Featured on Episode 15
Telling the story of an adoptable animal is common at animal shelters --- although it hasn't always been the case. On Episode 15, we detail what came before animal rescue organizations adopted adoption stories.
To help us explain, we read about each of these three adoptable pets:
Hello I'm Pogo a 4-year-old Hound Mix with with springs as legs and I just want to jump in your heart and snuggle up real close. I came in from a different shelter in 2013 and have since not had such good luck with finding my forever home.
I have tons of energy and needs someone who understands that I need lots of time and space to stretch my springs and get out my sillies.
I have some difficulty breathing due to some throat issues and even though I need to burn my sillies off I need to do it same timely increments so I do not loose my breath. My friends at the shelter and some of the awesome volunteers are trying to get me my medical work up for my throat so we can find out what it is and fix it so I can live a happy healthy life.
I have minor issues with sharing my food / toys however thanks to my loving family and friends at the Pennsylvania SPCA I am working to be more comfortable with my resources each and every day. I Love rope toys and balls and will trade them in exchange for a treat ;) !
Please come visit me today and see what all the jazz is about. Promise you wont be disappointed.
- Pogo (Awesome Resident at the Pennsylvania SPCA)
Pepper is a loving little dog looking for a new home. The six year old Australian Terrier is absolutely adorable and would love a home where she can get lots of love and attention. She is social with other dogs, and would love to have a little play mate.
Meet our gorgeous Bobby Dazzler!
This handsome boy is the class clown and is looking for active new owners with a good sense of humour and ideally experience of Dobermans. Bobby has had a sheltered life and will need some help whilst settling into his new home.
His new owners will need to be patient and sympathetic, and understand he will need time to settle into life in a house, as he was previously kept outside. He will need a chance to develop his confidence around other dogs and new owners will need to be prepared and experienced to put work in this area.
Bobby is a great dog and has become a firm favourite with staff members across the Home. He is sure to flourish in a home with new owners who are sensitive to his needs, and prepared to take on a big bundle of cheeky fun who will keep them smiling all day long.