Ontario SPCA Seeking Homes for Over 20 Bull Terriers

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Gia, one of the dogs who requires medical attention for her skin condition.

Ontario SPCA Branches across the province are looking to re-home over 20 Bull Terriers.

One of the female dogs, Molly, gave birth to seven puppies over the Christmas holidays. Mom and pups are doing well and will remain in foster care until they are eligible for adoption. Read their story here.

Some of the dogs have come in with some medial conditions that are being treated. The dogs will also be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before adoption.

The Ontario SPCA would like to commend the breeder for reaching out to the organization when assistance was needed. The Society is always available to discuss options for anyone that requires help with their animals.

Anyone interested in adopting one of these loveable dogs is encouraged to contact their local Ontario SPCA Branch.


Gia (pictured above) was very ill when she first arrived at the Ontario SPCA Lennox & Addington Branch. She was suffering from a high temperature and infection, was in pain and very uncomfortable. Gia needed veterinary care to address these issues as well as a loss of hair on her face, ears and multiple other locations all over her body.

The public can help give Gia, and other dogs like her, a second chance by making a donation to the Ontario SPCA Lennox & Addington Branch today. To make a donation, please visit http://support.ontariospca.ca/goto/gia.

You can also help the Branch reach their goal by sharing this story with others.

*ALL dogs have found forever homes. Thank you for your support! For dogs currently available for adoption, please visit: http://meetyourmatch.ontariospca.ca/