Twice As Nice: NJ Aid For Animals Can Multiply Donation by Two Through Jan 16th

  MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE FROM DOGS ON DEATH ROW, INC. Camden, NJ, December 28, 2015– NJ Aid for Animals, Inc. is about to double its donations. Dogs on Death Row, Inc., based in Larkspur, CA, has made a matching gift with a challenge: from now through January 16, it will match every dollar raised by NJ Aid for Animals, up to a total of $5000. Kathy McGuire, founder and President, NJ Aid for Animals, is grateful and inspired: Dogs on Death Row helps dogs everywhere, across the country and around the world – and now it’s willing to match our...

Sweet Pea Videos!

Sweet Pea needs a home! Learn more about this wonderful dog….from SweetPea herself and then Like her page at www.facebook.com/AdoptSweetPea or see her photos as she went through her recovery process at www.njafa.org Posted by NJ Aid for Animals on Monday, July 20, 2015

Sweet Pea

Discovered on a garbage dump in Camden NJ the most violent city in America on April 13, 2015. She was then taken to a local impound facility where she sat for five days until NJ Aid for Animals found her in this condition. Ms. Pea had no skin left to stitch on her open wounds rather she had to heal from the inside out. She had ot have her bandages changed every day to prevent infection. Huge gobs of a medicated paste had to be applied all over her wounds. Through it all she never growled or snapped. Follow her...

Everything Sweet

Everything Sweet – Despite hardship and neglect, this little girl is just as sweet and affectionate as ever! She is looking for her forever home! Help us, help her and pets in need like her, with monetary donations and join us for a day of all things sweet for Sweet Pea. Fundraiser and Adoption. May 3, 12-2pm at Mt Laurel Animal Hospital. Sweet Pea Ice Cream, Cupcake Lady, Basket Raffle, Farm Tours, Feed the Sheep, Bake Sale. LOCAL VET HOLDS FUNDRAISER AND ADOPTION EVENT FOR ABUSED DOG “EVERY THING SWEET FOR PEA” MT LAUREL, NJ – (May 8, 2015) Bring...

Bikers for Bullies Motorcycle Poker Run

Sunday, June 7th (Rain Date June 28th) – Silver Coin Diner, 20 S White Horse Pike, Hammonton, New Jersey 08037. 100% of proceeds will benefit abused and abandoned pit bulls! Plenty of great food, drink specials, complimentary commemorative patches (while they last), plus entertainment by Headstone 118 – “Fan Favorite” Winner of the 2012 National GMC & Roland Music Contest. We’ll even be auctioning off a Mike Trout autographed baseball. Register: 9:30 to 11:00 am Silver Coin Diner, Rt 30 and 206, Hammonton, NJ $20 Rider, $10 Passenger, $15 walk in party only. First 50 to register receive a free...

Free Vaccines to Camden Residents

Saturday, May 2nd – 12:00pm – 3:00pm – 3Rd And Federal Fire Hall, Camden, New Jersey 08102. NJAFA is bringing life saving vaccines to the animals in Camden on Saturday, May 2nd outside at the fire station at 3rd and Federal in Camden. Atlantic County SPCA is donating their mobile van for the day so the small dogs and cats can be vaccinated safely INSIDE. Camden County Animal Shelter will also be on hand to educate residents about their shelter. Partnering and collaborating with other rescues and shelters is the only way to help the animals and we are proud...

NJAFA Bikers for Bullies photo shoot

NJ Aid for Animals is searching for their 2015 Graphic for their Bikers for Bullies event that raises money for abandoned and abused pit bulls. If chosen, your photo will be used on a billboards, save the date cards, flyers, ads, patches being made for the event and any and all other collateral for this event. I have put together a special, discounted photography session package for this event.  Photos from this offering, as well as other photos sent in by individual submissions, will be judged by an independent panel of judges.  What better way to showcase your “ride” and...

World-Renowned Canine Aggression and Behaviorist Specialist to visit NJ

NJ Aid for Animals hosts World-Renowned Canine Aggression and Behavorist, Jim Cosby, during National Dog Bite Prevention Week in May Apr. 24, 2014 – CAMDEN, N.J. — Each year 4.7 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs, with children and the elderly the most common victims. Surprisingly, the vast majority of these bites are not caused by “vicious” dog attacks, but during every day interactions with family pets.The good news is that many of these bites are entirely preventable. National Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 13-20, 2014 and NJ Aid for Animals, the leader in innovative ideas...