With Valentine’s Day looming, we hope some dog lover out there will have a little extra love in his or her heart for Spree, whom we met recently through the SPCA.
Spree, a gorgeous Setter/Retriever mix who was rescued from a high-kill shelter, is a shy guy. But once he warms up, Spree, who’s wonderful on a leash, demonstrates that he’s as smart as a whip with a heart of gold and a love of the active life, perfect for the outdoorsy owner. (Poor thing probably spent a lot of time outside.)
Now he’s learning the joys of the great indoors, including a warm bed and people to love him. He’d do best in a quieter home with older children and, possibly, other dogs as he is good with them.
We just know that such an owner/family is waiting for him somewhere out there.
To meet Spree, visit the SPCA of Westchester at 590 N. State Road in Briarcliff Manor.
Founded in 1883, the SPCA is a no-kill shelter and is not affiliated with the ASPCA. The SPCA is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. To learn more, call 914- 941-2896 or visit spca914.org.
And read more about the SPCA’s adoptees monthly in WAG.
– Georgette Gouveia