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  • Male
  • Labrador Retriever
  • 42438354
  • Dog
  • Montana arrived to the farm pretty scared and confused, but quickly learned that people aren’t half bad. Actually, he’s learned human companions are pretty great! Once he gets to know you he is extremely affectionate and loves to be loved on. Montana is a petite young lab around a year of age at 35 lbs. Like any young lab, he has plenty of energy and loves playing with his four-legged friends and chewing on his toys. He would certainly appreciate another more confident canine in his furever home to take the lead and play chase with. He already has all the makings of a wonderful family member, boasting excellent crate skills and house manners. Montana would still benefit from some formal training to help continue to build his confidence as loud, abrupt noises can still be a little scary. With just a little patience this boy quickly blossoms into a loving, wonderful companion and he is very much ready to show his new family what a good boy he can be! All puppies and dogs at Saving Grace are crate trained, have been spayed/neutered, are up to date on their vaccinations, are on heartworm preventative and have been microchipped. Their adoption fee is $350.00. Each has been carefully screened for disposition and temperament in order to provide your home with a safe companion that will enjoy life as your new family member. Our Adoption Form can be completed online Please visit our new website at An Adoption Form is required before setting up an appointment to meet with a potential adoptee or a foster home. Sending an Adoption Form does not commit you to an adoption, it simply provides us with background information on potential homes. If you'd like to donate to help cover the cost of care for these wonderful dogs awaiting new homes, please visit Saving Grace is a small, non-profit 501-C3 organization operated by volunteers only. Most of our animals come from rural animal control shelters where lack of space and resources limit their time and adoption possibilities. Thank you for choosing Saving Grace! We look forward to helping you find your new companion and family member.