The Erie County SPCA is giving people who want to adopt a fur baby the opportunity to name their own price. Whether you're already a pet parent or you're looking to become one for the first time, it's a great opportunity to give an animal in need a good home. The 'Spring Fling - Name Your Own Price' event is happening now through Saturday, May 21, 2022. There are lots of animals, aged one year or older, who are eligible to be adopted.

Here are some animals who meet the age requirement for the name your own price event:

1. Annie - 50046592

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2. Alexa - 50015467 & Archie - 50015463

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3. Scooby Doo - 49465888

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SPCA Serving Erie County
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4. Cardigan - 49921777

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5. Rupert - 48998840

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6. Donatella - 49932932

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7. Cinnamon - 50133237

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8. Romeo - 39436310

The Erie County SPCA is located at 300 Harlem Road in Buffalo. You can visit the SPCA's website and find your next pet here.

SPCA Serving Erie County Hosting 2022 Wine & Wags & Brews

On Wednesday, June 15, from 5:30 pm to 8 pm, join the SPCA Serving Erie County for the Wine & Wags & Brews event.

Join us for this one-of-a-kind social event with your dog! Spend the evening sipping distinctive drink samples from local wineries and breweries and tasting incredible food samples prepared by local restaurants, bakeries, and food trucks. Browse the pet-themed exhibitors, plus participate in exciting raffles – all to benefit the animals at the SPCA Serving Erie County. Dogs are welcome, but not required to join the fun!

You can get more info and purchase tickets here.

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