Pick Your Paw Animal Rescue is a small, grassroots network of 10 to 12 animal lovers working together to rehabilitate 6 to 10 rescued dogs at a time, until that rescue is ready for placement as a companion animal. They pull dogs from local New Jersey kill-shelters, the New York City Animal Care and Control’s nightly “To Be Destroyed” List, and Philadelphia’s Animal Care and Control. They are committed to providing spay/neuter, all appropriate medical treatment, foster homes, training, socializing, and creating behavioral improvement plans for every dog that enters Pick Your Paw Animal Rescue.
Pick Your Paw makes a lifetime commitment to each dog to help them become stable pets and to match them to their best forever of the adopter and general public are vital components of our program as we work to end the ease with which people give up on, and ‘throw away’
their family pets. Each dog that exits a shelter, a surrendering home, or a transport vehicle hears the same whispered words, “You
are safe. You will not be hurt again. You will find your home, I promise you.” In every walk, play date, training class, adoption event or adopter interview, this promise is made good.
All of their dogs are placed in foster homes. Dogs are fully vetted, providing the same level of veterinary care for the rescue dogs that they provide to our their family pets. They consult with animal behaviorists to address issues that dogs enter the program with in order to make them more highly adoptable. Dogs have attended and graduated from Canine Good Citizen classes. All applicants are carefully screened, including a comprehensive reference check (veterinarian and personal references), multiple phone interviews, and home checks. Follow up check and calls continue past the adoption. They provide support, advice, and continued contact for each adopting family.
They always have a few dogs at the center each day. How many dogs they have there depends on if their fosters can drop them off. If there is a particular dog that someone is interested in meeting, they can get prescreened by filling out an adoption application and can arrange a meet n’ greet in the adoption center.
The rescue is an all dog breed rescue. They also help educate the public to create a different viewpoint of the pit bull terrier, which in shelters need the most help. Pick Your Paw Animal Rescue is a volunteer based, non- profit, 501(c )3 organization. The location of the adoption center is on the lower level of the mall by Sears. Hours are Monday and Tuesday 12pm to 6:30pm. Wed- Sat-11am to 6:30, Sunday 11am to 5:30pm.
The organization is 100% volunteer based, 100% donation funded and 100% foster based so without the help of volunteers, fosters and the public donations they cannot run the rescue. They also sell merchandise to raise money along with holding in store fundraisers. The rescue is always looking for donations that are on their wish list. Training Treats, balls, work to eat toys, puzzles, dog/cat toys, blankets, sheets, towels etc. The Adoption Center phone number is 732-252-9686. Please email us at email@example.com or call Tammy at 908-433-1796 for more info www.pickyourpaw.org for an adoption application.
Whoopie Pie- is as sweet as his name! This handsome boy is an 8-month-old Lab mix. Whoopie loves to snuggle play ball, wrestle with his friends, and eat snacks. He would love his own family to run and play with.
Puddin Pie- this sweet boy is an 8-month-old Lab mix. Puddin was rescued with his 7 brothers and sisters from Mississippi. Puddin is a happy and fun boy that would love someone to go on adventures with.
Rosie- is a sweet little 7-year-young Maltese. Rosie was surrendered to PYP when her elderly owner could no longer care for her. Rosie is a lovable little girl that loves to sit on your lap and be held. Rosie is looking for someone to love her and treat her like a little Princess.
Meatball- this loveable hunk is a gorgeous little low riding tank. Meatball is 4 years old, neutered, micro chipped, crate and house trained.Meatball loves people and would love a family to call his own. He is a pretty active boy that loves to run and play then nap on the couch.
Ashes – is an American Bulldog mix, 8-years-old, spayed, and house trained. She is a bit of a couch potato and would do best in an adult home and as the only pet. If you like heavyset girls that snuggle and snore, she’s the ONE!!!!
Tara- this sweet girl is a lovable Lab mix and she is as happy as can be. Tara is around 9 years young. She is spayed, micro chipped, and vaccinated. Tara is house trained. She loves meeting new people, going for casual strolls, and snuggling on the couch! Please open your heart and home to this sweet girl.
No More Pain Rescue – Staten Island
No More Pain Rescue- saves dogs from neglect, abuse and cruelty, as well as from disasters across Puerto Rico and Mexico. They rehabilitate them in their Staten Island facility and find perfect forever homes for them. They have dogs for every family, ranging from 8 weeks old to senior dogs. If interested in seeing all the dogs they have available please follow them on social media at no- morepainrescue or visit their website at nomorepainrescue.org for more information or to fill out an application. I urge you to go visit their facebook page. There you will see new animals that just arrived, many puppies and rescued dogs. Look here before you go elsewhere!!!!!!
Reina- 1 yr. old Pitbull rescued from Puerto Rico. She’s extremely sweet and loves everyone. She’s crate trained and would do great in any home.
Eden- 2 yr. old Pitbull from North Carolina. She was going to be euthanized because she was pregnant but was saved. All of her puppies have been adopted. Now it’s her turn. She is so sweet and loves kids and people.
Relei- 2 yr. old Pitbull from Puerto Rico. Loves people and younger dogs.
Serenity- 2 yr. old Ocelot cat. They also have her sister and son.
Apex- 9-month-old Ocelot cat. He’s extremely curious and social. Loves other cats and small dogs. He’s very affectionate. He Loves
being around people.
Choppa- 1-year-old Pitbull. He’s happy all the time. Loves everyone he meets. He’s great with other cats, dogs and kids.