The Garden State Animal Rescue Center, in conjunction with Husky House, has opened an adoption center in the Freehold Raceway Mall.
According to the centre’s Facebook page, the new facility “will allow GSARC to increase our support to the community by offering adoptions, educational seminars and pet supplies.” They plan to hold monthly seminars on a wide variety of topics related to animal welfare.
The adoption center is located on the first floor.
The Garden State Animal Rescue Center is a Manalapan-based nonprofit whose mission, according to their website, is: by granting respect to all animals, aims to improve their well-being and quality of life by providing rescue, veterinary care, enrichment and shelter. Provide affordable sterilization / sterilization and TNR programs. Commitment to working with volunteers and rescues to save animals. Offer community outreach programs to further educate the public about animal welfare and the prevention of animal cruelty. Our goal is to place animals in appropriate, loving and permanent foster homes.
Husky House is also a non-profit organization; Husky House is dedicated to helping abandoned Siberian Huskies and all dog breeds, including mixtures, get a second chance at life and a home they so deserve.
GSARC is looking for volunteers; if you are able to commit to at least six months of volunteering, you can apply here.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, or failing that, be accompanied by a parent. All volunteers go through a background check. They expect at least 8 hours per month of service.
The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Doyle. All opinions expressed are those of Bill Doyle.
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