ASPCA Pet of the Week: Ghost

Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 9:30am

While his name might suggest anonymity, Ghost is anything but invisible! This friendly dog loves every person he meets. He’s not a huge fan of other dogs—he’d love to have your attention all to himself!

Ghost has a medical condition that inhibits his respiration. While he has undergone surgery, there’s a chance the condition could reoccur. Ghost should be kept in a cool environment during the warmer months, and his exercise should be limited. He’d do best in a home with kids 12-and-up. Adopt Ghost today!

Ghost is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about Ghost, please visit his page.

Glitter the Cat sitting on ASPCA staffer's lap

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What a darling baby. Did you know that Weimraures is German for Ghost?

Mrs chippy

Barts no weimie.

Mrs chippy

Sorry, predictive spell check.
Bart = Ghost. He's no weimeraner

Peter Nosko

Sorry, geist is German for ghost.


Looks like a cross between a dogue and a pit! Pretty boy, hope he gets a loving home! They ALL deserve it!


good dog


Aww! He's a cutie!


he is cute


Ghost looks like a cross between a pittie and a dogue de brouges (didn't spell that right) as has already been pointed out. Very handsome guy! Hope he finds a loving, wonderful home very soon.
He deserves the best.