The Associated Humane Societies/Popcorn Park is pleased to announce the digital picture frame as a pioneering advancement to bring animals available for adoption to the public. Many times there are businesses in which no pets are allowed due to health or safety regulations. It is not necessary to take animals out in the heat, cold, rain, etc. to be brought to pet stores where they could be traumatized or taunted. No health or bathroom issues are involved. While waiting for service, customers can see the many animals waiting for a forever home.
Mitch Horowitz, above right, and wife Katie, owners of Furballs Pet Grooming, were the first to volunteer efforts in having a digital picture frame at their place of business. Their store is located at 340 Rt. 9 South in Berkeley Township. For more information on their wide variety of services, call 732-269-8220.
Pictured are some of the merchants who have helped by joining this brand new effort! If you are interested in having a digital frame in your business, a $125 deposit, (which will be sent after the frame is returned to us), will entitle you to a digital frame . A weekly “refresher” memory card of new animals waiting for “a new leash on life” will be sent or delivered. For more information, contact us or call 973-824-7080 and ask for Karen Powell.
Dr. Richard Yacowitz, above, owner of Little Silver Animal Hospital met with Society staffers to expand and improve the adoption efforts of the Society. As a result of this meeting, the brainchild was formed for digital picture frames. The Little Silver Animal Hospital is located at 675 Branch Ave. in Little Silver, Phone: 732-224-9955.
Dr. Lisa Schorr of Whiting Veterinary Clinic located in the new Whiting Town Center, 108 Lacey Road in Whiting is using her own digital frame and the Society provides the montages by e-mail. Dr. Schorr has an in-house pharmacy, and carries pet food and treats for your furry family members. Phone: 732-849-0701.
Let your business help deserving animals find their forever homes! Contact us!