You can get an ordianance passed!

Pass a Spay/Neuter, Anti-Chaining and Cross Reporting ordinance in your town! Passing an ordinance is not as difficult as it may seem. Here are some helpful hints: Step one: Find an animal friendly city or township official, i.e., council member, administrator, city clerk, mayor, etc. This person will become the sponsor of the new ordinance. Step two: Write the ordinance. Use these as guides, rewrite if needed. Step three: Lobby! Remember, your sponsor probably will not have time for this. With ordinance in hand and as much background information that you can carry, try to arrange for personal meetings with...

“A Season for Angels”

Angels for Animals Foundation hosts “A Season for Angels” fundraiser with SANTA CLAUS at SwedesboroAnimal Hospital/Tri-State Animal Emergency Center in partnership with NJ Aid for Animals The Angels for Animals Foundation is welcoming Santa Claus to Swedesboro Animal Hospital/Tri-State Animal Emergency Center for pictures with pets, children and families! December 17, 2011 11am-3pm 392 Kings Highway Woolwich Township New Jersey, 08085 The Angels for Animals Foundation raises money to support pet owners suffering extreme financial hardship to provide immediate, life-saving medical care for their beloved animals. NJ Aid for Animals provides support and develops education programs for pet owners throughout...

LUCKY DOGS IN CAMDEN CITY TO RECEIVE WARM DOG HOUSES WIN-WIN FOR DOGS AND ENVIRONMENT

November 9, 2011 – Marlton, NJ – The leading animal protection charity in Camden City, NJ Aid for Animals, (NJAFA) in partnership with Whole Foods Market, Marlton and Burger Fence Company, Mantua, are raising funds for the recycling of wood fencing remnants into doghouses for dogs in Camden City. The doghouses, which include a door flap and straw for bedding donated from NJAFA, will provide much needed shelter for dogs forced to live outside in the elements. Now until December 31, 2011, Whole Foods Market, Marlton, will donate the funds from their on-going “Nickels for Non-Profits” campaign to the Camden...

Two Little Babies Left

These little darlings are the last of TWENTY puppies from the poor mother dog in Carney’s Point. After seeing our billboard for low cost spay and neuter, the owner contacted NJAFA. Mommy dog finally spayed after two litters of ten each. These two little darlings are only ones left but not for long. They are 13 weeks old, neutered, shots, microchipped and totally socialized. Foster mommy says “she wants to keep them”. Mommy is l/4 boxer, l/4 pit Daddy is l/4 Maltese and l/4 Long Haired Doxie. Yes they are from same litter. Their weight now is six pounds. Will...

Steve & Cookies 15th Annual Dog Show

Fun was had by all as S&C raised much needed funds for animals in need. Thanks to Cookie Till and her fabulous staff and volunteers for once again making this the perfect day. Dogs, dogs, dogs, big and small strutted their stuff. To view entire gallery,visit http://www.steveandcookies.com

Dog days of spring: Seasonal rise in strays; budgetary decline in help

CAMDEN — In the backyard of a home plunked oddly in the middle of one of Camden’s most industrial areas in South Camden, life for “Reds” isn’t easy. If anything, it’s a pretty lonely existence. The pit bull with the shiny brown coat has been living in the backyard of his owner’s grandmother’s house. The dog is larger than the woman taking care of it. “I feed him every day, but I don’t want to get close to him,” said “Victoria,” wringing her hands in the afternoon sunlight Tuesday, several yards away from the growling dog laying claim to his...