The Story of the Howell Dogs

The Story of the Howell Dogs

The AHS opened its doors to several animals that had been released to us after authorities found a hoarding situation at her Howell residence. Mercedes Lopez, a previous Animal Control Officer, was charged with numerous counts of animal cruelty. Newspaper reports indicate that there were over 200 animals that lived in and around the property … Continue reading

Humane News – April 2013

Humane News – April 2013

With Spring on its way, you’ll find lots of good news to read about – follow the story of Tez, a dog who lived on a short leash tied up in his backyard and his best friend, Telly; two cats rescued because a caring young boy asked for help; and a Poodle we rescued that … Continue reading

Anti- Bullying

Anti- Bullying

Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students. But bullies don’t always reserve their bullying entirely for other kids—often, animals are victims as well. Animals feel pain and fear like we do, but they are often helpless victims because they can’t say what happened to them. In fact, some people choose to abuse animals … Continue reading

NEW JERSEY AMERICAN WATER, SAHARA SAM’S OASIS TEAM UP TO PROMOTE SOUND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE WITH “GROUNDBREAKING” 3D FLOOR GRAPHIC

New Jersey American Water and Sahara Sam’s Oasis Water Park are teaming up to help Popcorn Park, while promoting sound water infrastructure with a, “groundbreaking” 3D floor graphic! From March 23rd through September, when you step into the 3D graphic at Sahara Sam’s, snap a picture, upload it to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag … Continue reading

UPDATE: Telly

UPDATE: Telly

It takes time to work through grief.  As Telly is still grieving the loss of a friend, he has showed some progress as well. Under his mask of fear and heart-brokenness is a friendly, loyal companion. We’ll continue to work this guy until he’s ready to find his new home.  This transition to his new stage in … Continue reading

Know Your Breeds: The Truth about Pit Bulls

Know Your Breeds: The Truth about Pit Bulls

For over a hundred years, Pit Bulls used to be referred to as “the nanny dog” and their main job was as babysitters. If you wanted to keep your children safe, the Pit Bull was the most faithful and loving dog of any dog breed, especially with children. In temperance tests (the equivalent of how many times … Continue reading

Poem: Telly

Poem: Telly

Written by: Judy Turner My name is Telly, and I am so sad you …see, My best friend Tess is forever lost to me. Some people came , and gave no thought to me, But my Tess was on the news, don’t you see. Well I went to this place, where love abounds, But still I am … Continue reading

Princess’ Story

Princess’ Story

Our ACO, Maria Cymanski, patrols the neighborhoods that we service and when she spots an animal in need, she is right there to help the animal and get them to safety. Maria discovered a beautiful Persian cat that looked quite neglected, some time ago in the town of Barnegat. The cat was living outside in … Continue reading