Meet the Susquehanna SPCA “Pet of the Week” – his name is “Jackson”. Each week on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 am on Classic Hits 103.1fm, Leslie Ann hosts Allison Hungerford, licensed Vet Tech at the Susquehanna SPCA, who tells us all about a special dog or cat at the shelter looking for its forever home.
This week we are going to feature Jackson, a 10-year-old male Chihuahua. Jackson is a very adorable senior guy who is looking for a forever home to retire in. This handsome pup prefers to be the center of his human's attention, so a quiet home without other animals or children would be best for him. Jackson is the ultimate treat hound; we haven't found something he won't eat, but he is currently on a diet because he takes his job as a treat connoisseur a little too seriously. Jackson's adoption fee has been waived in an effort to find his forever home as soon as possible.
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To meet Jackson or any of the other adoptable dogs and cats, give the SQSPCA a call at 607-547-8111 to schedule a time to visit for convenience, although walk-ins are welcome.
Many thanks to the "Pet of the Week" sponsor: Five Star Subaru, dog tested, dog-approved, located at 331 Chestnut St., Oneonta, NY.
Susquehanna SPCA Miracle Puppies
The Susquehanna SPCA helped to rescue a puppy mill female dog, a 6-year-old Siberian husky named "Candy" that was retired from breeding. Through an alliance with Furever Friends Dog Rescue of WNY, a nonprofit group in Ohio that saves retired dogs from puppy mills, the dog was being cared for at the Cooperstown shelter and being prepared for adoption. Part of that process is to spay the dog before adopting it out. A big surprise happened during the surgery - the very thin dog was found to be carrying inside her a litter of four puppies. Three of them were found to be still alive and were saved. What a miracle!
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