One needs only look at those precious faces to know that they are feeling totally miserable and alone in this world.
Their skin condition was left alone and untreated … and then they were dumped in a box by the side of a residence in Neptune. We were contacted about the illegal abandonment and an ambulance was dispatched to the home. And now the AHS Tinton Falls facility has 3 more needy animals to help and make a difference in their young lives.
It will take longer to correct the demodectic mange but we are optimistic about our efforts. Thanks to the generosity of donors, our Res-Q Fund will help these three little pups -- Peanut, Butter, both males and Jelly,a female. Thankfully, they have each other to lean on -- and all three have us to care for them.
Our door is open to those who need assistance and we are not judgmental in individuals bringing helpless animals to the AHS. That is our mission, and we will keep our donors and viewers abreast as time passes and these pups' condition improves. Hopefully, they will be ready for the biggest, bestest Christmas present of all -- the gift of life in a wonderful new home!!!
For more information, call AHS at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us.
Check out the pups' November 10th Update!