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jada's amazing transformation

Where ever she was kept, she languished in a hellish existence that did not seem to end for her.

At some point, she was either dumped or abandoned and she found her way to the Howell Police Dept. Last April, the AHS Tinton Falls Animal Care Center was contacted.  Due to her extremely poor and fragile condition, the Animal Control Officer brought her to an emergency veterinary hospital for after hours critical care.  It is not known how she received the wounds and injuries, but she was given immediate treatment which helped ease her suffering immediately.

How did Jada end up in the miserable existence that led her to this condition?  We'll never know, but due to her age of about 6-7 years old, she had once been someone's treasured pet. She was either stolen, given away, or lost and never returned home.  If a family must give up their beloved pet, it is a difficult decision and the owner may not always make a wise choice.  Jada is one of many dogs that arrive that had once been someone's pet and months or years later, we find the broken pieces of a heart that must be fixed.  Be sure to microchip your pet so in the event they stray, they are sure to be returned.


Jada has been under medical care at AHS Tinton falls for all these long months and, thanks to the wonderful people that contribute to our Res-Q Fund, she has made an amazing transformation, as you can see!  Jada is at the AHS Tinton Falls facility waiting to find a peaceful,loving home.  If you can't adopt Jada, please consider making a donation to our Res-Q Fund on her behalf so that we can continue to help the many pets that come to us, like Jada, every day for help.

For more information, call 732-922-0100 or e-mail lindsay@ahsppz.org   Or you  can visit the AHS shelter at 2960 Shafto Road in Tinton Falls any day of the week between noon and 4 p.m.

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