Montana the border collie/heeler mix is ready for adoption - Tucson News Now

Montana the Border Collie-Heeler mix

Montana (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography) Montana (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Montana is a one-year-old Border Collie-Heeler mix who has been at PACC for the past three weeks. 

He is leash trained, loyal and very intelligent. He knows several tricks such as sit, shake and more.  He is friendly with his kennel mate, but PACC officials recommend a pet introduction first by possible adopters. He would also do well with someone with a large, secure yard, as he has been known to jump fences. 

Montana is available for adoption for only the $15 license fee. This includes a free vet visit, up-to-date vaccinations, neutering and a microchip. 

Stop by the Pima Animal Care Center and check out this amazing pup.  PACC is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. 

Last week's pet Lynn has been adopted.  Now let's find Montana his forever home!

For more great pictures of Montana, visit the Ted Hewitt Photography Facebook page.

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