To enter your pet on the Montana Pets on the Net Memorial Page, follow these steps.
For cats and dogs, apparently Montana’s the place to be. According to the Banfield State of Pet Health Report for 2013, Montana holds the top spot for average lifespan. Cats live an average of 14.3 years, dogs 12.4. But before you pack a bag for Bella or Max—names Banfield found to be the most common—geography isn’t the only factor that influences a pet’s longevity. The Banfield report looked at genetics, preventive care, breed type, size and whether or not an animal is spayed or neutered. Still, you can’t blame a pet for wanting to be a spayed Chihuahua named Bella who gets regular dental care in Helena.
Few things in life bring more pain than losing a beloved pet for those who love animals the way we do. For this reason, we at Montana Pets on the Net decided to create a memorial page on our website in order to give our viewers a place to share their pets pictures and stories with others. We invite you to memorialize your pet on our webpage in exchange for a $10 donation to the humane society or animal shelter of your choice. This site currently receives between 2600 and 3100 viewers a week! What better way to keep your pets memory alive than by sharing your pictures and stories with people all over the world?
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We also list our pets on Montana Pets on the Net at this website -- You can visit other Montana shelters from this website, as well as fromPetfinder.Mention Montana Pets on the Net in the Comment Field of the order form, and they will earn a $3.00 donation for each book purchased. To place an order, .If you did not find what you were hoping for on the Purebred/Small Dog page, and would like us to help you, simply email your request to the webmaster at or use the Form provided below. To the best of our ability, we will email you each time a Montana pet matching your request becomes available until you find what you want. This free service is provided by the webmasters at Montana Pets on the Net in hopes of promoting adoptions from Montana shelters, humane societies, and private rescuers across the state. Each shelter has their own adoption criteria so no adoption is final until you have been notified as such by the shelter you applied to adopt from.We at Montana Pets on the Net do not patronize stores that sell live dogs and cats. We prefer to patronize stores that feature shelter pets only such as Petco or PetsMart.