ABOUT SOUTH JERSEY PETS
South Jersey Pets is a pet resource website for those in New Jersey and the surrounding area. South Jersey Pets strives to enhance the lives of pets and support the efforts of those working with our homeless pet population through the advertisement of fundraising events as well as resource and information sharing for pet parents.
South Jersey Pets can be contacted via email at [email protected] .
Are you considering a family addition? If so, please don't shop... adopt. The local shelters are crowded and too many innocent pets loose their families and lives each day. They deserve a chance to be safe, loved and a part of a family. In the shelters you will find mixed breeds and pure breeds and if you have you mind set on a specific breed, there are so many breed specific rescues to contact. Visit the shelter/rescue page for just a few or search using the Pet Finder.
LOCAL EVENTS FOR THE HUMANS
LOCAL RABIES CLINIC INFORMATION
2019 Rabies Clinics
Atlantic County (shelter clinic)- www.atlantic-county.org/animal-shelter/rabies-clinics.asp
Cape May County- www.capemaycountynj.gov/186/Vaccinations
Camden County- suggest searching by municipality as a full schedule was not located
Gloucester County- www.gloucestercountynj.gov/depts/a/shelter/upevents.asp
Animal Welfare Association (Voorhees) vaccination clinic. Click for information.
PET'S BILL OF RIGHTS *WRITTEN BY MARK BRICKLIN
We have the right to stimulation. We need new games, new toys, new experiences, and new smells to be happy.
We have the right to regular exercise. Without it, we could become hyper, sluggish...or fat.
We have the right to have fun. We enjoy acting like clowns now and then; don't expect us to be predictable all the time.
We have the right to quality health care. Please stay good friends with our vet.
We have the right to a good diet. Like some people, we don't know what's best for us. We depend on you.
We have the right not to be rejected because of your expectations that we be great show dogs or show cats, watchdogs, hunters, or baby-sitters.
We have the right to receive proper training. Otherwise, our good relationship could be marred by confusion and strife - and we could become dangerous to ourselves and others.
We have the right to guidance and correction based on understanding and compassion, rather than abuse.
We have the right to live with dignity...and to die with dignity when the time comes.
UPCOMING PET FRIENDLY EVENTS
SJP's lists these events and is not the host/organizer. Please visit the Pet Friendly Events page for details and links to the hosting website.