A West Milford, NJ 07480 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.
This Rescue hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.
Sheryl's Den is a non profit corporation...a small rescue dedicated to saving dogs that otherwise would not make it out of high kill shelters. WE ARE NOT A SHELTER all our pups are fostered in loving climate controlled homes. We adopt out of state as long as your application is approved and you are willing to come to NJ in order to meet and adopt.
The mission of Sheryl’s Den Animal Rescue Inc., a charitable, not-for-profit 501c3 organization, is to rescue and supply animals, regardless of age or medical condition, with love, shelter, food, human companionship, medical care, and spay-neuter services until permanent placement is secured into a pre-screened loving home.
Sheryl’s Den will accept animals who are either abandoned in a shelter or living with an owner who can no longer supply care. We will also participate in rescue and placement of animals who are culled from the Puppy Mills or purchased at Puppy Mill auctions.
We wish to eliminate the euthanasia of healthy adoptable animals. We do not accept euthanasia as a means of population control for animals. We believe each animal's life is meaningful and each deserves a loving home. Educating and informing the public about the commercial dog industry, over population, and the need to spay and neuter companion animals is our goal. Responsible pet ownership is also very important to us, as well as reviving the spirit of volunteerism across our country.
Our volunteers are willing to foster or otherwise assist in this rescue effort. We are supported entirely by donations, adoption fees, and fund raisers.
Our goal is to ensure that the animals are not needlessly euthanized anywhere in America because of the lack of medical care or an available, loving home
We will set an appointment for you upon receipt of an approved application. FOSTER homes are urgently needed. More puppies and adult dogs can be rescued with your help. A two to two and a half week commitment is required. A crate, medical care and food are provided.