Milford, New Jersey - Pet Adoption

4 Paws Dog Rescue of NJ has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Newfield, New Jersey.
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We are a small, non-profit 501c3 rescue group dedicated to rescuing abandoned, neglected, and abused animals. We are committed to helping one of the poorest county shelters in North Carolina by pulling dogs and puppies from the shelter every six to eight weeks and by helping with their medical bills and donating supplies. When we started helping Caswell County in 2008, their euthanasia rate was 90%, now it has dropped to 20% for their puppies and dogs! We do our own transport and place the rescued animals in foster homes until they become adopted. We also assist with local animals in need of rescue due to families who can no longer care for them as a result of economic hardship. We promote and insist on spaying and neutering of all pets, as this the only way to reduce the overpopulation of pets. All of our animals that are age appropriate are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. We also have a strict spay/neuter follow up policy for those animals that are too young at the time of adoption. BARK has been a proud sponsor of Purina Pro Plan® Rally to Rescue® since 2013. This is Bessie. She has been a part of our rescue for a little over a year. She is a pitbull mix and approximately 4 years old. She is spayed and update on shots. She came to us heartworm positive, and since then has completed her treatment and is now heartworm free. Unfortunately, she has several strikes against her, one being that she is a pit, two being that she does not like cats, and three that she does not do well with children under 12 years old. She also likes to pick and choose her doggy friends. She was a great mother to a litter of 6 beautiful puppies that were adopted a year ago. Bessie is waiting for her turn. Please stop by and visit her at Pet Supplies Plus located on Fair Lawn Avenue in Fair Lawn, NJ every Saturday and Sunday from 1:30PM - 5:30PM.
Critter Companion Rescue- NJ has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Sussex, New Jersey.
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To start the adoption process, fiil out the form on our website. . Your application must be approved in order to be referred for adoption of any dog in our care. All applicants are screened, a home visit is done and a vet and/ or other references are requested. Since a home visit is required, we cannot adopt long distance. We follow this protocol in an attempt to match the most suitable home for each GSP in light of its health, personality, behavior and other factors. Sometimes it will take a few days before you hear from someone. We do our best to contact potential adopters within 48 hours, but it is not always possible. Please be patient. An adoption fee is required. ALL of the dogs adopted through the GSP of NJ Rescue Program are spayed/neutered before placement, no exceptions. They also go to their new homes fully vaccinated, heartworm checked, and microchipped. All funds received are used to benefit rescued and future rescued GSPs. GROWL - NJ has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Edgewater, New Jersey.
Photo provided by PexelsBFF Dog Rescue NJ, Inc. has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Brick, New Jersey.
Photo provided by PexelsAnimal Adoption Center is a no-kill shelter for dogs and cats in southern NJ
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24 West Railroad Avenue
Tenafly, NJ 07670
The volunteers and staff at Pet ResQ are dedicated to finding the perfect home for each loveable pooch who is available through their adoption website. Pet ResQ goes to great lengths to make sure that no pet is left unwanted or abandoned, and you will often here of this group “flying in” dogs from all over the country. These dogs are often rescued from high kill shelters and brought here to NJ in hopes of finding their forever homes. Pet ResQ offers great advice for potential adopters and provides them with the skills, love and patience needed to take care of previously abandoned and special needs dogs.We are a county operated shelter providing animal control to contracting communities in Bergen County and Kearny in Hudson County. We accept owned animals for a fee from our contracted communities. If space permits, we will accept owned animals from other Bergen County towns. Except for Kearny, we do not accept animals from outside Bergen County. We do not process intakes of owned animals on Saturday or Sunday. Our contracting towns are Alpine, Bergenfield, Cliffside Park, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Hasbrouck Heights, Haworth, Kearny, Leonia, Little Ferry, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Maywood, Moonachie, North Arlington, Norwood, Oradell, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, River Edge, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Rockleigh, Saddle Brook, Tenafly, Teterboro, Upper Saddle River, Westwood and Wood-Ridge. For a stray found in any other community, call the police department of the town in which the animal is found to determine the appropriate agency that provides animal control for that community. Please call during business hours and select “0” to discuss intakes of owned animals from non-contracting Bergen County towns. Dogs, Cats, Birds, Rabbits, Ferrets, Guinea Pigs and other pocket pets - Cats, dogs and rabbits must be spayed or neutered before leaving. While we try to keep our pet list as up-to-date as possible, we cannot guarantee an animal will still be available when you arrive. We do not have the ability to maintain a waiting list. Because of that, we try to post the highly adoptable animals when they become available to give people a chance to get to the shelter the next day. If you see a puppy, kitten or a small dog, chances are it will be adopted quickly. If you take the time to email us or call, you might lose a chance at adopting. We do not ship animals. Your entire family, human and in the case of dog adoptions, canine, must come to the shelter for the adoption. Introductions of your dog to one of ours on weekends need an appointment.Spay and neuter services for shelter pets, veterinary services for shelter animals, around the clock animal control for sick, diseased, injured, or trapped animals, pickup of stray animals, bi-monthly rabies clinics, trapping nuisance or dangerous wild animals, computer identification system, educational programs. Dogs - $75-100, depending on age