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.


MT LAUREL, NJ – (May 8, 2015) Bring your sweet tooth to Mount Laurel Animal Hospital & 24 Hour Emergency Service who is hosting a fundraiser and adoption (rain or shine) event Sunday, May 31, 2015 from Noon to 2:00 at their 220 Mount Laurel Road, Mount Laurel, NJ facility for a dog abused and left for dead in Camden, NJ.

NJ Aid for Animals rushed the pit mix to MLAH in April where a team of vet techs and vets lead by Dr. Marcy Rose worked on saving “Sweet Pea”, given the moniker for her sweet disposition despite gaping wounds that could not even be sewn. Swathed in bandages almost on her entire body Sweet Pea spent three days in emergency care.

Said Dr. Rose known for her love of the pit bull breed, “This is one of the worst bait dog survivors I have seen in my career, but she will make it”.

And make it she did. Now Sweet Pea is getting her own adoption event where she will be the only dog for adoption so plan to attend, meet her then fill out an application. If you aren’t able to give Pea (as she is affectionately referred to by the staff of MLAH whose hearts she has won) a home now, come on out anyway and enjoy hand packed ice cream from yes “Sweet Pea Ice Cream” and their eco-friendly truck, cupcakes decorated just for Sweet Pea, tons of baked goods, candy and everything sweet.

Guests can also meander the beautiful grounds of MLAH and feed the farm animals or just enjoy the day while raisings funds to pay for Sweet Pea’s treatment.

Any funds raised over the amount of Pea’s treatment have been designated to be put toward a newly formed program at MLAH the “Sweet Pea” Program to fund abused and abandoned animals in the future so her legacy will continue. Sadly, Pea’s abusers were never found.

If you can’t attend and just want to donate toward the Sweet Pea Fund, contact info@njafa.org or 856.728.0911. NJ Aid for Animals is a non-profit 501c3 tax-exempt, all volunteer organization with the mission to provide and encourage spay and neuter, enrich every animals’ life they come in contact with, report abuse and seek justice.
For more information contact Jennifer Guli, Marketing Director at 856.234.7626 ext 123 or jguli@mlahvet.com