When residents were waking after a peaceful night, they found a pathetic dog huddled in the bushes in their backyard. The Asbury Park residents called AHS to rescue the skeletal stray that would not have survived much longer in the brutal icy cold weather. An ambulance was dispatched at 8:00 a.m. to rescue the pitifully gaunt lass.
The Boxer mix is extremely sweet, gentle and grateful for the compassionate care given to her.
Thanks to the generosity of animal lovers, your donation and AHS's open door policy will invite this emaciated lass to stay with us until she has improved and can then be adopted into a loving family.
We call her Lynette and sadly no one ever came forward to acknowledge ownership or concern. There was no identification, collar or microchip on Lynette.
She is at our Tinton Falls facility and hoping that Valentine's Day will bring her the lasting love and affection she is waiting for.
For more information, call AHS at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us and refer to Lynette and File 7491.
Take a look at Lynette now! Beautiful and ready to find her forever home. This photo was taken March 7.
All animals adopted from AHS are furnished with FREE collar, i.d. tag, microchip, leash and spay/neuter. Stop in at AHS at 2960 Shafto Road in Tinton Falls. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience.