Cape Breton Branch Adoptable Dogs

Dino

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Charming young Dino is a 1 year old pit bull/lab mix who is now looking for his forever home. Dino is an intelligent and high energy boy who is still a puppy in a lot of ways. So far, Dino is not the greatest around other animals, so we are recommending he be the only animal in the household. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Penny

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

Penny is a young pit bull mix who is looking for a loving, forever home. Penny is sweet-natured, loyal, and eager to please (and is very photogenic, obviously!). She loves chasing after her favorite toys and enjoys her daily walks with staff and volunteers. She is not the greatest with female dogs but does well with submissive male dogs. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Rascal

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Rascal, the young pit bull mix, is now ready to find his forever home! Rascal is a good natured boy who loves to go on walks and spend time with staff and volunteers. His temperament is easy-going and relaxed. As you can see, he LOVES getting his photo taken. So far, Rascal’s behaviour is shy and cautious around other dogs. He seems to prefer to play on his own, often growling slightly when dogs get overly close and excited. Because Rascal is protective of his food bowl, he is not to go to a home with children under the age of twelve. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Mitsy

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

Mitsy is a three year old mixed breed (possibly pit bull/german shepherd) who is now looking for her forever home. Mitsy is a timid girl with a gentle and reserved temperament. She seems to be particularly timid of males. She does well with other dogs who share a similar play style and would do well in a home with children 13+. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Daisy

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

Daisy, the border collie mix, is now available for adoption. Daisy is a sweet and affectionate girl who loves spending time with people and going on walks. She is fine with cats, but does not get along with other dogs. She needs to go to a home with no other dogs or children under the age of 13. Daisy is approximately 5-6 years old. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Jeffrey

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

This athletic guy is Jeffrey! Such a serious name for such a lovable goof. Jeffrey may look kind of tough, but he has been all sweetness and cuddles with shelter staff since day one. Jeffrey is respectable with cats and loves the company of dogs who share his play style. While he knows basic commands (sit, down, roll) and is housetrained, Jeffery could use some help learning not to greet people by jumping up on them. For this reason, he might be best in a home without children. But if you're looking for an active and sociable companion to hike, jog, or toss a ball around with, then Jeffrey may be your fella. He will love you to bits forever, guaranteed! The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Shiloh

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

Shylo is one beautiful, gentle giant. This massive Mastiff would be a great match for someone who'd like to add a calm, quiet companion to their life. This girl's favourite things in life are tasty treats, being cuddled, and having a comfy place to rest her head. Shylo is good with some dogs who share her play style, and aloof with others. She would do best in a home with no small children (under 10) simply because of her impressive size, but would be great in just about any other situation. However -- believe it or not -- Shylo is afraid of cats! So a home with calm, aloof cats or no cats at all would make Shylo happiest. Shylo will also be spayed before she leaves our care. Come meet this darling to see if she's your furry soul mate! The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Harry

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Hi everyone! We would like to introduce you to a VERY sweet and special boy, named Harry. Harry is a strong and courageous little man who was found lost and lonely in a small stream with the Municipality - scared and alone, not able to find his way out of his predicament. By-standards helped Harry out of the water, and contacted the Shelter for help right away. What makes Harry's rescue-story more sad - but the efforts of those who stepped-up on his all the more important and amazing, was that it turns out that Harry is blind. This tough little Angel must have been so scared and felt so alone After seeing the vet (now his most favorite Doctor in the whole wide world), it was determined Harry's blindness is not as the result of any trauma; but sadly is not a correctable condition either. But do you think that his story stops Harry from trusting those who he knows love him, or from having a TON of love to give? Not a chance! This spectacular boy is a kind and gentle soul with a wonderful temperament and so much love in his heart. Harry is a 5-6 y/o Lab / Terrier mix (who will soon be neutered) and is now available for adoption to a VERY special home. Given his blindness, Harry would be best served in a quiet home without other animals, as he can be easily startled and become scared. He is however a very loving and friendly greeter, having spent time upstairs in the Shelter, meeting lots of new friends. Since having entered our care Harry has adjusted extremely well after what must have been a difficult transition for him. He has flourished with routine and greatly values (and appreciates) a caring heart and gentle hand, mindful of his need for a strong feeling stability, safety and security. We would be looking for a home who could offer Harry such an environment. Please help us find Harry his forever family. For more information on this amazing little boy, please call or visit the Shelter Thanks everyone!!! The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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G Litter

  • Age: Baby
  • Gender: Male

We are currently accepting applications on the G Litter! These babies were born on July 1, 2014, and look to be shepherd/lab mixed. Gavin, Gabriel, Gary, Garrison, and Garth are male, and Genevieve is female. These babies are extremely affectionate, playful, and love to be handled. As usual, the SPCA Cape Breton Branch will choose the best homes for these pups, and not on a first come first serve basis. The cost to adopt a puppy is $250, which includes their first vaccine, dewormer, flea treatment, free vet check, and their spay/neuter. Note: We have recently changed our dog application. To apply for any of our dogs, please fill out the application that is on our Facebook page. It is under the ‘Applications’ tab. For more information on the G litter or the application process, please call or visit the shelter during operating hours. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Bubbles

  • Age: Young
  • Gender: Male

Adorable Bubbles is now looking for his forever home. Bubbles is a happy-go-lucky boy who always has a bounce in his step. Bubbles is good with some dogs and aloof with others. He is not good with cats, and needs a cat-free home. Bubbles is a playful boy, but can be jumpy and mouthy when he gets overexcited. For this reason, he would not be appropriate in a home with small children. Bubbles would be best suited with an experienced owner who would provide him with plenty of exercise, routine, and basic obedience training. This handsome boy has so much potential? Will you be the lucky person to help him reach it? For more information on Bubbles, please phone or visit the shelter during operating hours. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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Boo

  • Age: Young
  • Gender: Male

Handsome Boo, the young neutered pit bull mix, is still waiting for his forever home. Boo is roughly one year old. Boo loves meeting new people and loves getting snuggles. He thoroughly enjoys his daily snuggles with staff and volunteers. Boo does NOT get along with other dogs, and needs to be the only dog in the home. He is interested in cats, but does not show any aggression toward them. Boo should go to a home with no children under 16. Please call or visit the shelter for more information on this big boy. The fee to adopt a Dog from the Nova Scotia SPCA - Cape Breton Branch is $140 for unfixed dog, $250 Fixed. This fee includes first vaccine, first de-wormer treatment, first flea treatment, first vet visit. When you adopt from the SPCA, besides giving an animal a second chance at life, you are giving him or her a forever, loving home!


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