Piazza Pet of the Week

The Piazza Auto Group's exclusive sponsorship, Piazza Pet of the Week Adoption Program, has been a part of the 1210 WPHT-AM Chris Stigall Show for years. Tune in every Wednesday morning at 7:50 am to hear all about the current week's Piazza Pet! Thank you to all who have shown their support and helped these beautiful animals find their forever homes!

The Piazza Auto Group is once again partnering with the PSPCA! The Pennsylvania SPCA is an independent organization and the second humane organization founded in the US. The PSPCA is the largest and most comprehensive humane organization in PA. The PSPCA mission is "to protect animals, prevent animal cruelty and improve the health and quality of life for animals in Pennsylvania." To adopt an animal visit their website and click Adopt!


Check out Lexi Grey in the video below! Colt is still available for adoption!

 Lexi Grey
Lexi Grey is a one year old Pittie Mix. She was found tied up outside the PSPCA in early October and is now ready to find her forever family! Lexi Grey has the best behavior rating in the shelter, though she can be pushy with other dogs. Lexi Grey would love to meet you!
 Yola - Adopted!!
Yola is an adult female Pittie Mix who was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Team. Yola is the cutest dog ever, which is equally matched by her adorable disposition too. She is great with people of all ages and is more than ready to find her forever family!
 Tyson - Adopted!!
Tyson is an 8 year old Mastiff Mix. He was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Department. He is a wonderful dog but can be shy at first. Tyson does love to meet new people and he cannot wait to find his forever home! Tyson is also social with other dogs!
 Guinness - Adopted!!
Guinness is a 5 year old Chocolate Lab. He is full of life and energy and can't wait to find his forever home. Guinness was surrendered to the PSPCA because his owner could no longer care for him. Guinness would thrive in an active home and would best fit in a home with children ages 6 and up! Come meet this sweet guy today!

 Beast - Adopted!!
Beast is an 8 year old male Pittie Mix. He was surrendered to the Danville shelter because his owner is being deployed. Beast is very friendly and loves everyone! He is house trained and good with other cats and dogs. Beast was with his owner since he was 8 weeks old and would love to find someone to love him the rest of his life.
 Lerna - Adopted!!
Lerna is a 2 year old Pittie Mix. She was brought in as a stray to the NEW PSPCA Lancaster Center. This new center will be open for adoptions this coming weekend! Lerna would like to kick things off and find her forever family this weekend! She is currently at the Philadelphia location.
 Pepper - Adopted!!
Pepper is a 5 year old Labrador Retriever Mix. She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement department earlier this year. Pepper is a volunteer favorite at the shelter. Pepper is the sweetest and she loves to meet new people all the time. She is a candidate for any home, except those with cats! Pepper is so much the shelter favorite that she is now on a weight loss plan after receiving too many treats! Come meet her today!
Colt is a 2 year old Pittie Mix. Colt is a real charmer. He has big beautiful eyes, handsome face, and sweet, gentle nature. Colt likes to go for walks, but can also relax with the best of them. Come meet this handsome guy at the PSPCA today!
 Sleepy - Adopted!!
Sleepy is an 8 year old grey and white Chihuahua mix. Sleepy came to the PSPCA through their Humane Law Enforcement Department and has been living with them since July. He is friendly and social and loves to be picked up. Sleepy would do best in a household with older children and can even have other dog friends in the home!
 Baby - Adopted!!
Baby is a 6 year old Pit Bull Terrier Mix. She was rescued by the PSPCA's Humane Law Enforcement team in July and is now ready to find her forever family! Baby is friendly and social and will do best in a home with respectful older children. Baby's adoption fee is waived thanks to Cameron Rupp! He sponsored Baby and three additional animals in the hopes that they are adopted quickly!


Below are a handful of the hundred and fifty plus animals that have found homes through the Piazza Pet program. With your support, the program has flourished for well over two years and with any luck, will continue to do so! Thank you to everyone who has helped in anyway with the adoption of these amazing pets, especially to the new owners!