Pet of the Week: Flower from Monty’s House

Pet of the Week: Flower from Monty’s House

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – Flower, a 2-year-old Treeing Walker Coonhound, is out there for adoption from Monty’s House.

A part of their sixtieth group of canines in Pender County, Flower is up-to-date on her vaccinations and heartworm therapy, spayed and is home skilled.

These all for adopting Flower will obtain a crate, leash, every week’s value of meals and a coaching DVD in the event that they undertake her.

As of this time, Flower is being skilled by way of the Monty’s House Pawsitive Companions Jail Program, the place she’s going to full seven weeks of coaching in fundamental obedience and family manners. She is predicted to graduate from this system on Feb. 23.

For extra details about the Pawsitive Companions Jail Program, please go to the Monty’s House web site.

These wishing to satisfy Flower can achieve this at a meet and greet scheduled to happen Jan. 22 from 1 to three p.m. at Monty’s House Animal Lovers Thrift Store at 401 Hwy 117 S.

These all for adopting Flower can achieve this by filling out an utility on the Monty’s House web site. people also can name Monty’s House at (732) 693-8462.

Pet of the Week: Flower from Monty’s House
Flower, a 2-year-old Treeing Walker Coonhound, is out there for adoption from Monty’s House.(Monty’s House)

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