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Sweet Timber was dumped. We've since learned that he probably came from an abusive home. Amazingly, he is still the sweetest thing ever! He gets along with dogs, cats, and children. However, he trembles at sudden movements and is skittish around people. Nevertheless, it's obvious that he desperately craves TLC and wants to feel safe. Timber would do best in a quiet, gentle, loving family without rambunctious little children. He may get along with a submissive female dog. We believe he would also like a feline housemate. Timber is between one- and two-years-old and would appreciate an experienced and responsible owner.
Bonkers was found wandering near the highway between Pablo and Polson, MT. Sadly, we suspect this sweet one-year old boy was dumped. Bonkers is very friendly and has huge potential but would benefit from an experienced owner who can devote time and attention to teaching him about life and relationships. Even though Bonkers may get along with another dog, and he enjoys casual short-lived meetings other dogs, we would prefer to find him a home without other dogs. He does well with children, but he will kiss them and want to play with them incessantly, so toddlers might be a bit overwhelmed by his attention and affection. Bonkers would thrive with a family that would take him on hikes, runs, swimming adventures, and other outdoor escapades on a regular and frequent basis. He adores water.
Stella is a very special 4-5 year-old lady, rescued off the streets of St. Ignatius. She spent most of her life homeless, trying to survive, and being a doting mother. Stella shows us what resiliency looks like on the Reservation. She gets along with all dogs, cats, and people, but she is extremely shy and needs a very special, loving home.
Boggs came to ARC with a badly broken leg after getting hit by a car. Community members tracked him for days while he limped around Arlee and with the help of ARC, were able to capture Boggs and get him vet care. Unfortunately, due to the severity of his injury, Boggs lost his front leg. However, he has maintained a heart of gold has since been adopted by an incredible family. His new dog sibling is helping him feel happy and safe as he adjusts to the changes in his life.
Connor is a fabulous heeler who can play fetch all day. He's been adopted and is settling into his new home.
Ten-week-old sweet puppy, Karina is one of eight sibling females. She has since been adopted by a loving family.
Ten-week-old sweet puppy, Olena is one of eight sibling females. She has found her forever family.
Ten-week-old sweet puppy, Marichka is one of eight sibling females now in her forever home.
Ten-week-old sweet puppy, Yulia is one of eight sibling females. She is now living the good life with her loving family.
Ten-week-old sweet puppy, Oksana is one of eight sibling females that ARC helped find forever homes for.
Jeff is 3-year-old delight and a kind soul. He loves other dogs is completely housebroken and good around horses. He may chase birds and goats, but does not hurt them. He is athletic, and loves water. Jeff heels to his person better than most dogs. He has begun his new life with a wonderful family in Northern Montana.
Amazing Shiva is a victim of breed discrimination. She needs a new home because the owner of an RV park will not let dogs of her breed on his property. She has lived with a cat and another dog. She is a minnie pittie, andall muscle. She loved people.
Amazing Shiva was rehomed by ARC after the owner of the RV park where she had lived all her life decided not to let dogs of her breed on his property. Shiva's mother was faced with the heartbreak of having to give her much loved dog away. She is a minnie pittie, and all muscle. Shiva now lives with a new family and a new dog sibling.
Cho and Henry.
Charlie was picked up as a stray in Polson. He was visibly undernourished underneath all the fluff, having been neglected and living largely on the street for a while. He had a pretty hard life, but despite all of his hardships, he turned our a big, sweet teddy bear. He found a beautiful home with a very loving couple who own land near Whitefish, and we are so thrilled he will have the spoiled life he deserves!
Noah was apparently abandoned in Arlee by owners who were not interested in bringing him home. He was sad and depressed when initially picked up. He was quickly adopted by an amazing friend of ours who immediately fell in love with his sweet, gentle, Buddha nature. He now lives with two canine girlfriends and is much, much happier.
Jack's home burned down, and as a result he became homeless, spending more than three months living out of a car and couch surfing. This was a stressful time, and his owner decided he needed to make a sacrifice to give Jack something better. Jack was adopted to a loving home in May 2022 and will have many adventures living at the gates to Glacier National Park.
Fuzz had been a regular on the streets of Pablo in the heart of the Reservation for several years, until we rescued him. We were alerted to his situation when a good Samaritan sent us a video of an injured dog with a bad limp trying to navigate the streets. We were able to capture Fuzz and get him to the vet. Fuzz was sent to a foster home, where the family quickly fell in love with him, and he has remained there happily ever since!
Penny the survivor embodies the resiliency and loving spirit that makes reservation dogs so special. She was found hunkered down at the Ravalli dump in sub-zero weather after most likely being abandoned. Despite wounds from a severely imbedded collar and the trauma of many winter nights alone in the elements, sweet Penny proved to be the most gentle, cuddly girl. Within 24 hours, the family who rescued her from the dump had fallen in love and welcomed Penny home.
Theo was found on the side of the road near Pablo after being hit by a car. He suffered a badly broken leg that required an extensive surgery and long recovery. Through it all, Theo remained a bouncy, happy-go-lucky goofball. He has been adopted by a loving family in Superior, MT.
Jackson came to ARC after being found wandering the streets. His previous owner had lost her home and was no longer able to care for him. It was only a matter of time before this sweet, gentle, boy was hit while wandering the highway. Jackson was fostered and adopted by a wonderful couple in Whitefish, MT.
Moselle is a very special girl who was rescued in Arlee after being neglected, starved, and hit by a car. Her rescue family nursed her back to health, but then they moved to Texas and could not take her along. Moselle quickly found an amazing home in Whitefish and is much loved.
Sweet Peanut the puppy was rescued in Ronan after suffering a horrific injury. He was found on a dark night having sustained a pelvic fracture and broken limb. He was unable to move the back of his body and was crying in pain. He recovered with the help of a dedicated vet team, community donations, and a loving foster family that turned into a forever family.
Frankie was one of four siblings rescued out of a creek where they had been dumped in St. Ignatius in late October. Frankie recovered quickly, got neutered, and found an amazing home where he will be much loved.
Pumpkin was one of four siblings rescued out of a creek where they had been dumped in St. Ignatius in late October. Pumpkin recovered quickly, got neutered, and found an amazing home where he will be much loved.
Black Jack was one of four siblings rescued out of a creek where they had been dumped in St. Ignatius in late October. Black Jack recovered quickly, got neutered, and found an amazing home where he will be much loved.
Shy Autumn was rescued off the streets of St. Ignatius and was adopted to a wonderful loving home in Helena, MT. This gentle girl will have an amazing life with her new family of kids and adopted canine siblings.
Spooks was one of four siblings rescued out of a creek where they had been dumped in St. Ignatius in late October. When he came to us, he had lice and an infection. Spooks recovered quickly, got neutered, and found an amazing home where he will be much loved.
Franny was ARC's very first success story. She has grown up homeless on the streets of St. Ignatius, dodging traffic, until she was hit by a car and suffered a severe broken femur. Somehow, through the pain, she managed to heal on her own on the streets and survive. We captured her and placed her with an incredible, loving, and very lucky family in Whitefish, MT. We'll never forget this sweetheart: our very first adoption!
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