There is no better way to celebrate National Puppy Day than adopting a pup of your own.
These five dogs are available for adoption at the BC SPCA’s Lower Mainland locations.
While some of these dogs are older, they are all puppies at heart.
Remember, adopting a dog is a big commitment. These dogs need owners who are able to provide them with a long-term loving home. The SPCA recommends you check out this info page, to make sure you are a suitable candidate to adopt a shelter dog.
If you already have a cute pup at home, remember to send Daily Hive a picture to celebrate National Puppy Day!
Johnny is a 7-month-old Doberman-Coonhound cross with a goofy personality available for adoption at the SPCA’s West Vancouver location. Johnny is a big puppy at heart who needs to work on his doggy manners. According to the SPCA, Johnny would do best in a multi-caregiver home.
Mya is a 10-year-old Yorkshire Terrier available for adoption at the SPCA’s Vancouver location. She was surrendered by her owner when they became ill. According to the SPCA Mya is a “sensitive little lady” who would do best in an adult only home.
Spanky is an 11-year-old Dachshund available for adoption at the SPCA’s Vancouver location. Spanky has a sweet spirit and is looking for a caring retirement home with loving owners. According to the SPCA, Spanky needs a home with dog savvy humans who understand her sensitivity to touch. A home without kids is best for Spanky.
Victor is a four-year-old Labrador Retriever Chow Chow mix. He is available for the adoption at the SPCA’s Burnaby location. Victor came to the SPCA after being found on the Alaskan Highway. Victor needs an adult only home with a quiet, loving environment. Victor is a little on the heavier side, so he requires an active owner who can help him get to a healthy weight.
Ruby is a 6-month-old Tibetan Mastiff available for adoption at the SPCA’s Burnaby location. She is a sensitive pup that is looking for an adult only home. Ruby is a playful, silly puppy in need of an active and confident owner.