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Help Us Find a Home for Spice this Holiday Season!

Friday, December 13, 2013 - 4:45pm
Brindle pit bull wearing christmas hat

Every now and then, we come across a special dog in our Adoption Center who just can’t seem to find a home. That’s the case with Spice, a super sweet and social pup who has been waiting a long while to meet his perfect adopter. This holiday season, we’re asking you to help us find a home for Spice!

Spice came to the ASPCA in 2011 after living in squalid conditions in a basement without access to food or water. He was severely underweight, weighing only 32 pounds when he came to the ASPCA Animal Hospital. After being nursed back to health by ASPCA veterinarians and staff, he now weighs 54 pounds!

This sweet dog could not be friendlier. He would thrive in a home with an energetic adopter who’ll take the time to play with him. He already knows Sit, and loves to learn new tricks. Whether you’re looking to add a new furry friend to your household or know a friend who might be willing to give Spice a chance, we’d love to have your help in spreading the word. Please share this flyer on your Facebook, Twitter, blog and other social networks. Together we can find Spice a home for the holidays!

If you live in a teens-and-up household and are interested in adopting this special dog, please call our Adoption Center in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120, or come meet Spice in person.

Spice Adoptable ASPCA Dog

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veronica

Your dumb! People like you have nothing to do but complain about anything,get a hobby,all animals need someone to be their voice and savior!

Joann

I can't understand why this is offensive. If you are a Christian you should accept any form of love and mercy. Advertising gets the message out. Otherwise these animals would invisible in their cages.

Jan

For you to be offended by helping a defenseless animal with your "holly" Christmas song, it just proves how little of a Christian you are and how little you understand the big picture. I am offended by people like you giving Christians a bad name, Mr. Ed.

Amelia

I would love him if I could get over to NY

Elsie

I agree with you Ed. I just saw the commercial with Silent Night in the background and I was very turned off. I adore animals and I want them ALL to find a loving home, however I would much rather see them happy with their new family than suffering while listening to Silent Night.

Sandy Hopkins

Elsie. I understand how you feel. I did after seeing this commercial over and over finally get online to donate. The unfortunate part of this is the way most people will reach into their pockets and help. It is sad but true. There are so many abused animals not just happy situations where they need a home. If I have to watch all the other crap commercials I do not see an organization trying to do good for animals in the wrong. I hope you yourself are a supporter of ASPCA. I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

Hilary

I wish I lived in NYC! I would love to give Spice a forever home! I hope someone else can give him the love he deserves!

Theresa Hartwig

I would take him in a minute! I live in Wisconsin and have 4 dogs already and love all of them. If you can get this guy to me I will take him and he will have a good home.

kelly

DEAR SPICE nyc IS ABOUT 4 HOURS FROM US - WE R IN DE, NEAR THE SPEEDWAY.. WE WILL BE MOVING IN ABOUT 6 WEEKS TO A HOME EVEN CLOSER TO THE SPEEDWAY [ LIKE 6 MINS FROM IT ]. TAWNY MARIE WOULD ENJOY A PAL / FAMILY FRIEND.. I WILL SEE IF daddy BILL THINKS WE CAN GET TO YOU SOMEHOW, YOUR SMILE SAYS IT ALL - TAKE ME HOME-- I WOULD LOVE TOooo..

Amy

If you are willing to adopt this sweetie, I will pick him up and drive him to Deleware. I am driving fro NY to NC and I go right past the speedway.

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