Pet of the week: Midnight

2014-02-15T00:00:00Z 2014-02-17T16:01:06Z Pet of the week: Midnight The Billings Gazette
February 15, 2014 12:00 am

Midnight, aka Mama Midnight, is a black, medium-sized standard Schnauzer mix available for adoption at Billings Animal Rescue Kare (BARK). She is about 14 months old and her vaccinations are current.

Midnight was about 10 months old when she arrived at the shelter with five newborn pups. Even though she was a young mom, she was an excellent mom. All of her pups have been re-homed, and it’s her turn to find a home where she will be loved and well cared for. She was badly hurt before she arrived at BARK. She had large strips of hair and skin removed in about 10 places on her body. Her wounds have healed and her hair has grown back and now that her mom chores are done, she is ready to find the one that loves her best. Midnight loves people despite of what someone did to her. She is good with children and most other dogs; she doesn’t have any cat experience.

Midnight is a high-energy girl and would do well in a home with an active family. She would enjoy hiking, running and camping. She is an athlete. She isn’t suited for apartment living, but would do well with city living, as long as she has a fenced yard to play in. She has basic manners and is ready for some higher education.

Many puppies, dogs, cats and older kittens in all sizes and colors looking for the right home can be found at BARK. Fourteen puppies will be available for adoption on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Some of the dogs available for adoption today include a Cocker Spaniel, a Chorkie, a baby Dachshund, a seven-month-old Cannan pup and several other healthy and happy canine critters. All BARK animal companions leave with a two-week health guarantee, all vaccinations and spaying/neutering is included.

To adopt Midnight for $125, contact BARK at 4017 First Ave. S., or 694-1107. Hours are noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and closed Monday.

BARK needs paper towels, bleach, wet cat food and dye-free cat food.

For more information, visit the organization’s Facebook page.

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