SPCA de PV Weekly Newsletter

Dancer is a Lab mix weighing almost 40 pounds and is between 1.5 and 2 years old. Sammy is a Border Terrier mix also between 1.5 and 2 years of age and weighing 11 pounds. These two dogs are bonded at the hip and we do not want to separate them. Where one goes you find the other. Life has not been kind to either one of them and to have a home together would be their version of paradise

Dancer had a rough early start in life as evidenced by her scars. She is a survivor of distemper and has been left with a slight tic in her back leg. But for all her early suffering, she has blossomed into a wonderfully sweet, joyful and loving companion animal. She has a medium high energy level and is very playful. Sammy has a medium high energy level and loves his playtime with all his canine pals but mostly he loves Dancer. They are both okay around cats and they both love their people too. They have been sterilized, dewormed and vaccinated and are now ready for their forever home and. If you would like to take this pair into you home contact us at spcapv@gmail.com for an application to adopt.

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SPCA de PV or Sociedad Protectora y Compasiva por los Animales de Puerto Vallarta (Protective and Compassionate Society for the Animals of Puerto Vallarta) was founded in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Mexico, in 2007 by a long term resident originally from California, Janice Chatterton.

We opened our unique sanctuary in January of 2012 on the outskirts of Puerto Vallarta. We are a no-kill shelter and can house up to 130 animals at once. We rescue and find permanent homes for over 200 animals each year.

Our main focus is to rescue the abused, homeless animals from Puerto Vallarta’s streets and place them in foster homes in both the United States and Canada until permanent homes are available. We are not supported by the government, corporations, foundations or businesses. We fully function on private donations. Animals are often found living on the streets after being discarded and/or extremely abused. We devote ourselves to their physical and emotional rehabilitation and invite everyone to come and interact with the animals at our private shelter on our weekly escorted tours.

Contact us via email at spcapv@gmail.com

You can learn more about the SPCA by checking us out at www.spcapv.com/home.

To see our animals available for adoption, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/spcapv. Go to Photos where you will also find individual Albums for all the animals available as well as a bit of their history.

To make donations via PayPal, select the "Donate" option on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/spcapv or on our website at http://spcapv.com/donate/.