Over a week ago, AHS featured 3 dogs tied outside at a Newark residence that were brought to our shelter. They were poorly cared for, had little body weight to withstand the cold temperatures and with nothing to show that anyone cared about them.
A week later, an unnamed caller advised that they belonged to other people -- one was a service dog … then changed the story to say that it was a therapy dog.
Our Animal Control Officer just sent us pictures of the way that Chloe, Cody and Charlie were kept.
We find there is no empathy for the suffering that these animals endured without the benefit of being able to escape their hell.
Our donations are used to make life as comfortable as possible for the stray animals that were rejected as garbage by their supposed owners.
When our stories mention poor shelter, you might not be able to imagine the stark conditions where they stayed.
Each of these dogs are grateful for any attention and affection that is given to them.
The three pit bulls at the AHS in Newark are sweet, hungry for love and waiting to start a new life now that they are no longer confined to a spartan lifestyle. Please take a look at their sweet faces - Chloe (File# 141038-F) featured on top, Cody (File# 141039-M) in the middle, and Charlie (File 141949-M) at left.
To see these and the more than 150 dogs waiting for adoption, please feel free to visit the Associated Humane Societies at 124 Evergreen Ave. in Newark, just off of Frelinghuysen Ave., near the Elizabeth line. AHS is convenient to Rt. 1 and 9, NJ Turnpike, Route 22 and Garden State Parkway. The AHS is open 7 days a week for your convenience.