Each week Patch will feature an animal from the SPCA that needs a home.
Sandy is a 10-year-old spaniel-beagle mix looking for a new owner. She would fit best in a home with children 10 years old and older who can help take care of her.
The Bucks County SPCA has about 50 to 60 dogs available at a time, ranging in age from puppy to senior. Before adoption, the shelter screens the potential owner for compatibility and does a temperment evaluation with the dog to see what kind of home will be best for the animal.
If you're interested in the animal in the video, or want to learn about other animals the shelter has for adoption, call 215-794-7425 or stop by.
The SPCA is located at 1665 Street Rd. in Lahaska. (If you use GPS, put New Hope as the city.)