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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Walker

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Walker, the one year old pit bull/lab mix, is now looking for his forever home! Walker has a shy and quiet disposition. He is a bit leery of new people and surroundings, but warms up pretty quickly. He has come out of his shell a lot since his arrival at the shelter. Because of his timid nature, he would prefer a home with no children under the age of ten. Walker loves to go on walks, eat doggy treats, and chillax on his doggy bed. He is good with most dogs, particularly those who share a similar play style. 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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Bowser

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

This big bundle of handsomeness is Bowser! Bowser is a one year old pit bull mix who is now on the search for a loving, forever home. He is very high energy but eager to please, and he needs a dog savvy home who will be able to keep him busy with plenty of exercise and training (like not to jump up on people when he gets excited). Bowser is great with people and loves to go on long walks with staff and volunteers. Like most shelter dogs, he needs help in the leash training department. Bowser gets along great with dogs who share his play style, but he is not good with cats. He needs a cat-free home. For more information on this gentle giant, please call or visit the shelter during operating hours. Application forms can be obtained under the "Applications" tab on the menu bar of our main page. 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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Pippy

  • Age: Young
  • Gender: Female

OBEDIENCE TRAINING MANDATORY Say hello to beautiful, bouncy Pippy! This friendly young collie mix is full of joy and love. At about a year old, Pippy still has that infectious puppy energy and curiosity. She needs to learn some manners (like how to greet her favourite people without jumping up on them), but is sweet to the core. Pippy is good around cats and aloof around other dogs. She loves to run and chase toys, so daily exercise will be a must to keep this darling content. Pippy would do best in an active household with people who want to include her in all their activities, as her smart little self is happiest when there is lots to see and do! 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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Bandit

  • Age: Young
  • Gender: Male

OBEDIENCE TRAINING MANDATORY This distinctive looking guy is Bandit! Bandit is a bit nervous with new situations and people, but once he gets comfortable with you, his happy and outgoing personality starts to show! Bandit will need an active and experienced owner to help him with his training, particularly with learning not to greet people by jumping up on them. For this reason, he would not be appropriate in a home with younger children. When tested with cats, Bandit was alert and attentive, but showed no signs of aggression. He also enjoys the company of other dogs who share his play style. So if you're looking for someone to snuggle with on a cold winter's night and a hiking partner on a sunny spring day, Bandit may be the right fit for you! Please call or visit the shelter for more information. 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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Simba

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Meet Simba! With his handsome looks and icy blue eyes, Simba is likely to get tons of interest from an adoption perspective. However, it's his gentle nature and sweet personality that has made him a staff favorite around the shelter. Simba is good with some dogs and aloof with others. He is not good with cats. Simba is very intelligent and has a great personality; very mild-mannered, friendly, and loyal. Simba does have a history of being a roamer, so he needs to be kept on a leash at all times when outdoors. Applicants with Nordic breed experience preferred. For more information on this striking boy, please call the shelter during operating hours; or better yet, stop by and take him for a stroll. Simba would love it, and we're sure you will too! 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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Max

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Male

Meet Max! Max is a bit timid with new people, but comes around quickly with gentleness and patience. When Max is approached by his favorite people, he practically wiggles his butt off with excitement. He is extremely affectionate and sweet-natured, and just wants to be close to his people! He's great at snuggling! Max is good with most dogs, particularly those who share a similar play style. He also does well with cats. Max use some help with his leash manners as well as learning not to greet his favorite people by jumping up on them. He would be best suited with an active person or family who will provide him with sufficient exercise, socialization, and basic obedience training. This dude has a ton of potential; will you be the lucky person to help him reach it? Application forms can be obtained under the "Applications" tab on the menu bar of our main page. 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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Logan

  • Age: Young
  • Gender: Male

Meet Logan! Logan is an intelligent and playful young boy! He loves people and greets every person he meets with affection and energy. Logan plays well with dogs with submissive temperaments, as he can be a bit dominate at times (not aggressive). When tested with a cat, he was interested, but did not show any aggression toward them. Logan is still working on learning manners, but he is a quick learner and is easily corrected. Applicants with large breed experience preferred. Logan will be neutered on October 1st. Application forms can be obtained under the "Applications" tab on the menu bar of our main Facebook page. 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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Freckles Fiona

  • Age: Baby
  • Gender: Female

Freckles and Fiona are now looking for their forever homes. These babies are sweet tempered and affectionate! They are a bit nervous of new people, but do come out of their shells quickly. The cost to adopt a puppy is $250, which includes their first vaccine, dewormer, flea treatment, free vet check, and their spay/neuter. As usual, we will choose the best home for these sweethearts and not on a first come first serve basis. 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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Honey

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

This unique looking girl is Honey (aka Honey Bear). We know that Honey will be popular because of her adorable looks, but what we love most about her is her gentle smile and sweet temperament. Honey is good with some dogs and aloof with others. She is not the greatest with cats, and needs a cat-free home. She could use some help learning not to greet people by jumping up on them, but overall, she's a very well-behaved girl! Applicants with northern breed experience preferred. Application forms can be obtained under the "Applications" tab on the menu bar of our main Facebook page. 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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Lana

  • Age: Adult
  • Gender: Female

This beautiful girl is now looking for a loving and committed person/family to call her own. Lana is an exuberant girl with loads of energy and personality. Lana is not good with other dogs, so she needs a dog-free home. When tested with a cat, Lana was interested, but showed no aggression. (She actually tried to mother the kitten by licking his face and head.) Lana is very energetic and has quite a stubborn personality. For this reason, she wouldn't be a good fit for a first-time dog owner. Lana will be spayed on October 1st/2014. For more information on Lana, please call or visit the shelter. Or better yet, stop by and take this girl for a stroll. 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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