BERGEN COUNTY PROTECT AND RESCUE FOUNDATION
Giving Pets A Second Chance on Life. Bergen County's Only No-Kill Animal Shelter.
PEDIGREE DOG FOOD
For Puppies Small Bites and Adult Dogs-Both Wet and Dry
Wee Wee Pads
Contractor Garbage Bags
Latex Gloves both Medium and Large
Kong Dog Toys
Nylabones Dog Bone of all sizes
Extra Large Dog Crates
IN THE NEWS: 12/ 20 /2013
RadioPets Internet Radio Broadcast with our very own
Vincent Ascolese, Supervising Animal Control Officer at Bergen County Humane Enforcement
WE HAVE ADDED DEDICATED EMAIL ADDRESSES FOR ADOPTION INFO
DOG ADOPTION INFORMATION........email@example.com
CAT ADOPTION INFORMATION........firstname.lastname@example.org
Pet adoption is an important decision, and one that requires careful consideration and dedication.
Your donations help us to provide veterinarian and wellness to animals in need of a loving home.
We are always in need of volunteers. Help us walk the dogs, feed the cats or provide administrative assistance in our office.
See below to download application.
SHELTER HOURS DONATIONS SERVICES VOLUNTEER
SUNDAY 12:00 PM--4:00 PM
MONDAY BY APPOINTMENT
TUESDAY 12:00 PM--5:00 PM
WEDNESDAY 12:00 PM--7:00 PM
THURSDAY 12:00 PM--5:00 PM
FRIDAY 12:00 PM--5:00 PM
fees vary. Please call
for more information.
Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation Wish List Registry
We provide pet microchipping services
Our very own list of pets for adoption on Petfinder
The leading non-profit cat advocates organization
BERGEN COUNTY HUMANE ENFORCEMENT
Our mission at Bergen County Humane Enforcement is to "Protect and Rescue" as many of the lost, stray and unwanted domestic animals as possible. With the professional use of humane traps and well planned trapping techniques, we are also able to capture and relocate various wildlife to safer locations. We also seek medical assistance and rehabilitation for any animals that are injured.
In addition to rescuing, protecting and relocating animals, we work very closely with many rescue groups and shelters to help find domestic animals their new fur-ever homes. Our aim is to keep animals off the streets and in a loving and caring environment. We also provide pet owners with advice and solutions to their animal related problems.
Supervising Animal Control Officer
Telephone (201) 621-4111
Shelter Address for Adoptions and Donation Dropoff:
302 2nd Street
Cliffside Park, NJ 07010
PO Box 1172, Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Phone: (201) 945-0649
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We are a 501(3)C non-profit organization
Our gratitude to Brian Moss for his photographic talent and devotion to photographic our adoptable pet. www.brianmoss.com