Animal Protectors Of Allegheny

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Animal Protectors Of Allegheny is listed in the Animal Shelters category in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Protectors Of Allegheny which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Protectors Of Allegheny on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Animal Protectors Of Allegheny is:
533 Linden Ave
New Kensington, PA 15068
(724) 339-7388
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Cooper is a young guy, only 8 months old, so he still has a lot of puppy energy. Cooper is a German Shepherd mix and his previous owners were told that he was part Siberian Husky, which we definitely can believe based on his bark! Cooper loves to go out into our play yards to play but he likes to stay close so that he can push up against you and convince you to give him a belly rub! Cooper does need some more training on his leash manners, like most puppies do, but he would be a great addition to any home!

Could you give this handsome dog a second chance? Arthur is desperately looking for a family after he was abandoned at the Animal Rescue League in Pittsburgh. He is very confused as to why he ended up in a shelter and we are just as baffled. Arthur is a little under 3 years old and loves to play in our play yards. He is a very sweet boy and deserves a loving family and a warm forever home.

Say hello to Liliana! This is one girl that has lots of energy that she would love to share with you. She is around 2 years old and still has many of her puppy ways. Liliana was originally found as a stray before she ended up at the shelter. Liliana needs a place to call home; the shelter is no place for this active girl.

It's Flashback Friday. What a sad flashback it is. This is a photo of Princess Lea from August of 2016 when we featured her on Facebook. This sweet girl is still waiting to be adopted. Volunteers have said "Princess comes to greet us when we enter the cat room, always wanting to be in the middle of everything, looking for love and attention." She has been waiting too long. Won't you take her home?

Geanna is quickly becoming a shelter favorite. If a visitor gets too close to her cage, she's quick to reach out and tap him on the shoulder as if to say "hellllooo, take a look at me!!" She is quite the charmer, loves to be fussed over and turns on her purr for everyone to hear.