NJ Aid for Animals Camden Pet Enrichment Program’s Free Vaccine Clinics have just finished.
The wonderful folks at New Jersey Aid for Animals have been hard at work taking care of so many deserving animals that need help. They sent us this update today…
As summer is just starting, NJ Aid for Animals Camden Pet Enrichment Program’s Free Vaccine Clinics have just finished!
Parvo and Distemper are highly contagious and often fatal diseases that are prevalent during summer months. For the fifth year in a row, NJAFA in March, April May and June administered just over 1000 free vaccines. This included not only yearly boosters, but first puppy shots and sign up for spay/neuter, free collars and leashes, food, low cost flea treatment and worming. Animals in distress were given temporary first aid. Click to see a video of a sample clinic.
A special thanks to our partners at the 3rd and Federal Streets Firehouse and the FOP Lodge #1, Camden City who always lend their support to NJAFA Pet Enrichment Program. Thanks to our guests and partners in rescue Animal Welfare Association and, in particular, Judi Russo and Dr. Van, Kibble Cupboard, Guardians of Rescue, and all the volunteers who gave up their Saturdays
“Phoenix” was the last animal to be vaccinated at our 2012 clinics. Phoenix was found starving in the streets by this kind resident and she had no money for a collar, leash or shots. NJAFA was there to help. Like Phoenix’s moniker, we will rise again next year in Camden and continue our work with your help.
Contact us to see how you can help us make an even bigger impact in 2013. Thank you!