In late February, the Society's Animal Control Officer (ACO) responded to check on a dog that may have been abandoned in a detached garage in the back of a property. A warning notice was attached to the building. In the meantime, no one responded to the warning left at the garage. Two days later, an Animal Control Officer re-visited the scene to discover the dog nursing two pups.
Beautiful Mama Berry awaits a loving home.
A check was made of local neighbors who advised that the residents moved a few weeks before. The Police were called to the scene while the Society ACO removed Mama and her babies and brought them to the Society's Tinton Falls facility. A license was found on Mama and a letter was sent to the person advising him of our location.
The garage where Mama Berry had to give birth and try and keep her puppies alive. It was reported there were rats in the unheated garage, and the dogs were unprotected from any animal or person who could just come up and approach them.
He refused to pay the charges and advised that he would contact his attorney. We never heard back from the alleged owner or his attorney. That was a month ago and now the Society has placed Mama Berry and her babies, Razzle and Dazzle, up for adoption.
Razzle and Dazzle wait for their forever homes.
Thanks to donations from our supporters, the Society can give long-term care for those animals that need to stay with us for awhile. Please donate and help us continue to save lives like these.
Mama Berry, Razzle and Dazzle are now at the Society's Tinton Falls facility, convalescing until a lifetime of love is found. For more information, call the Society at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us and refer to file numbers are 68400-F, 68401-F and 68402-F.
The Society is located at 2960 Shafto Road, near the Route 33-34 Circle and convenient to Exit 102 (So) and Exit 100-B (No) of the Garden State Parkway. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience between 12 and 4 (closing Easter at 2 p.m.)