– A 24-hour animal poison control service available throughout the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean for pet owners and veterinary professionals who require assistance with treating a potentially poisoned pet. We have the ability to help every poisoned pet, with all types of poisonings, 24 hours a day. Our knowledge and expertise of pet poisons will put your mind at ease when dealing with a potential emergency. – It is the mission and purpose of the AWFNJ to unite all New Jersey animal protection organizations, to exchange ideas and information to work collectively to elevate the standard of care and level of knowledge related to animal welfare in the state of New Jersey. – Founded in 1866, we were the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere to provide an effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. – An estimated 90% of the animals that enter shelters are adoptable, or could be, with care and treatment. The problem is a big one, no question... but we believe it's possible to make senseless killing a thing of the past. Provides many free and paid services that are instrumental in finding lost dogs and cats. We're used by countless shelters and rescue groups when a reliable lost pet service is needed and are solely responsible for finding thousands of lost dogs and cats since 20008. – Dedicated to protecting and preserving the well-being of animals, both domestic and wild; to enforcing without prejudice and with equality, local and state statutes pertinent to all animals, their control, their keeping; promoting and encouraging opportunities for educational standards and requirements by which the performance of the profession may be measured. – One of its most important functions is the representation of the viewpoints of veterinarians to the state legislature and regulatory agencies. The legislative committee works with our legislative agent and our executive director to monitor and analyze legislation and regulations. – An online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of nearly 14,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases. – Provides emergency 24/7 transportation to your vet of choice. If you are homebound, carless or otherwise unable to travel, we can help. Insured- Bonded and pet CPR certified. – As an international fundraising organization, working in collaboration with existing conservation groups to bring substantial financial support to the conservation movement on a worldwide scale.
– There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live, or are headed in New Jersey, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We'll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability. – Our guiding principles are kindness, fairness and love. We use only positive training methods – treats, toys, play and petting. If it's not fun for your dog, we won't do it. – Retreats for people and their dogs to deepen their relationship through education and organized play in an experience designed to be transformational for both species. – New Jersey dog parks and outdoor areas. – A comprehensive guide to ALL dog parks within the State.
– Focusing on saving Death Row Animals from kill shelters; fostering them in a home; providing them with all the love and medical attention they require until they find their forever homes; educating the community about the animal over population problem and the importance of spaying and neutering. – We're mothers and fathers with babies and young kids and teenagers and grown children ... we're teachers and accountants and doctors and lawyers and veterinary assistants and computer professionals and marketing executives and secretaries and business operators ... we're breeders and trainers and competitors ... but most of all, we're pet owners who are hooked on Goldens and who feel compelled to help those of them in need. – Finding homes for ex-racing greyhounds is a labor of love. Today, that devotion finds homes for more than 250 greyhounds each year. The Greyhound Friends philosophy: Accept those greyhounds in need of a safety net, regardless of gender, size, color or age. There is a home out there for every one of them; it's our job to find it. – Committed to the rescue, shelter, care and adoption of stray, abandoned and unwanted animals in the tri-state area. We are also dedicated to furthering the public's education concerning the issues of proper pet care and the importance of spaying and neutering all dogs and cats alike. – Providing homeless dogs and cats with medical attention, shelter, and boarding, then we find them permanent loving homes. – Our mission: to provide exceptional care for homeless animals; to promote spaying/neutering, microchipping and humane education; and to place homeless cats and dogs in permanent, loving homes. – The NJSPCA invites you to join our fight. We are a Not-For-Profit organization, and receive no federal, state, or local funding. Here you will find a listing of Animal Shelters in New Jersey. – Started because its volunteers saw they could do so much more to help animals. Many times we get asked how we got into rescue work. Our rescue's founders started off with dog walking at a local shelter, then fostering and fundraising, then took the big leap into starting a rescue. – Formed to serve the needs of homeless dogs by providing loving and expedient rescue, foster homes and placement with a great measure of compassion and through teamwork with you and other rescue groups and shelters. – Dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. Its services to the community include pet adoption and animal rescue, animal assisted therapy, humane education, dog training, and pet loss support. – Our mission is to rescue cats, dogs, or any animal in need, provide them with medical attention, rehabilitate them, and provide a temporary loving environment until we find a permanent home through adoption. In addition, we have hands-on volunteers who help NJ residents spay and neuter feral cats to help reduce the number of unwanted kittens in shelters. – Dedicated team works together, combining our skills and love for animals to provide a safe haven to so many animals in need.