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[Picture] 12/5/2017   [17-015]   Blaine
Labrador X,  black with white,  Male neutered,  6 Mo  
OWNER TURN IN: This is Blaine. He was found as a stray in Chinook around the end of August 2017. He was estimated to be around 6-8 weeks old at the time, so that makes him about 6 months old now? He was adopted into a home, but is now back at PAWS looking for his forever home. We're sorry, but the latest pictures of Blaine aren't great - but he's just as adorable as he ever was - just a little bigger! He's a playful, friendly pup and will need a home with lots of love, activity, and guidance as all puppies need. If you are interested in adopting Blaine or coming down to meet him, please contact us.
[Picture] 11/24/2017   [17-014]   Sadie
Australian Shepherd/Rottweiler X,  black/brown with white,  Female spayed,  Young Adult  
This sweet girl was found as a stray near the Harlem airport. She is medium size, seems very gentle, and the person who took her in said she is good with cats. We aren't sure of her breed, but the vet thinks maybe Australian Shepherd / rottweiler. Whatever she is, she's a great dog and she has a wonderful smile! Sadie is so gentle and loving - she'll make an awesome companion for some lucky person or family. She loves playing with toys. If you are interested in adding her to your family, please contact us. Update: A new video of Sadie - She's adorable!! See: Video
[Picture] 10/8/2017   [17-013]   Luna
Siberian Husky,  white with gray/black,  Female spayed,  Young Adult  
OWNER TURN IN: Luna is approximately 3 years old, spayed, and current on vaccinations. She gets along very well with dogs and I think cats as well. Luna is very sweet with a gentle nature, and is good with kids. She has extreme separation anxiety and is also able to escape virtually any enclosure. Luna is a loving companion and needs an owner who is with her constantly and has the patience and experience to work through her anxiety. If you are interested in adopting Luna, please Email us, or call Bonnie at 406-357-2776 for more information on this stunning girl.
[Picture] 8/28/2017   [17-010]   Sira
Labrador Retriever X,  black,  Female spayed,  Young Adult  
Meet Sira. She was a stray and is estimated to be around 3 years old. She was a bit shy and unsure at first, but once she figures out you're okay, she is very sweet and loving. One of the volunteers reports that Sira is a real sweetheart and gives her hugs when she comes to the kennels. Sira has also sat in people's laps before, too. :) Sira needs a chance to blossom in a home where she's secure and well loved. Sira weighed ~43 pounds at her spay appointment, and could use a few more pounds. She does have the kennel/barrier aggression thing going on, and barks at other dogs when she's in her kennel. But, she's gone on walks with other dogs, and has been fine with that. We aren't sure of her mix, but she's a pretty little girl. She's young and energetic, so an active situation would be best. Sira needs a person or family all her own to love and be loved. If you are interested in adopting Sira, please contact us.
[Picture] 10/8/2016   [16-010]   Copper
Treeing Walker Coonhound X,  white with red,  Male neutered,  Young Adult  
OWNER TURN IN: Meet Copper! Although we're not totally sure of his breed, we think he's a walker hound mix. He's a great looking, nice dog. Copper needs a person who is willing to love him and work with him. He would make a wonderful companion with any type of training, and he is receptive to learning. He loves to fetch and needs a person to play with and love! He would do best in an active home, but not one with livestock. He's a nice dog. If you'd like to add him to your family, please contact us.
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