Tony Contreras has been walking dogs every week at PAHS for 12 years! The dogs start barking when they hear his voice and they can’t wait to see him and go for a long walk. He’s put a lot of miles on his shoes. Tony always gives them treats before he leaves, too. The humans, […]
On May 26th, 31 students from North Plainfield High School’s Bridge to Employment class, their teachers and a volunteer group from Johnson and Johnson came to the shelter to spend a few hours helping us. They split into inside and outside groups and went to work. The students that chose to work with the animals […]
By some estimates, almost 50% of cats in the United States are either overweight or obese. A few extra pounds might seem adorable on your sweet kitty, but the truth is that being overweight carries serious health consequences for felines. Below are seven health risks overweight cats face: 1. High blood pressure: Just like people, […]
From Kathleen O’Brien at NJ.com A New Jersey dog that was treated for “dog flu” by a veterinarian in New York State is the state’s first known case of canine influenza. The case was originally logged as occurring in New York until officials belatedly discovered the dog actually lives in New Jersey. The initial misunderstanding […]
Nate Ferriera celebrated his first birthday. We are sure that with the help of his parents, he wanted to have donations of dog and cat food made to PAHS! His friends were very generous as you can see. What a nice way to celebrate a birthday! Thank you Nate, and Happy Birthday!!
Melanie and Caroline Porras celebrated their birthdays this month. Melanie turned 7 and Caroline turned 4. These lovely young ladies decided that they had enough things and that the animals at PAHS needed some presents. So, their friends and family gave lots of nice gifts to our dogs and cats. How very generous Melanie and […]