Photo Gallery Of Our Adoptable Dogs
Our Adoption Fees: $400 - Dog / $425 - Puppies
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"If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men."
St. Francis of Assisi
Car Wash & Adoption Event @ Thomaston Feed
Sunday, August 12, 2018
9 am to 1:30 pm
688 Westwood Avenue, River Vale, NJ
have ALL found their forever home!
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Clarisse Ruby Jenny Happy Jack Ryder Roger Tori Daisy
Peace4Paws is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit public charity based in Northern New Jersey.
Since 2007, we have been dedicated to supporting sanctuary and forever homes for the animals retired from work in research and related fields as well as shelter dogs through our foster & adoption programs, fundraising events involving music, yoga, animal friendly events & more plus student outreach to kids from kindergarten through college.
Research Animals Make Exceptional Pets!
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TURNER NEEDS YOUR HELP
PLEASE DONATE TODAY!
In a very poor rural county in Northern Mississippi the stray dogs are often shot, or thrown into outdoor concrete kennels with only open ended barrels for warmth. In this area temperatures have remained below freezing for the past week, and at night get as low as 8 degrees, yet there were 6 dogs, freezing to death in this kennel. The sheriff of this town announced that he would shoot the dogs after the New Year if they hadn't frozen to death first. We heard about this nightmare of a situation and sent one of our volunteers down there to save as many as she could.
Thats where we found Turner. This 18 month old lab/pit mix was shivering in his kennel, his water frozen solid, his food gone. But when he saw people coming to save him, he immediately started wagging his entire butt and jumping on his cage. Regardless of the hardship Turner faced in his early life this boy is a dream dog. He was exceptional in the car on the way to the vet, played with the cats and other dogs while at the vet, and gave everyone kisses who came his way. As soon as our volunteer met this amazing dog we committed to doing whatever it took to save his life.
Unfortunately Turner has ocular dermatoid under his left eye lid. This is a mass made up of skin and hair that he's probably had since birth. If we don't take him to a surgeon ASAP to get it removed Turner will more than likely go blind, and he will always be in tremendous pain. We have a top surgeon who is willing to do his surgery for $1,500 and getting Turner pain free is worth every penny.
Please donate to this happy boy's surgery. He spent weeks in an outdoor kennel in below freezing weather and survived. We can help him survive this.