Monday, January 14, 2013
Butterscotch is a beautiful Standard Poodle. He currently lives in a foster home. We are looking for a family to adopt Butterscotch who has experience with poodles. Butterscotch is a typical poodle with a high strung personality. Poodles also have health issues associated with the breed and Butterscotch, like some poodles, suffers from seizures. He is currently on medication to control his seizures. Butterscotch is housetrained. When he needs to go outside, he stands by the door until someone notices he needs to go outside. He is very protective of his family and will not let strangers come into the house without alerting his family.. He is not good with small children. Butterscotch would have to be tested with any dogs in the household. It is unknown at this time if he gets along with other dogs. He does love to play ball and is active and happy. He would probably do well with a fenced yard. If you are interested adopting Butterscotch, please call 717-321-4896 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. THIS DOG DOES NOT RESIDE AT THE SHELTER. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE SHELTER
Holly is a 2 year old Domestic Shorthair mix. She is spayed and microchipped. The shelter staff describes Holly and a little shy but sweet and tidy.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA is open Mon, Tue, Thurs 12-5 and Fri-Sun 10-5. We are closed on Wednesdays. You can view all of the adoptable pets online at www.summervillespca.org. We are always looking for foster homes for our animals and we greatly appreciate any and all donations. Feel free to call the shelter with any questions at 843-871-3820. Our mailing address is PO Box 1116 Summerville, SC 29484 and our physical address is 136 Four Paws Lane Summerville, SC.
Available for Adoption: (use for both weeks)
Cats – 12
Kittens – 8
Dogs – 28
Puppies - 2
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