Don't you wish you could take them all home? We at the shelter feel the
same way. Many of you have asked how you could help more animals find a
home when realistically you cannot take another. For this reason, we
created the Pickapet program. There are many ways you can help an
animal find a home without adopting it yourself. If you are able to
sponsor a pet in any of the following ways, please respond in the space
provided. Your support may be all
that is needed to send this pet to a happy new home.
1. Would you like to donate all or part of a pet's adoption fee?
2. Would you donate the spay/neuter fee for one of the shelter pets? Some
individuals have already committed to a monthly spay/neuter donation.
Credit to the individual or organization sponsoring the pet will be listed on
our webpage and resident sheets which are posted to a large viewing audience.
To participate, simply view all the pets and email or call us with the name
or impound number of the pet you would like to sponsor. Be sure and
tell us how you would like the credit to read.
For ex: Spay donated in loving memory of "Tiffany" by Bill and Susie
Jones of Dillon.
For ex: Spay donated by Bill and Susie of Dillon.
For ex: Spay donated by a Dillon couple.
We will even email you when the pet is adopted and let you know a little
about the new home the pet went to, or you may watch our
"Adoptions/Reunion" page every day where we feature pictures and follow
3.Print a copy of the Resident Dog and Resident Cat sheets off the
webpage and hang it in your place of work or business or on your
favorite bulletin board. Change it weekly to keep it current. Remove previous
4.Donations of cat litter, dog and cat toys, dog treats and chew bones,
name brand kitten and puppy food, copy paper,and aluminum cans are always
needed and greatly appreciated. We also can use new or good quality used
crates of varying sizes suitable for air cargo shipping to accommodate
our increase in long distance adoptions thanks to the Internet.
If you would like to become a Pickapet Sponsor to a Shelter pet or
communicate any other information about the Pickapet program,
please call the shelter at (406) 683-8119 or send an E-Mail to the
Pickapet Program Co-Ordinator at