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My name is Rita!

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 55 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
50317531

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Rita is a friendly young lady hoping for a chance at a loving furever family. If you would like to meet Rita, please bring your family and any other dogs in your home for a meet at the shelter prior to adoption.
Rita is a friendly young lady hoping for a chance at a loving furever family. If you would like to meet Rita, please bring your family and any other dogs in your home for a meet at the shelter prior to adoption.
Shelter

Brandywine Valley SPCA - New Castle

Contact info
Pet ID
50317531
Contact
Address
New Castle, DE 19720

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Search our available adoptables at the location nearest you. Stop into the shelter and meet the animals you’re interested in Complete an Adoption Application Meet with one of our Adoption Counselors Head home with your new furry friend What to bring: A current driver’s license (you must be over 18 years of age to adopt), adoption fee, handling items (e.g. leash/collar, carrier; also available for purchase at the shelter)
Search our available adoptables at the location nearest you. Stop into the shelter and meet the animals you’re interested in Complete an Adoption Application Meet with one of our Adoption Counselors Head home with your new furry friend What to bring: A current driver’s license (you must be over 18 years of age to adopt), adoption fee, handling items (e.g. leash/collar, carrier; also available for purchase at the shelter)

Go meet their pets

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm

More about this shelter

Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA is the first open admission shelter in Pennsylvania to achieve No Kill status and serves as the only open admission shelter in both Chester and Delaware Counties. In 2015, the BVSPCA opened its first Animal Health Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania, making veterinary care more accessible to local residents. In 2016, the BVSPCA took on a five-year contract with the Delaware Office of Animal Welfare to provide state-wide animal services, and expanded its reach further into the tri-state area by opening both a second shelter and a second Animal Health Center in New Castle County, Delaware. Shortly after, a PetSmart Everyday Adoption Center was opened in Dover, Delaware. Its mission is to put the “human” back in humane animal treatment and to advocate on their behalf. Each year, the BVSPCA cares for more than 10,000 stray, owner-surrendered, wayward owned, and abused and neglected animals.
Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA is the first open admission shelter in Pennsylvania to achieve No Kill status and serves as the only open admission shelter in both Chester and Delaware Counties. In 2015, the BVSPCA opened its first Animal Health Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania, making veterinary care more accessible to local residents. In 2016, the BVSPCA took on a five-year contract with the Delaware Office of Animal Welfare to provide state-wide animal services, and expanded its reach further into the tri-state area by opening both a second shelter and a second Animal Health Center in New Castle County, Delaware. Shortly after, a PetSmart Everyday Adoption Center was opened in Dover, Delaware. Its mission is to put the “human” back in humane animal treatment and to advocate on their behalf. Each year, the BVSPCA cares for more than 10,000 stray, owner-surrendered, wayward owned, and abused and neglected animals.