Spot On Adoption Center
Every animal deserves a home.
As part of our ongoing commitment to our community and the welfare of all animals, Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel has donated a large area within our facility to house a separate dog and cat adoption center. Each center was made possible by the generosity of private donors who envision a new standard of care for sheltered pets. At Spot On, we believe that every animal deserves to have a home and are dedicated to advancing that mission. The center can be reached at either 203-554-2610 or 203-554-5758.
Spot On Cat Adoption Center
The construction of Spot On Cat Adoption Center was generously funded by a private donor. Spot On will be working with local nonprofit rescue groups to house cats in need of placement in a quiet and comfortable environment. Each cat will be housed in a 5-story glass front cat tower with access to a dedicated cat playroom for socialization, mental stimulation, and exercise.
Spot On Dog Adoption Center
The construction and ongoing care of pets in the Spot On Dog Adoption Center are generously funded by client and friend of Spot On, Brooke Garden and her family. Spot On Dog Adoption Center sets a new standard for shelter accommodations – each dog will be housed in a spacious, glass front suite with access to a communal living room for socialization and training from a dedicated caregiver. The center will provide homeless dogs to feel at home and ease their transition to their fur-ever homes.
If you would like to donate to the Spot On Dog Adoption Center via PayPal, please click the link below!
*All donations are 100% tax deductible.
Meet Our Adoptable Pets
Miniature Pinscher Mix - 9.5 years old
Don’t let his white beard and age fool you…this guy is ready for adventure and loves to be active. Sammie was likely very sheltered before coming to Spot On and can need a little time to make new friends. Once he warms up, he is a complete delight! He would prefer an adult only household where he can be the center of attention. He loves to be around his people, so someone who is home more would be ideal. Sammie loves long walks, stuffed toys and snuggles. This boy promises to be a loyal companion to his forever family.
Minature Pinscher Mix - 9.5 years old
Meet Stevie! Our sweet senior special needs dog. Being blind doesn’t stop him from loving life. He enjoys his daily walk but most of the time he would rather cuddle up on the couch with his humans. Stevie would do best in an adult only home due to his age and special needs.
Dutch Shepherd - 5 years old
Stella is a big love bug. She craves belly rubs and cuddling on the couch. She also enjoys playing with other dogs, big or small. She would make a fantastic family pet. Please come by and meet Stella. She’d quickly become your new best friend!
Entlebucher Mountain Dog mix - 3 1/2-years-old
Meet our sweet girl Reese! Reese is a 3 1/2-year-old Entlebucher Mountain Dog mix. Reese loves long walks, tons of affection, and naps in the sun. She would do best in a home with older children, and when properly introduced, is great with dogs of all sizes.
Chi/Cavalier mix - 4-years-old
Charlie is a 4-year-old chi/cavalier mix. Charlie came to us from a hoarding situation where he shared a room with 30 other dogs. He is a gentle love bug who would like nothing more than to be your lap dog. Charlie gets along well with other dogs but will need some time to get to know a new doggie sibling. With a slow, patient home this boy will thrive.
Chihuahua mix - 4-years-old
Chicken is a four-year-old chihuahua mix. He came to us with Charlie from an unfortunate hoarding situation where he was not cared for properly. Despite his neglect, he is an absolute sweetheart and loves to curl up on your lap and cuddle. Chicken needs a patient home as he requires some time adjusting to his new surroundings. This sweet boy gets along with dogs similar in size but needs a little more time to adjust to a big doggie sibling. Chicken has tons of love to give. Will you be his forever home?
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