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Cats | Dogs
Medium • Adult • Female
Brat is the name her previous owner gave her, and the name she responds to, but it does not properly describe how sweet and precious she really is. So we changed her name to âBrie.â Brie is a beautiful brindle terrier mix, and though this little lady is up there in years (about 7- 8 yrs old) you would never know it by how spry she is. Brie is the biggest sweetheart with a lot of love to give, but no one person to share it with. This poor girl is definitely lonely, since her previous owner passed away. All this girl needs is a new best friend to love and snuggle with for the rest of her life. Will you be the friend that fills the space in her heart?
Large • Young • Male
Polaris is a handsome 1-year-old terrier mix. According to his previous owners, Polaris loves car rides, running, and he even loves to swim! During his time at Animal Protectors we've noticed that he also loves rope toys and likes running around with a blanket hanging out of his mouth (he's a goof!). His new pet parents would benefit greatly by taking Polaris to training classes to help him work on his playfulness and leash manners.
Large • Senior • Female
Sasha is a senior terrier mix who is very content to walk calmly by your side. This nine-year-old came to the shelter as a result of an eviction. Needless to say, she misses her owner and is getting a lot of attention and TLC from staff and volunteers, but would like to be in a family who is looking for a calm senior citizen.
Medium • Young • Female
This pretty girl's name is Wanda. Wanda is a 1-year-old pit mix that was found as a stray in the Pittsburgh area. This is one dog that LOVES to play. She enjoys nothing more than going into the yard to chase tennis balls (they are her favorite toy!). Wanda does need a bit of training on her leash manners but we are currently using an Easy-walk Harness and that seems to help. Wanda needs someone who can give her a normal life outside of the kennel and off of the street. Could that be you?