Miss Nell is desperately looking for a foster or adoption home. She was adopted by an older gentleman who loved her and loved to feed her, unfortunately in excess, due to weight gain she became diabetic. The gentleman passed away and Nell has come back to TRACS. She is on a small amount of insulin 2 times a day. With exercise and controlled feeding she has a good chance of getting off the insulin. She is super sweet, loving, playful and young, under 6 years old. At 14 pounds she is an adorable cairn terrier. Please be her new family.Image may contain: dog
 
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Coming through Thompson Falls from Plains stay on Hwy 200 past the Rim Rock Lodge and cross the river, take a left on MT Hwy 471 ( also known as Prospect Creek Road), go south to the first right turn which is Mountain Meadow Lane and immediately make a left hand turn into the shelter property.

Coming from Trout Creek before you get to Thompson Falls (approx MM-50)stay on Hwy 200 just past the Tires Plus Tire Center and take a right on to MT Hwy 471 ( also known as Prospect Creek Road), go south to the first right turn which is Mountain Meadow Lane and immediately make a left hand turn into the shelter property.

Coming from Spokane or Coeur d'Alene (summer only) take I-90 east thru Idaho until you get to Exit 43 Kingston Exit, turn left for 22.5 miles (Pritchard) look for right turn to Thompson Falls via the Thompson Pass. Follow to the top of the Pass, you will enter Montana, stay on the highway for another 22 miles. Just before reaching Highway 200 look for a chain link fence on the left side of the road and a left turn "Mountain Meadow Lane", turn left onto Meadow Lane and immediately make a left hand turn into the shelter property. DO NOT USE YOUR GPS!! unless you like getting lost.

Coming from Spokane or Coeur d'Alene (winter ) Go through Sandpoint. stay on Hwy 200 and follow Trout Creek instructions above.