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Adopt Me: Brutus is a sucker for belly rubs (adopted)

He needs a bit of work on his manners, so obedience classes would definitely benefit him

OrilliaMatters, in partnership with the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.


Hey there, my name is Brutus and I am a one and a half year old Great Dane mix. I am the sweetest boy who loves being around people and give them all my love and kisses.

I need a bit of work on my manners, so obedience classes would definitely benefit me! I am a huge sucker for a belly rub and really love to be the centre of attention.

I made friends quickly when I came into the Orillia Animal Centre, and have continued to be a very friendly boy. I’m starting to work on my listening skills and have picked up the routine very quickly.

I like all kinds of treats and I am gentle when given any food. Everyone that meets me tells me how handsome I am and I cannot hear it enough!

Because I’m a large breed who doesn't realize how big I am, I would like to live with a family that has older kids, or just adults. I would also love to have a fenced in yard to play in so that I can expel my energy. I can’t wait to meet with you to discuss the adoption process. Come see me today!

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All SPCA Orillia Animal Centre dog and cat adoptions include the animal’s spay or neuter surgery, microchip implant, vaccines, deworming/flea treatments, and a complimentary exam by a Veterinarian in the area.

Interested in adopting from the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre? Visit us at 467 West Street North in Orillia to meet our animals and to fill out an adoption application. You can also visit to learn more about our Meet Your Match program and fill out a survey and find out what animals best suit your household and lifestyle.

For questions about adopting, volunteering, or donating, please give us a call at 705-325-1304 or email us at


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