Piazza Pet of the Week

  As part of the Piazza Auto Group, Piazza Acura of Ardmore sponsors the Piazza Pet of the Week. The PSPCA will bring an adoptable cat or dog to the studio of WPHT-AM every week. The morning show, which is hosted by Chris Stigall, introduces a lovable pet to their listeners.

  The PSPCA is the largest and most comprehensive humane society in Pennsylvania! Everyone is encouraged to get involved and help save lives - Adopt, Foster, Donate, or Volunteer!

Check out Layla in the video below!

Layla is a two year old Pittie Chinese Sharpei Mix. She was pulled from the city shelter to find her forever family. Layla is a great dog! She is super sweet and can go into any home. Layla likes people of all ages and being around other dogs too. Come see if she is the dog for your family!
Metteo is a 1 year old Chihuahua Mix. He was surrendered to the PSPCA along with 32 other Chihuahua dogs. Sadly, their owners could no longer care for them all. He is a great candidate for any home! Metteo is very sweet, loving, and playful. He cannot wait to meet you!
 Jingles - Adopted!!
Jingles is a sweetheart! She likes to head butt everyone she meets and loves to be around people. Jingles doesn't mind being picked up either. She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team along with 118 other cats. The cats were kept in poor sanitary conditions and they did not receive veterinary care. Due to neglect, many of the cats needed enucleation (eye removal), but Jingles was the only one that needed both eyes removed.
 Lulu - Adopted!!
Lulu is a seven year old Collie Mix. She was rescued from cruelty and is ready to find her forever home. Lulu is calmly curious and likes to hang out with her peeps. She is partial to treats, walks, relaxing, and being groomed. Lulu loves children of all ages and other dogs. She is a great candidate for any home! Hurry in to the PSPCA!
 Sandy - Adopted!!
Sandy is smart, sensitive, well-behaved, and curious. Sandy is your go-to guy to get away from life's challenges. Sandy was rescued from cruelty and is ready to find his forever home. Sandy has a steady pace and energy level that will work for adults of all ages and children ages five and up! Meet him today!
 Little Foot - Adopted!!
Little Foot is a sweet two year old Pittie Mix. This poor girl was rescued in early October on an anonymous complaint. Little Foot had suffered a traumatic leg injury and was also severely underweight. Little Foot's back hind leg needed to be amputated. She hasn't let this slow her down and she loves to meet new people! Little Foot is ready to find her forever family!
 Pup Pup - Adopted!!
Pup Pup is a four year old Pittie Mix. She loves to run around outside and sit in your lap. Pup Pup loves kids! She would best fit in a home with children ages six and older. Pup Pup came to the PSPCA with medical issues concerning her ears, suffering chronic ear infections. She will need a $5,000 surgery to help her, that the PSPCA is fundraising for. Pup Pup would then love to find a forever home!
 Vernon - Adopted!!
Vernon is a two year old Chihuahua Mix. He is sweet, cuddly, and ready to find his forever home! Vernon is a great candidate for homes with children of all ages! Stop by the PSPCA to meet him.
Chilli is a gorgeous six month old domestic short hair cat. She is super sweet and cuddly. Chilli was brought to the PSPCA along with ten other cats from a North Carolina shelter impacted by Hurricane Florence. All the cats are looking for their forever homes! Hurry to the PSPCA today!

Piazza Pets Adoption Update

Piazza Acura of Ardmore is ecstatic about the success of the Piazza Pet of the Week! With the help of the WPHT-AM, PSPCA, and of course all the pet lovers out there, we have been able to find new homes for 150 animals.  A big thank you is directed to the new owners of the Piazza Pets!

Here are just a few of the lucky cats and dogs that now have new families and are former Piazza Pets of the Week. For more information, visit our official Piazza Pet page.



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