Several pregnant dogs have been recovered along with newborn puppies just hours old. Many of these poor animals were so matted in their own urine and feces that they could barely walk in their small, excrement filled kennels and were forced to drink out of filthy water bowls, if any was accessible at all.
Our team spent hours inside the sweltering house, with ammonia so strong it burned their eyes, in full PPE until every single dog was out safely recovered and brought back to our shelter.
It was a trying day for our staff but now is when we need you, our supporters. All of these dogs will need extensive medical attention, emergency grooming, spay/neuter, vaccines, microchips, foster support, and of course, adoption when we finally get there. Please consider making a donation to help us give these scared and confused babies the best chance of living a normal life. Now is when we need you most. ❤️
You can donate through Facebook or by scrolling to the online form below.
We are also in need of groomers as well as foster homes ASAP. If you can provide grooming services please email [email protected] If you can provide a foster home without small children, please email [email protected]
Media inquiries can be sent to [email protected] Photos courtesy of Lindsay Sanator, Monmouth County SPCA.
Again, thank YOU for your never-ending support! It will be a long road for these dogs but we’re ready for anything and that’s thanks to our amazing donors ❤️
Please note: The dogs are not available for adoption yet as they still need to be medically and behaviorally assessed as well as spayed/neutered. Keep checking our website and social media for updates!