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Rescue Me ID: 15-08-29-00358Bennie (male)

Cairn Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Bennie is an adorable little guy that came to us when his owner passed away. Bennie is about 7-8 months old and weighs around 12 lbs, we think he is either a scottie mix or perhaps a cairn terrier mix. He has some of the largest, most expressive ears that we have seen! Bennie is a goof ball, and loves to bounce around and play. He needs to go to a home that finds amusement in having a talkative dog that doesn't shy away from letting his feelings be known. If you are looking for a quiet little guy this is not the pup for you, but if you are looking to laugh and have a conversation with your new fur pal Bennie is waiting to be your new best ... (Read More)friend! If you are interested in adoption please fill out an application at www.pet-tracs.com, the application is located in the adoption center menu under the forms option. You can also contact us via email at shelter@pet-tracs.com or phone at 406-827-8722. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Thompson River Animal Care Shelter
Sanders County Thompson Falls, MT MAP IT!

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406-827-8722

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Rescue Me ID: 15-08-04-00671Snyder (male)

Cairn Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Snyder is a small cairn terrier or possibly shih-tzu mix that came to us from the Tri-cities area of Washington. Snyder is looking for a very special home with just one or two adults that can devote the time and attention to him that he desires. Snyder has shown signs of being possessive of the person that he considers 'his' and WILL nip to keep others away from his person. He does give a warning growl but is NOT bluffing. It IS hard to take him seriously though, as he is a tiny 8-10 lbs and has such an adorable face! The way to Snyder's heart is through walks and he loves anybody if they have a leash in their hand. Snyder needs to go to a ... (Read More)home that understands his needs and can keep him out of situations where he may get himself into trouble. Despite the negatives this 5-6 year old boy can be incredibly sweet, goofy and lovable. And with a knowledgeable and patient home he should flourish and bring great joy. If you are interested in this boy please email us at shelter@pet-tracs.com (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Thompson River Animal Care Shelter
Sanders County Thompson Falls, MT MAP IT!

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406-827-8722

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Cairn in Montana
    Cairn Dogs can make good pets in Montana if they match your IifestyIe. The Cairn Terrier is a shaggy, spunky little dog with tons of energy and personality. The indefatigable Cairn is full of energy and is very lovable. Cairns love to dig, chase, and bark. Cairns are very active and need plenty of exercise but adapt well to apartment life. Cairns like to do tricks and are very trainable. Cairns are wonderful with children. A Cairn can be very territorial and should be watched for a tendency to take on much larger dogs if it feels threatened.

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lnteresting Cairn Trivia Low-Cost Montana Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Cairns have been around since at least 1500. Cairns are named after piles of stones used for land markers in Scotland. Cairns were used to hunt small animals living among the rocks. Cairns barely shed.

Related pages:

Cairn Rescue

Montana Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Musselshell County - Roundup, MT 59072
Rimrock Humane Society 406-323-3687

Hill County - Havre, Montana 59501
Kitty Keepers of Havre 406-262-2279

Ravalli County - Corvallis, Montana 59828
Fox Hollow Animal Project 406-273-6007

Lake County - Polson 59860
Mission Valley Animal Shelter 406-883-5312

Flathead County - Whitefish, Montana 59937
Flathead Spay Neuter Task Force 406-892-7387

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or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
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