Dion is a 1 year old, 63-pound plott hound mix who is searching for his forever family. He was found as a stray after he wandered up to the door of an animal lover. Dion is working hard on becoming house-trained and he is crate-trained. Dion loves being outside during the day, but will need a yard with a 6-foot privacy fence. He has been around other dogs and kids. He tends to chase cats. Dion would be great for an active family who wants a companion!

Rocky is a miracle dog. In early May, we pulled him from Tyler Animal Control after he was taken from a home due to extreme neglect. Rocky weighed 40 pounds upon intake, which was well under what a dog his size should weigh. Since with the SPCA, he has gained a little over 10 pounds and he is starting to look healthier. Rocky is very loving, sweet and gentle. He needs a home with patience that can teach him what a real home should be like. He is a Catahoula pit bull mix and he is estimated to be about 3 years old. Rocky has been fully vetted and is ready for a family to take him home.

Meet Hercules! He is a 1-year-old American Staffordshire terrier mix who weighs in at a whopping 77 pounds. Due to his size and age, Hercules will require a home that has a fenced in play yard. Although he is young, this smart boy already knows a few basic commands such as “sit” and has been through training classes at Brushy Creek Retrievers and Canine Perceptions. Hercules is a big lover who would do well in an active home. He would be anyone’s best friend or adventure buddy!

Jacque is a domestic short hair mix with an estimated birth date of 3/11/18. He recently was brought to the SPCA of East Texas after his owner unexpectedly passed away. Jacque is now with the SPCA of East Texas and is searching for a foster or adoptive home. He has been around other cats and dogs and is litter-box trained. Jacque will need a patient family to give him a chance to open up. He has been through a lot and we just want to see him find his forever home.

Morticia has an estimated birth date of 4/19/18. She is extremely sweet and friendly toward people, but isn’t a fan of being picked up. She will just get into your lap after she trusts you. She would make a great companion cat. Morticia would be a very easy kitty for just about any loving family.

To adopt one of these dogs or cats, visit www.spcaeasttx.com. For more information, email adopt@spca easttx.com for dogs or rescue@spcaeasttx.com for cats or call 903-596-SPCA. The SPCA of East Texas Adoption Office is located at 4517 Old Bullard Road in Tyler and open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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