B.A.R.K. Billings Animal Rescue Kare
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|Volunteer program:||Yes||Low-cost spay & neuter:||No|
|Cats:||Yes||Small dog only:||No|
|Older dog only:||No||Volunteer program:||Yes|
“B.A.R.K. (Billings Animal Rescue Kare) is a private non-profit animal shelter serving Billings, Montana and surrounding areas. We opened our doors in January 2008. Our program is staffed by volunteers and dependent on fund-raising and donations to operate. Our mission is to promote responsible, lifetime care for the domestic animals with whom we share this planet through education and sheltering. We provide sanctuary and loving care to each pet taken into our shelter and they have a home with us for as long as it takes to find them a permanent home with the right person. The animals under our care receive regular veterinary care, daily exercise and attention, and gentle training to teach manners or overcome behavioral issues. Each adopted animal is current on vaccinations and spayed or neutered. ”
Best Shelter in Montana
This is where my mistress found me, after searching for a pomeranian. (I'm much better than a pom- triple the energy). I stayed and was loved and cared for here. My mistress said Tsuki (the old grump) came from the same type of shelter, but not nearly in the same class. I was switched between cages until I found the best room mate for me, whereas Tsuki was put with dogs who he didn't care for. Our cages were clean, and we had to stay inside where it was warm to avoid the blizzard outside. We didn't like this too much, although we were having a ball barking at each other. My mistress says this would be the only shelter she'd reccommend, if you want to know what dog you're getting. I was on a two week in home trial at first, which was nice, even if we both knew it would work out. While Tsuki was depressed and skinny at his shelter, I came out with a few more pounds and as happy and excited as Bugs Bunny.