Piazza Pet of the Week

  Along with collaboration from the PSPCA and 1210 WPHT-AM, Piazza Acura of Reading and the Piazza Auto Group are proud to sponsor the Piazza Pet of the Week! The Chris Stigall Show features an adorable cat or dog waiting to be adopted on Wednesday mornings at 7:50am.

  The current adoptable animals are brought to you by the Pennsylvania SPCA. The PSPCA is an independent organization and is not a branch of any other
  humane society. It was founded nearly 150 years ago and they are the largest and most comprehensive humane society in Pennsylvania. They are
  dedicated to improving the lives of animals through their core programs such as the Piazza Pet of the Week.


Check out Bridget in the video below!

Bridget is a one year old Pittie Lab Mix. She is very sweet, likes other dogs, and is approved for a home with children of all ages! Bridget was found as a stray, and sadly, her owner was located and did not take her back. Let's help Bridget find the most deserving forever family!
 Parallax - Adopted!!
Parallax is an 8 month old Pittie Puppy. She was pulled from the city shelter to the PSPCA. When she arrived, Parallax was emaciated and had a severe stomach bloat from being fed too much food. Parallax is so very sweet and even more so shy. She will need a loving and patient home to help her overcome her shyness. Are you the one?!
 Sparrow - Adopted!!
Sparrow is super sweet, silly, and shy. He is a four month old Hound Mix. Sparrow was pulled to the PSPCA from another shelter. He loves car rides, meeting people, and sitting in your lap. Sparrow cannot wait to meet you!
Marina is a nine year old Pittie. She is a sweet and social senior pup. Marina would love to spend her years in luxury - a cozy place to lay her head and a person to snuggle with. Marina was found as a stray in Philadelphia. She is a great candidate for homes with children and even other dogs. Stop by the PSPCA to meet her.
Layla is a 2 year old Pittie Chinese Sharpei Mix. Layla is a great dog! She loves everyone she meets! Layla is a fan of people of all ages and she likes other dogs too. She was pulled from the city shelter to find her forever family soon!
 Metteo - Adopted!!
Metteo is a 1 year old Chihuahua Mix. He was surrendered to the PSPCA because his owner could no longer care for him. Metteo was brought in with 32 other Chihuahua dogs - all from the same residence. Metteo is very sweet, playful, and a great candidate for any home! Come meet him today!
 Jingles - Adopted!!
Jingles is so very sweet! She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team along with 118 other cats. The cats were kept in poor sanitary conditions and not provided proper veterinary care. Due to neglect, Jingles lost both of her eyes. Even though she can no longer see, her spirit is remarkable! Jingles will head but everyone she meets and likes to be around people. Come meet this special cat today!
 Lulu - Adopted!!
Lulu is a seven year old smooth Collie Mix. Lulu loves children of all ages and other dogs too. She is the perfect candidate for any home! Lulu is partial to walks, treats, grooming, and relaxing. She will make you laugh and be your best pal. Stop by the PSPCA to meet this darling girl!
 Sandy - Adopted!!
Sandy is a wonderful dog! His soulful eyes and adorable face are hard to resist. He is smart, sensitive, well-behaved, and curious. Sandy was rescued from cruelty and is ready to find his forever home. Sandy is a great candidate for children ages five and older. His steady pace and energy level is perfect for adults of all ages too!

Piazza Pet Adoption Update

We want to mention how grateful we are to the PSPCA, WPHT Talk Radio and the families who have stepped up and provided our Piazza Pets with new homes!  We can't thank you enough for all the support you have given our program since its inception over two years ago.  We wouldn't have had the success of placing over a hundred and fifty animals without you!!

The photos below are just some of the pets that have been adopted through the Pet of the Week program. Please click here for more information about the former Piazza Pets.