Meet this darling girl who is all wiggles!
Three-year-old Lexus is a female terrier/pit mix who was found in a backyard in Philadelphia. Once at the shelter, she began to dazzle staff and volunteers with her smile. Lexus walks well on a leash and once outside, enjoys exploring and romping around. continue reading »
Meet Bella, a young pitbull-terrier mix who has been waiting for her forever home for more than a year now at the Pennsylvania SPCA.
This gorgeous girl has been struggling in the kennels. With so much pent up energy and her mind not being utilized to its fullest capacity, she spins in her kennel at a rate and with stamina that is mind-boggling, as you can see in the video below. continue reading »
This goofy boy is Nathan (A16316822)!
Nathan is an adult terrier/shepherd mix who was brought to ACCT as a stray. Someone found him in an abandoned property in South Philly and brought him to the shelter.
Nathan is very unique looking. He is all white except for some brown markings above his left eye and his right ear. It is super cute! Nathan is a very playful, social guy who loves to be around his human friends. continue reading »
Hi my name is Shake Shake!
I ended up at ACCT because my family could no longer care for me. I am about 1 to 2 years old and am a terrier mix. I’m not one of those “jumpy” dogs, so I would be great for a family with children, and I really do like kids!
I really enjoy playing with toys and have lots of fun with other dogs. continue reading »
This adorably, chubby girl is named Florence (A16184105), Flo for short! Flo is a 5- to 6-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix who came to the shelter as a stray after being found wandering around Philadelphia all by her lonesome.
It appears as though she’s been living outdoors for some time, since she came to the shelter on the dirtier side, but does appear to have lived in a home not too long ago.
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Missy (A14345370) is a quiet 7- to 8-year-old chihuahua mix who came back to ACCT after being a bit snippy with her previous owner’s children — she just doesn’t want to constantly be picked up by children!
Missy does seem to have relaxed a bit since her quarantine has been up, and will even give tail wags and solicit attention. continue reading »
What a smile! Meet Brutus (A16048665), a handsome, 1- to 2-year-old white and brown pit bull terrier mix. He’s on the smaller size, weighing only about 34 lbs.
Brutus has a classic pit bull smile and wonderful big head. He was found as a stray and brought into ACCT by a nice police officer. continue reading »
There’s a star in the building! Meet Brad Pitt! He prefers to go by Brad (A15660404). Brad is a 1- to 2-year-old male Pit Bull Terrier mix, and he’s one handsome man.
Brad was found with fellow pen pal Brock living in an abandoned building several weeks ago. Brad’s putting his days of starring solo behind him and is looking to be cast in the role of canine companion to a wonderful family! He’d be glad to co-star with your current dog, too. continue reading »
Cutie alert! This adorable little girl is named Catina (A15916320)! She is a 1- to 2-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix who was found as a stray while wandering around a stranger’s backyard.
It’s surprising that no one has come looking for Catina, she’s a sweetheart. She weighs just 34 lbs. and is easy to handle on the leash. It may take her a minute to warm up to her human friends, but it doesn’t take long for her to realize how great new friends are (especially the ones with treats)! continue reading »
Meet Jackie (A15922320)! This sweetheart of a girl is a 1- to 2-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix who was found as a stray and brought to the shelter.
Don’t let the wounds on her face confuse you – she was not used for ill purposes, but instead has an allergy to fleas and couldn’t help but itch herself! Luckily, she’s been treated for fleas and is now on the mend.
Jackie loves attention and will gently climb into your lap where she could stay for hours if you’d let her! She also likes playtime, and while she could use some basic obedience training, it’s easy to remind her not to jump on people to play. Jackie didn’t show any issues with basic or advanced body handling (she thought it felt good) and showed no issues with food besides eating a quickly (she was hungry!). continue reading »