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Puppies and dogs in Donora, Pennsylvania

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in Donora, Pennsylvania. To learn more about each adoptable dog, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.
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TAYLOR

Catahoula Leopard Dog

Female, 6 yrs
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hey! My name is Taylor! If you are looking for a great family dog, someone who loves to play, wiggle for pets, and make your family complete, Taylor is your girl! Taylor came to the shelter after her owner was hospitalized and could no longer care for her. She is a fantastic dog, is great with kids, and friendly to other dogs. She is housebroken and eager to learn other new tricks too. Come meet Taylor today!If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neutering-heartworm testingAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2024 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.20. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.20)Leash and collar included
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HENRY

Beagle

Male, 5 yrs
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Oh Henry! Not to be confused with a tasty candybar, this little guy is just as sweet! Henry is an easy-going doggo. He likes relaxing, going on nice walks, and snuggling with his favorite people. But, don`t be fooled...Henry isn`t quick to fall in love; this romantic has been spurned before, so he takes care with who he shares his heart with. If you are willing to spend the time getting to know him, he will warm up and become the ooey, gooey lovebug he truly is. Henry likes other dogs, but only if they are polite and laid-back like he is (no high energy bulldozers for him), and he also cannot go home with kitties. He will be happiest in a home without kids due to his chill, softspoken nature. Come meet Henry today!If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neutering-heartworm testingAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2024 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.20. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.20)Leash and collar included
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KOURTNEY

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 3 yrs 4 mos
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hey there, my name is Kourtney! I am super cute, short and stout, a little house hippo if you will. But this house hippo is strong like an ox! Silly like a goose! And dreams of being as free as a bird. Kourtney is a delightful girl ready to find a forever family. When she`s not jumping in mud puddles or racing around the yards, she enjoys snuggling her favorite people and tackling new toys. Kourtney is as tenacious as a toddler (she doesn`t like to share). Share what you ask? Her people with other animals! Kourtney wants to be the only animal in her home and be spoiled like the princess she is. Kourtney loves to play and is very energetic. Kourtney is not comfortable with kids, but would do great with teens and up. Come meet Kourt today and let her steal your heart!If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neuteringAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2022 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)Leash and collar included
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GUINESS

Labrador Retriever

Male, 5 yrs 6 mos
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hello! My name is Guiness. My journey to the shelter was a scary one; I was found abandoned in the woods, so terrified I wouldn`t even walk. When I got to the shelter, I was still so confused. How did I get here again? Why am I here? Who are all these people? I found one shelter friend first, then another, then another. I slowly began trusting the staff and they introduced me to some cool canine friends too. I am currently looking for a forever family who can understand where I came from, and dream with me for where I can someday be: the happiest dog who forgot all about the shelter. What the staff say about me:`Guiness is a special boy. It is pretty incredible to see photos and videos of when he first arrived, frozen and hunkered down. He did not know what to do with people paying him any kind of attention. He has had a rough life, we can tell, but he is still so full of life too! Guiness has the best zoomies, the funniest quirks, and the most beautiful face. He loves to be brushed, go on walks, and play in the sunshine. He needs someone who has been around fearful dogs before, who knows how to give him the best kind of unconditional love: patience. Guiness will always be Guiness, but we hope to see him continue coming out of his shell more and more.`If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neuteringAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2024 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.20. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.20)Leash and collar included
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PEAR

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 1 yr 6 mos
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
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Story
Hello! My name is Pear! I am a sweetheart to the core and ready to find a family to call my own. I love to go on walks and I have the best leash manners too! I am wiggly and snuggly, always jumping up to give kisses and hugs to friends, both old and new. I am very outgoing and super friendly. Come meet me today!**Pear is currently available for Foster-to-Adopt while we finish up her medical treatment for an itsy bitsy UTI, come meet her today!**If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neutering-heartworm testingAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2024 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.20. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.20)Leash and collar included
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AMEANA

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 2 yrs 3 mos
Aliquippa, PA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hello! My name is Ameana! I am a compact little lady looking for a forever family. I am a social butterfly here at the shelter; I love meeting new volunteers and going on walks with them. People are my favorite companions! I would do best in a home where I can surround myself with people I love (teens and adults) and be the only animal/apple of their eye. I like to play with toys and run in the sunshine. I am also crate trained and learning basic obedience! Come meet me today!If this dog has been successful in our play groups it is not a guarantee that a dog will be social with other dogs in their home or in public settings. Dogs are individuals and have personality conflicts, just like us. Play groups do not guarantee that territorial or resource guarding issues will not surface in the home. While play groups do help us get to know the dog`s better, once they are adopted their new environments and new relationships will influence their behavior in ways we cannot predict.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial canine distemper combination vaccination- first worming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- 24 Petwatch microchipping- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neutering-heartworm testingAdoption fee: $135.00Per state law, ALL ADOPTERS must purchase a non-refundable 2024 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.20. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.20)Leash and collar included

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Dog shelters and rescues in Donora, Pennsylvania

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By the Grace of Dog Community Outreach and Rescue

PO Box 377, Fayette City, PA 15438

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Australian Shepherds Furever -Elizabeth PA Chapter

PO Box 1676, Elizabeth, PA 15037

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As They Come Animal Rescue

426 Greensburg Pike, West Newton, PA 15089

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

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Furever Homes - Pittsburgh

Jefferson Hills, PA 15025

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Second Chance Sato

Finleyville, PA 15332

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Pet Adoption League

150 Spring st, Yukon, PA 15698

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

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South Hills Pet Rescue

15 Old 88, South Park, PA 15129

Pet Types: dogs

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Four Paws Elkhound Rescue

1985 Lincoln Way, Suite 23164, White Oak, PA 15131

Pet Types: dogs

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White Oak Animal Safe Haven, Inc.

2295 Lincoln Way, White Oak, PA 15131

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White Oak Animal Safe Haven

2295 Lincoln Way, White Oak, PA 15131

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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