Makes biggest dent yet in single year with 20,000 sterilizations For the first time in its 28-year history spaying and neutering dogs and cats, People for Animals (PFA) has sterilized 20,000 animals in a single fiscal year, preventing the birth of untold numbers of unwanted animals that may have flooded already overburdened NJ animal shelters.
Authorities removed nineteen dogs and puppies from a Readington Township home because the 66-year old woman could not care properly for them. Excerpts from article: Diane O'Donnell is president of People for Animals Spay/Neuter & Rescue Clinic in Hillside and owner of Longhill Kennel in Hillsborough. "I've seen worse," she said. "They were extremely dirty
The Scoop, Show 3.12 from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo. Producers Amanda Borella and Sharyn Alice Murray get the SCOOP on "People for Animals", a non-profit organization that specializes in low-cost veterinary wellness and spay/neuter services in New Jersey. Join host Natasha Sherman as she dialogues with Veterinary Services Director, David Croman VMD and Executive
Nellie, a sweet collie mix that was rescued by PFA, was recently chosen to appear on Animal Planet’s “Underdog to Wonderdog” TV series. When PFA found her, Nellie was badly neglected, her coat was terribly matted and she had a strong fear of men. The “Underdog to Wonderdog” team worked with her to overcome her