Introducing McLovin! SO very handsome, McLovin is a friendly fellow who enjoys attention and loves to go for walks! A fun guy who enjoys playing with toys, McLovin is also very people-loving, but can be a bit skittish walking through unfamiliar areas. McLovin knows some basic commands such as “sit” and because he is food-motivated, he would love to learn more commands with your help. McLovin can be a bit jumpy and mouthy, and would do best in a home without children. He also can be a bit reactive towards other dogs and presently would not be a candidate for a dog park. McLovin is not housetrained and will need a patient and experienced guardian who will work with him and help him with adolescent training. Super cute, McLovin has the potential to be a great dog with your help! Stop by today and say hello, McLovin would love to meet you!
Gallery of Dogs Available for Adoption
Saying Goodbye to Breed Baggage
Each animal in the care of The Anti-Cruelty Society is special and, as animal welfare experts, we are committed to caring for all of them. But sometimes, everyone gets caught up in what the breed is rather than what the animal is like. The reality is that in a shelter environment, we do not always know the parentage of dogs and honestly, we believe that their behavior and the connection someone has or can establish with the dog is way more important.
SO, effective immediately, The Anti-Cruelty Society will not list the breed but rather focus on the behavior, as we feel this is the best indicator of success in meeting an adopter’s needs. Of course, what a dog looks like matters—large or small, smooth coats or rough, droop ears or erect. But it is their level of activity, training needs, and other behaviors that will likely define a successful match. If you still want to know the breed, we encourage you to consult your veterinarian or, for the most definitive answer, get a DNA test.
Each one of our dogs is an individual, and we no longer want to burden any of them with breed baggage that may not be accurate. The only thing we can be absolutely sure of is that they are all one of a kind.
This page offers up to the second information about our animals available for adoption at our Adoption Center at 510 N. LaSalle St.; The Everyday Adoption Center at 1100 S. Canal St., and other PetSmart Locations.
Dogs located at The Anti-Cruelty Society
Adoption fees (all locations):
Adult dogs (5 months and older): $150
Puppies (under 5 months old): $250
Dogs located at 510 N LaSalle St., Chicago
Dogs Currently in Foster Care
These pets are available for adoption while in the foster program.
Dogs located at The Everyday Adoption Center
Located in South Loop PetSmart® Store: 1101 South Canal Street, Chicago