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Adoptables at Danville SPCA

As of Thursday night, the Danville SPCA had no empty pens for dogs. Ben, a 1-year-old neutered housebroken St. Bernard-Golden Retriever, is still there and in need desperately of a home. He was teased by little kids when he was a puppy in a pen and he doesn’t like little kids. He has been at the shelter the longest of the adoptable dogs. Other dogs include
  • Bruno, 2, neutered and housebroken who looks like a larger Jack Russell or Fox Terrier;
  • a housebroken female Shebu Inu;
  • Colby a 6-month-old yellow Labrador Retriever;
  • a smaller brown and white neutered male Dalmatian that was abandoned;
  • a male black Labrador puppy;
  • two Beagles,
  • a friendly female Beagle mix;
  • a male Boxer;
  • Bailey a spayed female Rottweiler-German Shepherd;
  • Merlin a neutered housebroken Scottish Terrier;
  • a female Akita;
  • and a female Shih Tzu.

Cats include

  • a nice tiger and white declawed male,
  • a rare orange female tabby named Punkin,
  • a tiger female
  • a black female
  • kittens,
  • two guinea pigs
  • two male rats in tan and black.

Cats and kittens 6 months and older are free to anyone over 60. The shelter, along Bloom Road and three miles from Danville, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday. It can be reached at 275-0340.