**If you are interested in adopting, please call our adoption center at 732-542-5962 or email [email protected]**
After a grueling 15 hours, all of the 276 dogs from the Howell case are resting quietly today. We have received an EXTRAORDINARY amount of people reaching out to help and we are so appreciative of that! There are several things you can do to help:
Donate: We are in need of monetary donations in order to provide vaccinations, microchips, spay/neuter surgeries, food, shelter and general compassionate care to the dogs we are currently housing. It costs around $20 per day, per dog so PLEASE considering donating towards these dogs. We have set up a special page so ALL donations will go directly towards this case:
You can find the page here:
OR checks can be mailed to:
PO Box 93
Eatontown NJ 07724
Foster: We are in need of foster home for several of the dogs we are housing. Dogs in our care, especially in cases like this, have a much easier time adjusting to their new surroundings in a home environment rather than in a shelter. If you are able to foster a dog, please email [email protected]
Shelter items: With the influx of dogs taken into the shelter, we are in need of blankets, towels, sheets, small/medium crates, dog toys, Science Dietdog food, and Purina ONEwet puppy food. Donations can be dropped off at either of our shelter locations (260 Wall St, Eatontown OR Freehold Mall Adoption Center) You can also visit our Amazon.com Wish List here:
Adopt: These dogs are not currently up for adoption and we do not have information on when they will be. The dogs we currently have need to be medically cleared, spayed/neutered, and assessed behaviorally before they will be ready to meet potential adopters. With the amount of dogs we currently have, it may take 1-2 weeks before the dogs are available. PLEASE REMEMBER we have PLENTY of dogs and cats waiting patiently at our shelter already for their homes!
Thank you to EVERYONE who has supported us including St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, Associated Humane Tinton Falls, Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, Howell Township Police 911 Communications,Howell Township Police EMS Division, Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Monmouth County Police, Fire & EMS, MONOC – New Jersey’s Hospital Service Corporation and the several other organizations who were there to help!