Pa.’s Adoptable Dogs Save Shine Super Sunday
It’s the Super Sunday event where there are only winners.
Before Tom Brady meets Patrick Mahomes at the Super Bowl, fans can cheer on their favorite rescue dogs and scout for potential new family members when Puppy Bowl XVII kicks off hours before the football game.
The game will stream on Animal Planet and will also stream on Discovery+ this year. The fun starts at 2 p.m. and lasts for three hours, giving you plenty of time to grab some snacks before the game starts.
These dogs, playing for Team Ruff and Team Fluff, are disciplined and ready to put on a great show for their teams, so we won’t see any flags, but we’re sure to see some commotion.
The game is famous for the smiles it puts on people’s faces, but it also serves as a coverall for the pooches and kittens that perform in the halftime show. They are all looking for their forever home, and they always get it. In the previous 16 bowls, the adoption rate was 100% for all participants.
Pennsylvania will be well represented with hounds and rescues, and we’re going to introduce them to you now so you know which heroes from your hometown you’ll want to shoot for.
Center for Animal Health and Welfare
The first group representing Pennsylvania is the center for animal health and welfare, based in Easton. They have a pair of puppies, Patrick and Ray, who will be looking for their forever home while partaking in the big game.
The organization’s shelter has qualified for no kill status and is adopting animals in Northampton County.
The rescue will also play during the halftime show, when kittens Gilligan, Ginger, Mary Ann, Nebula, Professor, Skip and Toby will host the intermission.
Providence Animal Center
Another rescue with pets in the big game is Providence Animal Center, who will be represented by Hope.
Based in Media, Providence Animal Center began in 1911 with the goal of providing watering holes for work horses. It has evolved over the years and now focuses its efforts on the care and adoption of pets rescued from overcrowded shelters, pets abandoned by their owners, and animal rescue and rehabilitation. victims of cruelty and neglect.
Charlie’s Crusaders are another rescue that will send athletes to the Puppy Bowl, featuring Vinnie and Jiffy.
The Lancaster-based rescue is a group of volunteer dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide shelter, and ultimately rehome abandoned, stray, and neglected dogs in Mississippi, Tennessee, and surrounding areas. Charlie’s Crusaders Pet Rescue specializes in adoption in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Connecticut, New York and Delaware.