up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Bonnie and Clyde (they do NOT need to be adopted together) went through a lot. They were brought to a rescue down south, where they were told they had been "found" on the side of the road. The puppies were stuffed in a cat carrier that was filled with feces. It was later found out that someone had bought the puppies, and the landlord said they could not have them, so they hid them on the back porch in the cat carrier. They lived in their own filth and were not cared for properly, and finally a family member took them and gave them to the rescue. They are both 4 months old and sweet as could be! They are said to be Chihuahua/Jack Russell mixes, and are good with dogs, cats, and kids. They deserve loving and amazing forever homes after all they have been through.
CSA was founded in 1990 by Veterinarian, Robert R Blease, DVM to provide an organization where all persons and groups can logically and intellectually discuss all issues affecting animal welfare. CSA has a "common sense" philosophy regarding food animals, wildlife, research and companion pets. We operate a No-kill Shelter and believe education and community service are our most valuable assets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our Shelter is located at 2420 Route 57, Broadway, NJ. Same location as the Animal Health Center.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fee, vet fee, microchipped and if not neutered, a spay/neuter deposit (refundable). All pets leave tested wormed-checked and treated for Ecto parasites (fleas, ticks) and vaccinated (including Rabies).
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