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 Layla in the video below!

  
 Layla
Layla is a wonderful dog! She is a two year old Pittie Chinese Sharpei Mix. She loves to be around people of all ages and other dogs too. Layla was pulled from city shelter and would love to find her forever family as soon as possible! Stop by the PSPCA and see if Layla is the dog for you!
 
  
 Metteo
Metteo is a 1 year old Chihuahua Mix. He is very sweet, loving, playful, and perfect for any home. Metteo cannot wait to find his forever family! He was surrendered to the PSPCA along with 32 other Chihuahua dogs and puppies because their owner could no longer care for them. Hurry in to the PSPCA to meet Metteo!
 
  
 Jingles - Adopted!!
Jingles is a sweetheart. She is blind in both eyes, because she was found in poor sanitary conditions and did not receive proper veterinary care. Jingles was rescued along with 118 other cats, but she was the only one who needed both eyes removed. Even without her sight, her spirit is incredible! Jingles loves to be around people and she will head butt everyone she meets. Jingles is a special cat and she deserves a loving and patient home.
 
  
 Lulu - Adopted!!
Lulu is a seven year old smooth Collie Mix. She is a darling! Lulu was rescued from cruelty and is now ready to find her forever home. Lulu loves treats, walks, being groomed, and relaxing. She likes children of all ages and other dogs too. Stop by the PSPCA today to meet her!
 
  
 Sandy - Adopted!!
Sandy is the most wonderful dog! He was rescued from cruelty and is ready for his forever home. Sandy is sensitive, smart, well-behaved, and curious. He can go into homes with children ages 5 and up. Sandy cannot wait to meet you!
 
  
 Little Foot - Adopted!!
Little Foot is a two year old Pittie Mix. She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team in the beginning of October. Little Foot is the sweetest girl and she can go into any home! She was found extremely underweight and with a traumatic leg injury. Unfortunately her back leg needed to be amputated. Little Foot is resilient though! She has recovered and is in search of the most loving and patient home.
 
  
 Pup Pup - Adopted!!
Pup Pup is a four year old Pittie Mix. She loves kids and would best fit in a home with children ages six and up. Pup Pup is nervous in her kennel, but once outside she loves to run around and sit in your lap too. Pup Pup's former owners neglected her and she has suffered from chronic ear infections the last few years. As a result, she will require an expensive surgery. The PSPCA is raising the money now so that Pup Pup's family doesn't have to take on the financial burden. Come meet her today!
 
  
 Vernon - Adopted!!
Vernon is a two year old Chihuahua Mix. Vernon was pulled from another shelter to the PSPCA. He is ready to find his forever family. Vernon is sweet, snuggly, and doesn't mind to be picked up. He is a great candidate for homes with children of all ages. Meet him 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.

  
  
 
 

        
 
     
 
      

 
 
  
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