Steph’s Pet Spotlight

Every other Wednesday, the Morning Madhouse will feature a pet from a local animal shelter.


February 14, 2019 : Scarlett

Scarlett from The Last Dog Rescue & Others is our Valentine’s Day pup this week in Steph’s Pet Spotlight brought to you by Canine Clubhouse🐾 She’s a 2-year-old dachshund mix, loves car rides and is already house-trained. She was just tested positive for heart worms and is under treatment for it and looking for a patient and loving family. Please share to help this sweetie and tag your friends who are looking to add to their family! ❤️


Want to know which pets have found their forever home? Stay up to date and check out which lovable companion was adopted!

Marty, the lovable furry companion that was featured last time has found his forever home!

Marvel, the lovable furry companion has found his forever home!

Kix from Perry County Animal Rescue went to his new home last week!

Grant has found his forever home!

Smurfette has been adopted and found her forever home!

Gus has found his forever home!

Athena has found her forever home!

Carl (the dark colored one) with his new family!

Mickey has found his forever home!

Bella is living happily ever after with her new family!

Tony has found his forever home!

Indigo from Perry County Animal Rescue was adopted!

Murdock from Miffy’s Animal Rescue in Harrisburg. He was out first special needs dog and has been adopted!

Delilah from the Adopt-A-Boxer Rescue was adopted!

Reese from Canine Rescue of Central PA has found his forever home!

Redmond from Miffy’s Animal Rescue has found his forever home!

Pauly from Speranza Animal Rescue found his new family!

Bo from Miffys Animal Rescue has been adopted 🙂

Pom Pom from Speranza Animal Rescue was adopted!

Jarvis from Pitties Love Peace found his forever family!

Harper from the Last Dog Rescue was adopted!

Baby from York County SPCA was adopted after being featured on the show!

Charlie from Fury Friends Network was adopted!

Carrie from the York County SPCA got adopted!! She was our second Dog of Christmas