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Fur Ball 2022

Featured Animals

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Beast

8-month-old puppy, Beast came to the SPCA of Texas on January 28, 2022.

Formerly known as “Little Bits” around the SPCA of Texas, he came in as an owner surrender, found in a box on the side of a road and unable to walk.

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Dixie

Dixie arrived at the SPCA of Texas on May 6th, 2022 as a stray.

Formerly known as Nessie, the senior blue heeler was thought to be 7+ years old and is now living in her furever home!

 

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Duke

Bull Terrier, Duke came to the SPCA of Texas on May 14th, 2022.

Formerly known as “Bruce” around the SPCA of Texas, he came in as a stray, was heartworm positive, had a heart murmur, and dental issues at 7+ years old.

Fast forward to May 26th, when his future pawrents would see his handsome photo (all the way from Missouri) posted by friend and Bull Terrier Club of America President, Glenna Wright.

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Ella

Terrier, pit bull mix, Ella first came to the SPCA of Texas on December 15, 2017.

6-year-old Ella, is deaf and also know some sign language! She is currently in a foster home with hopes to find her furever home!

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Hippo

Hippo came to the SPCA of Texas through an Animal Cruelty Investigations case on June 10, 2022 from Van Zandt County.

Weighing at 17 pounds, this gentle giant was quickly adopted on August 22, 2022. His furever family adores him and all of his silliness!

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Yam

Yam came to the SPCA of Texas’ Equine and Livestock Department in February of 2022 as a cruelty case from a suspected vehicular hit and run.

Upon intake, Yam was unable to put even the slightest amount of pressure on his front left leg due to the amount of trauma his body suffered.

Today, Yam is in his forever home and almost 100% sound with the potential to do light riding in the future.

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