Dog House Project

As pet advocates and animal cruelty experts in Camden City, NJ Aid for Animals saw the suffering of dogs forced to live outside in the winter. Although it is a violation not to provide adequate shelter for your dog,  many dogs in Camden City still go without shelter. Dogs without shelter are at risk of hypothermia and frostbite. Recognizing the need to protect these dogs, NJ Aid for Animals stepped forward and launched the Dog House Project in 2007. The project provides outside dogs with a warm dog house, stuffed with straw and with a door flap to protect them...

Bean Needs A Home

WOOF! Hi there! My name is Bean! I am a young lady looking for my new best friend. Don’t I look beautiful in my photos? (Check out my Facebook Page: www.Facebook.com/BeanNJAFA) I have to look my best as I interview families. I’m a large (80 pounds) one-year-old doggie, muscular, so I’d be great a partner for someone who likes to walk. My lineage is one-half American Bull Dog and one-half American Staffordshire Terrier and one hundred percent from the line of kisses and fun dogs.  I’m a young gal so I am lively, fun-loving, and silly. I always have a good time,...

HALT

In 2016, we launched our innovative HALT (Helping Animals’ Lives Today) program which provides Camden City pet owners with access to the spay/neuter surgery, rabies vaccine, Parvo vaccine, flea treatment, and the microchip for only $8! Additionally, dog owners receive a money order payable to the City of Camden to purchase a dog license. In just over one year, 170 pets have received the benefits of this program and with enough funding for 40 more! One of the primary goals of the HALT program is to reduce pet overpopulation by allowing families to spay and neuter their pets before they...