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In shelter Dog

Polson, MT, 59860
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Please contact Nancy ( for more information about this pet.
Meet Bug. Bug, short for Lovebug, as named by his foster mom, was adopted as a puppy and is sadly looking for a new home because his family decided that they didnt have time for a puppy. He is 8 months old and still a puppy. At about 40 pounds, he is a perfect medium size dog. He loves people but is high energy. He loves his toys and will share with everyone. He has learned how to stay in an outside dog run and will be grudgingly stay inside in a kennel but tends to whine if he sees people and cant be with them. Hes really potty trained and hasnt had a single accident inside or in his crate. He wants to be friends with every dog he sees but will chase cats as part of a game hes not malicious. When he touches them with his nose he wonders why theyre not chasing him back. He loves car rides and will settle down in the car quickly. Bug was hit by a car and had a broken leg that was repaired when he was only a couple of months old. His leg is healed and doesnt bother him one bit! If interested in making Bug a part of your family, please complete an online application on


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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