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Greta

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
My name is Greta....and I was a former resident of the SPCA a few years ago...I was adopted and due to a change in living situation I was brought back to the shelter. I am very affectionate with people and the staff says my fur is silky soft!!! I am not a big fan of other dogs or cats. I do love to play in the snow and I like to run around in our outdoor play yard and in the doggy play arena...I chase around the toys and have a good old time!! If you are looking for an affectionate dog to be your one and only then I am the girl for you!
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Tulip

Mastiff Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Young
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Not good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
My name is Tulip and I am almost 4 years old and I arrived at the shelter from the local dog control officer as I was found as a stray and no-one claimed me. Tulip is a beautiful dog...but she is also a unique and complex dog....as she likes to pick and choose her people and she has some trust issues with strangers. No fast movements, no busy households and no kids for this gal. But, she does well with other dogs and is very playful with them. She likes toys....especially her stuffed alligator toys and anything green! She is very loyal and sweet to the staff that she has bonded with. When she is comfortable with you, and she trusts and bonds with you, then she is a fantastic dog. She is a dog that would require repeated meet and greets with the potential adopter.
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Bocephus

Hound (Unknown Type) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
My name is Bocephus (Bo) and I am about 3 years old. I am very house trained and I know how to ring a bell on the door to let you know I need to go outside. I am very loving and roll on my back for belly rubs and I am a happy go lucky guy. I would do best in a home without kids as I have been known to resource guard my bones and some toys. I had originally come from a bad neglect case of starvation - so feed me by myself and that may explain why I sometimes resource guard my busy bone. I absolutely love toys....as where I came from I was deprived of all the fun and normal stuff a dog should experience - so I am living life now! I can also jump VERY high and run very fast...so a fenced in yard would be required for me to run around and play in. I recently went home on foster with 2 wonderful people who saw my potential. We enjoyed walks and I was eager to meet new people during our outings. I even enjoyed greeting the contractors that were in and out of the home. But unfortunately due to one of them having allergies they had to return me to the shelter after just a week. I then was adopted...again...and I scaled the fence and got loose....so back to the shelter I went. Believe it or not, I did get adopted for a short period and I was very naughty and was taking my new owners shoes, pillows and their personal items and I wasn't very nice when they tried to correct my behavior and I nipped at them. I am the kind of dog...if you give me an inch...I will take a foot and then get into trouble. I have been a very good boy at the shelter and I listen to the staff that care for me and I am very well behaved for them. I need a home where lines are clearly drawn in the sand for me and give me a routine and structure and I can be a great dog!!! And by the way I ride wonderfully in a car and enjoy traveling. I also need a home without cats but I do like to play with other dogs here at the shelter...BUT it might be a problem living another dog, as I like all my toys to myself. Please email or call the shelter if you think I would be a good fit in your home.from THE DOG WALKER's PATH..."Bo", who I refer to as Bodacious rather than Bocephus, captured my heart immediately. The intense stare of his eyes filled me with hopefulness and love. Then, as I neared the door to his room, he began to spring about amazingly high. It's like he can't contain his joy in welcoming a visitor! This greeting was a bit overwhelming at first, but upon entry, he calms down to a mere wiggling of his entire body that warms your heart. I believe that upon transfer to his own home and the open surroundings there, he will become accustomed to your company and the "Tigger-like springing will be undone, but the pure joy will remain.Bo is an easy walker on the leash. He moves along with you, sniffing to read the travel there. When I take him into the play yard and release him, he zooms around the perimeter as if he is riding the wind. A few trips around and he immediately does his "business." He is a very clean dog, waiting to be outdoors, if timely, to do so. At his own home he wouldn't have to wait for multiple dogs to be walked first and would easily become fully trained on your schedule. Upon completion of his needs, does he return to his speed-of-light transit? NO! Instead, he stands and patiently waits for pets and pampering. He loves to be hugged and fussed over. Scratch his neck, rub his belly, or merely embrace him, and he's the happiest dog in the world.I often revisit him in his room after all dogs are walked for a little extra visit time. He never is protective of his food dishes or his chewy bone toys. He is always friendly, calm, and caring. Just a very happy boy.Given time to get to know you and realize you love him, Bo would make a loyal and fun companion. If you have a fenced in yard, that would be heaven for him so he can do his Forrest Gump impression ("Run, Forrest, Run!") He will show his happiness in your bringing him into your life and snuggle loyally at your side.
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Wolf

Rottweiler Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Not good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
For a big boy...I can move...you should see me run and pounce around the dog arena chasing a tennis ball. I am a challenged dog, I can become possessive of people and sometimes toys....and my food. I would be a project dog for who ever adopts me...I do like to receive attention...but if you stop giving me attention I pout.
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Lester

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
My name is Lester - I am about 2 1/2 years old and I am one good looking dog - I have very light colored and gentle eyes...and I love people!!! I am not a huge fan of other animals....so no home with cats or dogs for me!!! But I am great with people....and super friendly! Breed experience needed. I love to play outside and I really love my toys...and I am a big snuggler with my human friends at the shelter.
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Daisy

American Bulldog American Staffordshire Terrier

Female, Adult
Belmont, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
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The SPCA Serving Allegany County

5440 State Route 19, P.O. Box 181, Belmont, NY 14813

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Southern Tier Animal Rescue Inc

4604 Steenrod Rd, Friendship, NY 14739

Pet Types: dogs

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Sanctuary for Unwanted and Neglected Animals (S.U.N.A.)

North Rt. 305, Cuba & Silver Springs, NY 14727

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Joyful Rescues, Inc.

1319 Turock Dr, Cuba, NY 14727

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Hornell Area Humane Society RR269

7649 Industrial Park Road, Hornell, NY 14843

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Teacher's Pet Rescue

19 Blackberry Lane, Coudersport, PA 16915

Pet Types: dogs

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SPCA in Cattaraugus Co

2944 Route 16-N, Olean, NY 14760

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Town of Hume

Fillmore, NY 14735

Pet Types: dogs

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Tioga County Cat Project

PO Box 160, Elkland, PA 16920

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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New York Husky Love and Friends Rescue

Wayland, NY 14572

Pet Types: dogs

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