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Don't let that fancy gown fool you: this 2-year-old girl is a star athlete. "When I first came to the shelter it was like a whole new world of people and things but I am making great strides and starting to learn just how great all of these new things are and I'm learning to trust more and more every day," says a bio for the dog, who has been at the shelter since September of 2016. "Something I've learned is the squeaky toys are seriously the best thing ever and I'm the silliest girl when I have one!" To schedule a time to meet her, contact email@example.com.
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There's just something about 5-year-old Iris, who has been at the shelter the longest (she arrived in April of 2015). "It's probably because she's the kind of dog who always keeps you laughing with her silly antics and energized personality," says the shelter. "Or maybe it's the way she loves to play in the water, get massages or run around with any squeaky toy she's offered. Whatever it is, we know she is going to make any family she joins whole!" Email her volunteer best friend at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Rescued from a cruelty case, this adult cutie is "the sweetest love bug you have ever seen," says Gillian Kocher, director of public relations and marketing for the PSPCA, who considers the pup a favorite. "When she spends time in our office, she is curious about everything, picking up our pens, phones, etc., but she happily gives them back and is learning what is and isn’t hers. She is looking for a family to call her own and teach her all the good things about life." Contact the shelter to learn more.
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Volunteers have infinite heart emojis for Ashton and they hope he'll one day graduate to a forever home. "He is a senior pup, but has a lot of spunk left," says Gillian Kocher. "He has sadly been in and out of the shelter a few times, but we are dedicated to finding him the right forever home. He originally came as a victim of cruelty, but he still loves people and is in search of a family who will give him the comfortable life he has always deserved!" To learn more about him, contact the PSPCA.
There are tons more prom pets to choose from, so check out the PSPCA's Senior Prom gallery on Facebook and find a forever friend! Throughout the entire month of May, the shelter will reduce all prom participant adoption fees by 50 percent.