Meet sweet Tyler. Tyler is one of the happiest dogs you will ever meet. He's always thrilled to see anyone, play ball, go for walk, sit by your side or in your lap, he thinks he is a lapdog. Tyler is just about three years old, neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Gets along well with other dogs but would do best without cats. You just can't help but to smile and be happy when with Tyler, he won't have it any other way. He loves life and wants to be a part of a family of his own. Make Tyler a part of your family and you are guaranteed to smile and laugh everyday.
This is Snoopy. A couple of weeks ago we got an email from Monmouth County SPCA asking if we could help find a way to give Snoopy a second chance (he has some fear aggression that needs to be worked on). This morning was the first day of his second chance, he was on transport to our board and train trainer, Mike Robertson, owner of White Mountain College for Pets. We will see you again soon Snoopy!! Thank you Mike for helping us, we would not have been able to help Snoopy without you.
We're off and running!!! SAVING PAWS RESCUE'S FIRST PET PHOTO CONTEST - PIX FOR PETS
July 14, 2015
Shelly is out of surgery and is leaving the vet's after having surgery to remove a mammary tumor. We love her big smile. A huge thank you to Leo's Helping Paws for making this possible. Thank you, thank you! Shelly sends everyone tons of hugs and high paws! We love you Shelly!
Remy is a 10 year old poodle mix that spent 3 days before Christmas in a critical care hospital; he is now on the mend thanks to his amazing foster mom but it's been discovered that he is diabetic and a mass has been found near his pancreas. We have to get his diabetes under control and then do what we can about the mass. Remy will most likely stay with his foster mom for the rest of his life and we will give him the best care possible, not to mention the amount of love he gets every day. Remy's bill was just under $2,800 and we can't help any of the shelter dogs till we payoff the bill.