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Amos, Beavis Helped by Res-Q Fund



The economic climate has put a stranglehold on the efforts that pet owners can put forth in helping their dogs and cats that have developed health problems. They cannot afford veterinary care, medication, x-rays and pet food. The Society has become the magnet for pet owners. Veterinarians who do not wish to reduce their fees refer pet owners to the Society’s Medical Dept. where we attempt to assist without bankrupting our financial efforts.

Featured are some of the animals surrendered to the Society that are in need of new homes. The Society has set up the Res-Q Fund which is always in need of more donations to help the continual line of needy animals that come through our doors. Please donate to our Res-Q Fund and help the next injured animal that comes through our doors.

Meet Amos - a strapping young man who proved no match for the car that fateful day his life changed. Thanks to the Res-Q Fund, Amos is now healing from his injuries and is looking for a responsible, bully-breed loving family who promises to keep him safe. He is obedient, gently take treats and has admirable dinner manners. Please visit and meet Amos - 92282-M (Newark) or contact us if interested in adoption.. The Society is open 7 days a week for your convenience -- from noon until 5 p.m.

Beavis - GOOD NEWS - BEAVIS HAS BEEN ADOPTED!

At 6 months of age, Beavis was surrendered to the Society because he "wasn't housebroken" and his owner no longer wanted the pup. After entering our doors, we immediately saw what the problem was -- a prolapsed rectum that had gone untreated for some time. He was surrendered through no fault of his own .... but because of their misunderstanding of his housebreaking problem.

Beavis has undergone immediate surgery and is an immediate favorite with the Medical Dept. staff. He is now doing well, is friendly with other dogs, staff and visitors. But he searches each face to see if this is the person who will give him a lifetime commitment of love. Beavis is now perfecting his housebreaking skills, takes treats gently and sits on command to offer a paw. Now he waits to offer his heart. He is an outstanding canine ambassador who needs a family to go home with. File N-92043-M (Newark).

7/2/2010

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