Montana came into my life in the beginning of September 2005. I found him on Petfinder.com while I was searching for a companion for my GSD, Bailey. I hadn't thought about getting a Siberian Husky but his picture really captured me.
I knew nothing about Sibes and should have done my research about the breed. No one ever told me anything about them. In fact I didn't know anyone that had a Sibe. The last part of August we went to see Montana at Onyx Husky Rescue in Grand Rapids, MI. The moment I laid eyes on him I was in love. He was the most beautiful dog I had ever seen. I would do anything to be able to adopt him. After they checked our references we were told that they would bring him to our house to check things out. Montana and Bailey got along great. Basically ignoring each other. While Louane (owner of Onyx Husky Rescue) and I were talking, Montana decided he would leave me a present in the house. Yes, a nice big pile of poop. The funny thing is, where ever we moved he had to christen the house with his poop. That would be the only time he would poop in the house.
Louane thought that we would be a great fit for Montana and she left him there with us. I was so happy. Montana was really mine. He brought me many years of happiness. He only broke my heart one time and that is when he died. I am hoping this blog will help me deal with the grief of losing him. I have so many memories of him.