Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Today's Animal in Need

Hi Everyone - Because of a computer problem yesterday, this post about darling Colt had a blurry picture. We do apologize and are reposting for Colt!
This adorable puppy is Colt and he is today's Awesome Adoptable! Colt is an eight month old Labrador Retriever mixed breed who is currently in foster care. Colt is a wonderful puppy - He is smart, happy and energetic. Colt knows all of his basic commands and his housebroken.
Colt's family has two small children and they are not able to give Colt the time, attention and exercise that he needs as a growing puppy. Colt is fine with small children and good with other dogs. He is wishing for an active home where he can continue his obedience training and grow up to be an awesome dog! 
Colt's time in his foster home is running out quickly. For more information about Colt, please contact our Foster Coordinator Heather at HSpeeks@msn.com


South Jersey's Only 100% No-Kill Animal Shelterhttp://www.animaladoption.com/
Our Mission

To rescue and welcome abandoned and unwanted companion animals in a No-Kill environment.

To shelter, nurture, and support all loving animals until they find their families and can leave us for safe, caring homes.

To give care with compassion.

To gently and lovingly end the suffering of an animal if it is too ill or injured to recover.

To provide spay and neuter services to ensure that our animals cannot create other unwanted animals.

To take our mission out into the community to teach people about humane treatment and kindness toward animals and the importance of spay/neutering.

To be loving and supportive: with the animals, in our community, and to each other.
Company Overview
We're a non-profit group of animal lovers that seek to protect and provide for dogs and cats and animals in Camden County. Since our inception in 1991, we've dedicated our time and hearts to helping animals find homes and loving families. Though our resources are often limited, we cherish and nuture every cat and dog we're able to until they're adopted or we make sure they live out their lives in a caring, comfortable environment. We do not kill or euthanize animals in our care unless medically necessitated, and even then, only with heavy hearts.

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