Momma and Sampson | Elmore SPCA



Momma was found running at large in the town of Black Brook, New York. According to one concerned citizen the dog is actually from the town of AuSable and was re-homed to someone in the Lake Placid area. According to another concerned citizen the dog was dumped in the town of Black Brook. This dog seems to be very sweet and just loves to engage with people. We have seen no resource guarding against humans of any kind. It is unclear if Momma likes other dogs. When she first arrived she was very kennel aggressive towards other dogs, meaning she would bark at her kennel assertively when they passed. She has shown some improvement with other dogs in the last few days. She did just have a litter that were weaned at six weeks. Momma is now current on vaccinations, has tested negative for heart worm and is looking for her forever home. We might never know how Momma ended up running at large in the snow. However, we can insure that the rest of her life is spent in a safe and loving forever home. Please come in and meet this loving dog. She is a cuddler...who thinks she is a 40 pound lap dog! UPDATEMomma is now spayed and is yearning to go to a new home. She really loves being around people and just loves a lot of attention. She is okay with some dogs while other dogs seems to rub her the wrong way. Come in and meet this people-loving dog that will give you way too many kisses and take up way too much room on the couch and will always be there to give you lots of love!



Sampson is a true lover of people! He was surrendered by his owners because they are moving and couldn’t re-home their nine cats. Sampson came to us with fleas and a lot of ear mites. He is a sweet cat who is very unsure of his surroundings. Sampson really enjoys the attention of people and loves to have his head scratched. He enjoys being held (most of the time) and has lived well with other cats. This gorgeous cat does have a few teeth missing and slight gingivitis. Come in and meet this loving and stunning young cat! He is now current on vaccinations, has tested negative for FeLV/FIV and is neutered. Sampson will do well in most homes and would love to go home with his new family soon! He will be able to go home after he is cleared by our vet.UPDATESampson is such a sweet cat! He loves to play with Lynx and the other cats in the colony! He is much more confident and just loves to interact with staff and volunteers! Come in and meet this gorgeous young cat!!! He is ready to find his forever home.

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