Archives for October 2012

Biscuit

Biscuit is a great dog.  He is adapting to his new surroundings quite well and he is well behaved.  He is a great listener – unlike my wife and kids!  He very well could be my best friend.  Thank you for pointing out this little fellow to me.  He is a wonderful dog.  I hope you enjoy our pictures.     

                                                                                                                                                ~Mark & Family

Patches (Foster Care)

Rat Terrier Mix: An adoptable dog in State College, PA

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Arnold

Arnold is a Rottweiler that is four years old.  He was found as a stray by a man and his daughter.  He was brought to the adoption center and was very scared.  A catch pull had to be used to get him out of the car.  He was very fear aggressive and everyone would comment on how white his teeth were.  After we slowly began working with him in a small kennel he was moved to a larger kennel where he began to learn social skills.  He now has a girlfriend who he enjoys rough housing and playing with a few times a day.  He will soon be going to his new home where he will have an eight month old little Rottie puppy as his new playmate.  He met his new mate and they get along great!

September 2012

What a great team of volunteers we have working with the public helping them find their forever furry friend companions.  This month we have adopted 19 cats and 7 dogs.  Two dogs even found their way back home. That is 26 loving animals have a new place to call home. 

In September two Cat Clinic were held and a total of 60 cats were spayed and neutered.

 

National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, visit the dogs available at PCF or call about our dogs in foster care.  Some of our best furry companions can be found at shelters and rescues.  There are a lot of misconceptions about the shelter animals that just are not true.  They DO NOT all have behavioral problems or come from abusive situation.  The top reasons people give their pets up for adoption have little or nothing to do with the animal itself. 

Help PCF find home for the animals in our care.

Adopted – 359 animals to loving homes.
Spayed/Neutered – 129 animals (This does not include cat clinics).
TNR Clinics – Held 8 Clinics and spayed/neutered 231 cats.