Piazza Pet of the Week

The Piazza Pet of the Week was created over two years ago in efforts to help homeless cats and dogs find new homes. The Chris Stigall show on 1210-AM WPHT brings its listeners the latest Piazza Pet each Wednesday at 7:50am.  Chris and the PSPCA will tell you all about the lovable animals that visit the studio each week!

The Pennsylvania SPCA is an independent organization that is not a branch of any other humane society.  It was founded nearly 150 years ago and is the largest humane organization in Pennsylvania! We are glad to partner with them for this unique program.
Check out Beast in the video below! Colt is ready to be adopted!

Beast is an 8 year old Pittie Mix. He is house trained, knows all his commands, and very friendly. Beast likes others dogs and cats and can go into any home! He loves everyone he meets! Beast's dad had to surrender him because he is being deployed. Come meet this sweet dog today!
 Lerna - Adopted!!
Lerna is a sweet and friendly two year old Pittie Mix. She was brought in as a stray to the NEW PSPCA Lancaster Center, which will be open for adoptions this weekend!! Come meet Lerna at the Philly location and the other adoptable animals to find your forever friend!!
 Pepper - Adopted!!
Pepper is a 5 year old Labrador Retriever mix. She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Department earlier this year. Pepper loves meeting new people and loves her treats so much that she is now on a weight loss plan. Come meet Pepper today at the PSPCA!
Colt is a 2 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Colt loves peanut butter, going for walks, and taking naps. He is sweet and gentle and waiting to find his forever family! Colt is looking to charm his way into your life with his beautiful eyes and handsome face. Come meet him today!
 Sleepy - Adopted!!
Sleepy is an 8 year old white and grey Chihuahua mix. Sleepy is social and friendly and has been living with the PSPCA since July of this year. Sleepy would do best in a household with older children (5+). He was rescued with his siblings and they are all available for adoption.  
 Baby - Adopted!!
Baby is a 6 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. She is sweet and friendly and would best fit in a home with older children. Baby's adoption fee has been waived courtesy of Cameron Rupp! Baby was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team back in July. Come meet this pretty pittie!
 Big Boy - Adopted!!
Big Boy is a 6 year old Terrier Mix. He is on the smaller side (44 lbs), but has a great big personality! Big Boy loves to go running, snuggle, people watch, and play. He is already crate trained. Big Boy is one of the PSPCA's longest term residents and cannot wait to find his forever family! He is not a fan of cats, but would fit in a home with teenagers and up!
 Beauty - Adopted!!
Beauty is a 2 year old Pittie Mix. She is so sweet and friendly and waiting on her forever family! Beauty loves people and other dogs too! She can go into a home with children 5 years old and up. Beauty has many shelter friends, but what she really wants is a loving family to call her own.
 Taz - Adopted!!
Taz is the absolutely perfect dog! He's very gentle and very loving. Taz is a 9 year old Pittie Mix. He is great with children up to Seniors and he loves other animals too! Taz is house trained and ready to find his forever family! Taz has gone on pack walks and he enjoys the trees and creeks and people he meets! Come meet Taz today!
 Fiona - Adopted!!
Fiona is a 4 month old Selkirk Rex kitten. She is a sweet and playful grey calico. The Selkirk Rex breed emerged in England in the 1960s characterized by slender bodies, wavy fur, and large ears. Fiona is ready to find her forever family with you! Come meet her today!

Piazza Pet of the Week Update: Over 150 Pets Adopted!

Congratulations to all the Piazza Pets of the Week on finding new places to call home. Piazza Honda of Springfield hopes you get all the love you deserve. Also a "thank you" goes out to their new owners and everyone else involved in this great sponsorship.

The snapshots below represent only a handful of pets that found new homes through the Piazza Pet Program. To see more animals that were helped click here.