Dogs available at York County SPCA

For details on pets available for adoption, call the York County SPCA at (717) 764-6109, e-mail msmith@ycspca.org or visit the shelter at 3159 Susquehanna Trail North, (Manchester Township) York, PA. To fill out an adoption application, visit www.ycspca.org and click on “adopt a friend,” which will take you to a link for the application. Pets adopted from the SPCA are spayed or neutered and receive necessary vaccinations as part of the adoption fee.

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Baer is a really pretty little girl. She is a young chow chow,/Labrador retriever mix who gets along with kids and other dogs. She’s used to living indoors and is housebroken. Baer is also already spayed. Her owner is getting
married and has no time for her anymore! Do you have time for this beautiful
girl? Her ID# is 54078.

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Check out this cool chocolate Lab. He behaved very nicely for his photo
session, and did a perfect sit. He was picked up as a stray in
Newberry Township. He’s estimated to be between 1 and 5 years old. His ID# is 53936.

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Take a look at this handsome shepherd mix. He came in to the shelter as a
stray. It’s hard to believe nobody is missing him! He’s estimated to
be between 1 and 5 years old. He’s waiting for the perfect new family to adopt
him! His ID# is 53902.

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This beautiful adult pit bull terrier mix was found as a stray in York. She seems like such a nice girl, it’s hard to believe nobody came looking for her. Can you provide her with a new loving home? Her ID# is 53969.

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Doesn’t Midas look like a sweet dog? He’s is a young
golden retriever mix who gets along with kids and is house-trained. Midas was surrendered by his owner because he didn’t get along with the other dogs. He would
love a new family to play with and love. His ID# is 53972.

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This shy guy was found as a stray in York. He’s a little skittish
right now, but he promises he’ll warm up to you if you take him home. He is
just the cutest pit bull terrier! His ID# is 54036.

54009Chubbs.jpg Chubbs is an awesome Labrador retriever that hopefully won’t be at the
shelter long. He’s one of those dogs you can just look at and know he’s a great dog. Chubbs even sat in his kennel patiently when shelter workers went to
get him out for his pictures. He’s estimated to be older than 6
years old, so he is considered a senior dog, but you wouldn’t know it. Chubbs’ previous owner turned him in to the shelter, saying they just didn’t have enough time for him. Chubbs is neutered, house-trained and
good with kids and other dogs. He would be the perfect new addition to
your family! His ID# is 54009.

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Joshua is a very sweet adult beagle/hound mix. He was being very adorable
during the photo session, as you can see. Joshua is looking for his forever home
and would love to have you visit him and play. His ID# is 53635.

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Lady’s owners turned her in because they could no longer take care of her.
Lady didn’t do anything to deserve this! Her age is estimated to be
between 1 and 5 years old, and she is a beautiful pit bull terrier mix. Lady
is house-trained and gets along with other dogs. Won’t you give her the love
and care she deserves? Her ID# is 53977.

53933Buddy.jpg Buddy was returned to the shelter because he was a little too much for
his owners to handle. He is a 2-year-old Rottweiler who gets along with other dogs and is house-trained. He tried to chase some outside cats at his previous home, so he should probably go to a home with no cats. Buddy has a happy-go-lucky attitude and would love to find a home that will work with him a little bit. His ID# is 53933.

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4 Responses to Dogs available at York County SPCA

  1. Rose says:

    53936.
    I am interested in this dog. If still available please contact me.
    Thank you

  2. Rose says:

    53936.
    I am interested in this lab. If still available please contact me at 717 524 8746.
    Thank you

  3. Ken says:

    How old do you have to be to work there?

  4. Rose Hayes says:

    I’m not sure; you’d need to contact the SPCA directly at msmith@ycspca.org to find out.

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