Rehoming in Montana

Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership

If you're faced with rehoming your pet, use these resources to help you find the solution that works best for you. And don't forget to reach out to others in the community to find someone who would happily care for your pet. Retirement communities, schools, daycares and local shelters are all options.

Attention Montana Educators!

Are you an elementary educator in Missoula, Lake or Flathead County? Do you want some fun, easy resources to bring the ideas of responsible pet ownership and invasive species prevention to the classroom? Take advantage of our free classroom packet focused on Don’t Let it Loose.

Click on the button below to learn more about the packet and to view included materials.

State resources

For a directory of all Montana shelters and adoption centers, visit Montana Pets on the Net.

If you have a reptile, amphibian, or an unusual pet you can often get assistance from one of the following:

Dave Pauli, Humane Society Program Manager Wildlife Conflict Resolution 406-698-1167 (email preferred) 

Montana Reptile Rescue 
1701 5th St NW Great Falls MT  59404 

Montana Invasive Species Info

If you see something unusual in a pet product or in the wild, please consider contacting the Montana invasive species hotline at 406-444-2440.

Learn more from MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks about what you can do to prevent the spread of invasive species in Montana.