting loves. He needs a human to call his own. He knows basic commands, such as sit. He is a gentleman, even around kids, and is friendly with other dogs. He does need a slow introduction. Leo needs a forever home without cats, as he is way too interested in them and may hurt them. Leo is high heartworm positive and will need to go through fast kill treatment, which will be paid for by the Montana Pittie Project. If you’re interested in making Leo a part of your family, he is available for adoption through the Montana Pittie Project, and an adoption application can be found at https://airtable.com/shrLIni4ezFku10iS.
This is Toby. He has been described as “a delightful gentleman”. He’s been known to give people a little sniff before he commences with snuggles. After that, however, it’s all love all the time. It’s not known if he gets along with dogs or other cats, but he does do ok with older kids. If Toby sounds like he could fit into your family, he is available for adoption via AniMeals. They can be reached at (406)721-4710. You can begin the process by filling out an adoption application.
This beautiful boy is Bruiser. He is believed to be approximately 5 years old and weigh approximately 125 pounds. Bruiser’s ideal forever home includes some land where he can put his guardian instincts to use. Having spent his early years on a ranch, Bruiser is comfortable with lots of other animals, including cats. He loves his people, loves affection and likes to stay close by. Bruiser can be protective of his space and proper introductions are very important to him. This sweet fella has had basic training and is just waiting for his BFF to find him. If Bruiser sounds the perfect addition for your family, he is available for adoption he is available for adoption through Great Pyrenees Rescue, Montana. The rescue can be reached at (406)370-3308, but they request that you fill out an adoption application to start the process.
This cutie is Falcon. He is believed to be Boxer/Shepard mix who is approximately 8 months old now and will likely be a medium sized dog fully grown. Falcon is very friendly, and does great with other dogs. He is looking for a forever family who can show him love and teach him things as he grows. If Falcon sounds like he’d be a good fit for your family, he is available for adoption though the Thompson River Animal Care Shelter. TRACS can be reached at (406) 827-8722. An adoption application is also available on their website.
This sweet boy is Boomer. He is a larger mixed breed dog believed to be approximately 5 years old. This sweet, sensitive boy loves cuddling with his people and relaxing on his bed. His favorite treats include cured Italian meats and cheeses, and his activity of choice is playing in the sprinkler during his morning walks. Boomer is a shy guy, who might take a bit to warm up at first, but once he’s your pal, he’ll never want to leave your side! His ideal forever home is a mature, low traffic one, as kids and strangers can be a little overwhelming for him. Boomer did not grow up meeting a lot of dogs, but he has recently had some polite sniffs with dogs while on walks. Based on those experiences, it’s believed that he may be able to live with another dog if they are respectful of his boundaries. If Boomer sounds like he could be the perfect canine for your family, he is available for adoption via The Humane Society of Western Montana. They can be reached at (406) 549-3934. You can begin the process by filling out a Pets & People Profile.