Abandoned Montana Puppy Finds Happy Ending With Forever Home
If you look around at whatever Montana town you live in, you will notice a large number of dogs. People here absolutely love their pets and will do almost anything for each and every one of them.
Montana has some really wonderful animal shelters full of loving pets looking for their new fur-ever home. Some of these pets have been dropped off for personal reasons, some have been an unexpected litter, and some have been abandoned.
For one little guy at Heart Of The Valley Animal Shelter, his abandonment was a blessing for one special family.
Meet Dingo. A "Heinz 57" (no clue what his breeds are) that will soon undergo doggy DNA testing to discover what his uniqueness is.
Dingo was found on a trail outside of Bozeman and came to Heart Of The Valley weighing just under two pounds. His little nails were overgrown, he was all alone, and he was ready to be snuggled up with his fur-ever family.
After getting all his much-needed medical help, Dingo's little ears and fun-loving personality won over all the staff at the shelter. In fact, before leaving with his new family, the entire shelter had to say their goodbyes and get one last Dingo snuggle in.
Dingo recently went to Petsmart to pick out a new stuffie and he was like a celebrity walking down the red carpet. He was actually stopped by an older gentleman who said:
Well now I have seen the cutest puppy in Bozeman
Not gonna lie, he was definitely accurate with that comment.
Dingo has made new friends (here he is with his lady friend Max) and continues to make them everywhere he goes. I mean with fuzzy ears like his, who wouldn't want to be his new bestie?
Dingo has now joined his new family where he is completely spoiled with new toys, treats, daily walks, and unconditional love. Now weighing a little over 7 pounds, Dingo is healthy and happy, and his new family is over the moon in love with him.