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 Lloyd in the video below! Colt and Slinky are available for adoption!


  
 Lloyd
Lloyd is an 8 year old Labrador Retriever Mix. He came to the PSPCA from a high intake shelter. Lloyd is the sweetest dog! He loves to be around other dogs his size, but he is not a fan of cats or small dogs. Lloyd suffers from Cushings disease as evident by his pot bellied appearance, but it can be treated with medications. Lloyd has a lot of love to offer his forever family!
 
  
 Mill - Adopted!!
Mill is a two year old Black Labrador Retriever Mix. Mill is the biggest love! He is sweet and handsome and cannot wait to find his forever family! Mill came to the PSPCA from another shelter. He has been there since December 21st. Come meet Mill today!
 
  
 Emmie - Adopted!!
Emmie is a three month old Pittie/Hound Mix. She was transferred to the PSPCA from a high intake shelter. She is wonderful, and will be in foster care until Sunday. Emmie and her brother Indie cannot wait to find their forever homes! Go Eagles!
 
  
 Haze - Adopted!!
Haze is a wonderful 4 year old Pittie Mix. He has three legs because his owner intentionally injured Haze. Despite his setbacks, Haze is forgiving and resilient and loves to cuddle! He is super sweet and would fit in a home with older children and calm dogs. Come meet Haze today!
 
  
 King-man - Adopted!!
King-man is a 4 year old Pomeranian Mix. He is a very sweet and loving dog. King-man is house trained and he knows a lot of commands. He is a great candidate for any home - including children, dogs, and cats! Stop by the PSPCA and meet your new best friend today!
 
  
 Dallas - Adopted!!
Dallas is a 7 year old female Border Collie Mix who was brought into the shelter by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. She loves everyone she meets, loves to sit in your lap, and will paw you if you stop petting her. Dallas is VERY smart! She knows all her commands and cannot wait to meet you!
 
  
 Cindy - Adopted!!
Cindy is a 3 year old Pittie Mix. She is the sweetest pup you will have ever met! Cindy is not a fan of cats, but she is a great candidate for a home with older teenagers. Cindy can't wait to meet you!
 
  
 Slinky
Slinky is a 6 year old Pit Bull. He was rescued from a filthy basement a few weeks ago by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. Slinky had a bad case of mange, his skin was so itchy it would bleed sometimes, and he was so hungry you could see his bones. Since his rescue, Slinky has been recovering well and is now ready to find his forever home! He has the sweetest personality and would love to meet you.
   
  
 Colt
Colt is a 2 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Colt enjoys a nice walk, but can also relax with the best of them. He likes to take naps in his den and is a big fan of peanut butter. Colt is a real charmer, with his big beautiful eyes and handsome face. He is hoping to charm his way into your life!
              

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.