We lost Magnum, our German Shorthaired Pointer, of 11 years. Mag was a superb hunter and member of our family. The cancer took him way too early. Shelby, Mags partner afield, and at home was a lonely girl. Magnum is in our hearts and thoughts every day.
The Heart of the Valley animal shelter gave us a call. A friend told us about a Black Lab that was turned in. The family had to go into a Senior home and her sister was already adopted. LuLu was 11, alone, and is a senior dog.
A quick visit to the center, and LuLu has moved in. Shelby has a friend, the hole Magnum left is partially filled, and we can care for an old girl that just wants to be loved. LuLu loves our Grandchild, a big yard, rolling in the snow, and has made herself to home.
I know some people think, adopting an old dog is just an opportunity for more heartbreak. Having a heart somehow seems more important.
I am still in the hunt for a bird hunting dog or pup but, LuLu will do in the interim. So far so good.
We just have another pup to enjoy along the way.
For more Montana Grant, find him loving his dogs at www.montanagrantfishing.com.
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 10.19.20
Yellowstone reduces fire danger to MODERATE
By Moosetrack Megan
Temporary road closure in Mammoth Hot Springs
MTSFW booth in Missoula this Friday, Oct 23
Magnificent moose easy meatball recipe
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 10.19.20
PRODUCE PLASTIC POTS!!!
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LEAD THE WAY!!!
Youth Deer Hunting Success and Winter Weather – Listen to Last Weeks Show 10/17/20
By Kamp Cook
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 10/17/20
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CARCASS DISPOSAL CRITICAL!!!
12 Year-old Bags a Very Nice Muley
Another Young Hunter Bags a Very Nice Buck
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13 year old Montana Archery Hunter Gets First Bull
Firefighters prepare for fall prescribed burning on the Lolo National Forest
Yellowstone seeks comments on winter use adaptive management adjustments
DOJ CHARGES MORE THAN 14,200 DEFENDANTS WITH FIREARMS-RELATED CRIMES IN FY20
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Wow – What a First Deer
Attention sportsmen! Join the Captain and crew for Hunters’ Breakfast