Atticus is a fun loving dog looking for a family to help him be the best doggo he can be! He loves to play and explore the great outdoors so he'd be a great companion for an active household. He has lots of wiggly energy, and enjoys playing with other dogs - but they don't always enjoy him - so we think he would likely do well in a home with another dog that can keep up with with his antics and rough play style. He is still working on sharing his favorite treats with his people, and learning all there is to know about manners, so he would do well with a family that is excited to train! The good news is that Atticus is one smart dude, who will do anything for a treat, so he's an excellent student. Atticus is looking for a home without small children.
This beauty is Anita. She gets excited when meeting people, solicits attention from her fan club, and will allow you to pet all over! She enjoys play time, training time, and snuggle time just the same. She is still working on sharing her favorite treats with people, and learning all there is to know about manners, so she would do well with a family that is excited to train! Older teenagers and above will be considered and must come in for a meet and greet.
This beautiful gal is Billie. She’s a fun and happy teenage girl who loves to explore the great outdoors with her humans. Billie loves to play fetch and already knows sit. She walks well on leash and is very treat motivated, but can be vocal when she sees other dogs, so a family that is eager to continue her training is ideal. She is a high energy dog that could do well with a properly matched friend.
This is Diva. She is equal parts cuddly and active. She loves to play fetch and bounce around the play yards, but is also known for her cuddles! She finds new situations and objects (like the broom or a baby gate)a bit scary, but can easily be won over with the right treat! She is looking for a home where she can be the only canine pal in the home. Her ideal home will be in a more suburban area that is not too dog populated and have adults only.
This is Brooks. He is a wiggly, excited guy who loves going on walks and playing with other dogs. Despite Brooks’ fun loving personality, he finds transitions a bit scary so he needs a little extra time to adjust to new situations. Because of this, his ideal family will be a patient one who is excited to continue to work with him on training and building his confidence.
Carlisle is 6 years old and a hound with a capital "H." He loves to sniff, sniff, sniff when outside, and when he's done investigating he wiggles his body over to say hi to his people. In true hound fashion, Carlisle loves to howl just to make sure you know he's there... he wouldn't want you to forget, after all! He's goofy, strong, friendly, and of course, adorable. Perfect for any hound enthusiast if you ask us! He is not a fan of sharing his things with other dogs, so a home without any other dogs and small children is a must! Teens and older who can help manage the resource guarding will be considered.
This adorable girl is looking for the right home! Hazelnut is a high energy puppy looking for a family that is excited about going to classes with their puppy! She is very food motivated, so scent work, fly ball, agility, or advanced training courses will be a blast with her! She seems to need some extra help socializing with other canines, so her people should be dedicated to continuing her socialization. Due to this she is looking for a home without other animals at this time. This lovely lady inherited her Aussie desire to herd, so a home without children is ideal. She is still learning that puppy nibbles are no longer cute, so a positive reinforcement training class would be beneficial for her.
Phineas enjoyed his summer vacation at the MSPCA Cape Cod! As much fun as he had there at the adoption center, he'd love to begin a new adventure and find a home. Like many guinea pigs, Phineas is a bit on the shy side. With some patience and TLC (including lots of veggie snacks) this boy might just become your new best friend!
Adoption fee: $30 per guinea pig Housing: We recommend a housing unit that is a minimum of 2x3 feet. We will ask to see a photo of your planned enclosure prior to adoption.
Guinea pigs can make wonderful pets! They are very social creatures which means that they generally need at least one companion! Of course guinea pigs should only be kept with other piggies of the same sex. A pair of guinea pigs needs at minimum 10.5 sq. feet of cage space, or roughly 30" x 50" with a solid bottom, but more room is always encouraged! Guinea pigs can be quite noisy which can be lovely as long as you are expecting it!
This smiley porkchop is Ellie. At a year old, she's the perfect blend of outdoor adventurer and complete couch potato. At home, Ellie is a total love bug who just wants to snuggle and relax, but take her outside and she's always game for a walk or a hike! Like most youngins, Ellie would benefit from more basic training to learn how to walk politely on leash... she just gets so excited! Ellie would prefer to be the only dog in the home - she wants all your attention and love! Her ideal home would be in a rural or suburban environment, with adults only, and little dog traffic.