Tasha joins us after spending 5 long, lonely years in a local NJ shelter. Yes, you read that correctly, 5 years!!! Thanks to the kindness and compassion of her foster family, we were able to give her the much deserved opportunity that she has waited so long for.

As you can see, Tasha is all smiles as she settles into the perks of being in a home environment. She is happy to learn "how to dog" from her big fur-brother, Louie. Tasha is about 7 years old, dog friendly, cat friendly, and has been friendly towards all people. Don't let her age fool you- this girl still has a ton of energy and loves to play. She would love a house with a calm, balanced dog to play with and a family to take her for walks or adventures. Tasha would prefer a home with children 10+ because she is still settling in to life outside of the shelter.

Tasha has a lot of lost time to make up for and her foster family is helping her do that. They are working with her on her manners, teaching her how to play, and teaching her just how to be a dog. She loves to cuddle and is a big fan of belly rubs. Her foster parents describe her as a puppy stuck in a 7 year old's body!

*Photo by Dogs In Vogue @dogsinvogue_official


Woody is an adorable boxer mix who was found alone as a stray, suffering from an incredibly painful injury. This poor baby has a mid-shaft fracture of his front right radius and ulna which we are correcting through surgery. It is believed by our vets that he was hit by a car. It breaks our hearts that no one would stop to try and help him. 


Woody is about 2 years old and he weighs about 65 pounds. He has been incredibly sweet towards all humans and other dogs. We do not know how he is with cats or small children. He appears to be house-trained and he has no problem going in or out of a crate. Woody does his best to hobble around on his splint for bathroom breaks and he’s also great in the car. 


If you are interested in fostering or adopting, please apply today!