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ASPCA Pet of the Week: Spike

Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 12:00pm
brindle pit bull wearing aspca adopt me vest while on a walk

Spike is a super affectionate and social dog waiting for a loving home at the ASPCA Adoption Center. Spike has been in our care for more than two years—since September 2011! This guy loves his friends at the ASPCA, but he’d like to join a forever home as soon as possible.

Spike would be thrilled to go home with an energetic adopter who will spend quality time with him. We feel sure Spike will make an amazing pet!

Spike 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. 4900. To learn more about Spike, please visit his page.

brindle pit bull playing with ball

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Susan

How old is Spike now? Is he housebroken?

Frankie

Susan, he's only 2 years old. If you click the words above his pic, "please visit his page," it will take you to all the info about him. Hope you get him!

Lacie

I would love to adopt him but I'm already at my limit for pets. however, I can suggest that if you can't find anyone to adopt him maybe you can contact the shelter on the show Pitbulls and Parolees. they handle Pitbulls that have trouble being adopted and even do home checks to make sure the home is suitable for the dog as well as the dog being suitable to the people. I hope you find a home for him soon. 2 years is a long time in a shelter poor guy. good luck.

jennifer raifte...

Spike has the same brindle colouring as the love of my life, King Arthur, who came from a pitbull rescue. If you haven't considered being adopted by a pitbull, please consider it now! They are loving, playful, have easy care coats, and have the best sense of humour. More than any other dog they want to be with you, please you, and think everything you do is inherently fascinating. Good luck Spike, hope your new family shows up soon!

Noreen Farrell

Please, Please, Please someone adopt this great guy....don't pay any attention to those naysayers out there....everything deserves a chance and Spike hasn't any of the negative background to warrant distrust. Good luck, Spike!

Suzanne

I'm used to adopting special needs dogs. Mostly Rotties because no one wants them. I have two. If Spike is around after I resolve the issues of one of my boys (trying to attack joggers) I would be happy to take him. I have lots of room to run and play but lots of rules and pack structure is a must. good luck. He deserves a happy forever home.

Sherry

I love him. Please keep us posted on his adoption.
If I lived in a place where homeowner's insurance allowed pit bulls, I would adopt him in a second. I know so many people who are willing and able to adopt this breed, but the insurance regulations ruin it. (The state I live in is very bad that way). I wish you the best.

Sherry

I love him. Please keep us posted on his adoption.
If I lived in a place where homeowner's insurance allowed pit bulls, I would adopt him in a second. I know so many people who are willing and able to adopt this breed, but the insurance regulations ruin it. (The state I live in is very bad that way). I wish you the best.

AW

What a cute boy. Have you ever seen a better "ball-face"?? I hope someone adopts him and loves him lots.

mckendra

his he still avalible becuase my kids will love him so much

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