Piazza Pet of the Week

Are you looking for a way to give back?  Why not share your home with an animal in need! Piazza Honda of Pottstown is doing their part by sponsoring the Piazza Pet of the Week! Tune into 1210-AM WPHT at 7:50am Wednesday mornings and listen to the Chris Stigall show. Chris and the PSPCA will tell you about a special cat or dog that needs a place to call home.

The PSPCA is Pennsylvania's largest and most comprehensive humane organization. They are an independent organization headquartered in Philadelphia where it was founded nearly 150 years ago. For more information on animal adoption please visit their website!

Be sure to watch the video below to see Lexi Grey! Colt is still available for adoption!

 Lexi Grey
Lexi Grey is a 1 year old Pittie Mix. She was left outside of the PSPCA in early October. Lexi Grey had minor ear infections at the time of her arrival, but has recovered well and is now looking for her forever home! LG has the best behavior rating in the shelter, though she can be pushy with other dogs. Come meet her today!
 Yola - Adopted!!
Yola is an adult female Pittie Mix. She has the sweetest personality and even sweeter disposition. Yola was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Department. She is more than ready to find her forever home with you! Yola loves people of all ages and she just wants someone to call her own.
 Tyson - Adopted!!
Tyson is an 8 year old Mastiff Mix. He was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. Tyson loves meeting new people. He is playful for an older gentleman, and would do best in almost any home! Tyson is also social with other dogs too!
 Guinness - Adopted!!
Guinness is a 5 year-old Chocolate Lab. He was recently surrendered to the PSPCA when his owner could no longer take care of him. Guinness would do best in a home with children ages 6 and up due to his energy level. Guinness is lovable and ready to find his forever family!
 Beast - Adopted!!
Beast is an 8 year old male Pittie Mix. Beast was surrendered to the Danville shelter because his owner is being deployed. Beast is house trained, very friendly, and can go into any home. Beast likes other dogs and cats too. Beast would love to find a forever family soon!
 Lerna - Adopted!!
Lerna is a 2 year old Pittie Mix. She was brought in as a stray to the new PSPCA Lancaster Center. The new adoption center will be open this coming weekend! Come meet all the adoptable animals and potentially find your forever friend!
 Pepper - Adopted!!
Pepper is a 5 year old Labrador Retriever who was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Department earlier this year. Pepper has become a volunteer favorite in the shelter and everyone just loves her. She would be perfect in any home - except those with cats. Pepper is so much a shelter favorite that she is now on a weight loss plan from treat overload! This sweetheart is just waiting on you!
Colt is a 2 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Colt is a real charmer! He is the biggest fan of peanut butter, loves going for walks, and can relax with the best of them. You can meet Colt at the shelter anytime. Colt would love to find his forever family as soon as possible!
 Sleepy - Adopted!!
Sleepy is an 8 year old white and grey Chihuahua mix. He is friendly and social and loves to be picked up! Sleepy and his siblings were all rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Department back in July. Sleepy would best fit in a home with older children. He has also lived with many dogs in his lifetime! Come meet Sleepy!
 Baby - Adopted!!
Baby is the most precious pocket pittie! She is a 6 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix and just 34 lbs. Baby was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team back in July and is now available for adoption! She is sweet and social and ready to find her forever home! Baby's adoption fee was covered by Cameron Rupp. This Ruppy Puppy cannot wait to meet you!

 Piazza Pet of the Week Update: Over 150 Animals Adopted!

Piazza Honda of Pottstown is grateful to be a part of a program that has placed over 150 animals into permanent homes.  We could not have accomplished this without the help and support of animal lovers across the Philadelphia and Pottstown area!

The images below represent only some of the pets that were featured on the Chris Stigall show as a Piazza Pet and have found new homes. To check out a few stories from Piazza Pet adopters, please visit the Piazza Pet Page.