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Quick Work by Animal Control and Bloomfield Fire Department Saves Stray Dog

March 6, 2019

BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- On Tuesday morning Bloomfield animal control Officers Jaclyn Mendyk and Melissa Johnson responded to a report of a dog stranded in the middle of the shallow brook behind Pine Street.  The brook is a part of the Second River, a tributary of the Passaic River.  

Due to inaccessibility, Animal Control called for the Bloomfield Fire Department to help ...

Buddy Went for a Walk in Nutley and His People Miss Him, Have You Seen Buddy?

NUTLEY, NJ - Buddy is a three year old neutered Beagle who went missing in Nutley. 

He is wearing a black collar with a blue tag.

He was last seen in Nutley on Tuesday March 5.

Don't chase Buddy, he'll run. 

He does need his medicine so it is very important that he get home to his people soon.

Anyone who has seen Buddy, or found Buddy, is asked to call ...

Quick Work by Animal Control and Bloomfield Fire Department Saves Stray Dog

BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- At approximately 840 a.m. this morning Bloomfield animal control Officers Jaclyn Mendyk and Melissa Johnson responded to a report of a dog stranded in the middle of the shallow brook behind Pine Street.  The brook is a part of the Second River, a tributary of the Passaic River.  

Due to inaccessibility, Animal Control called for the Bloomfield Fire ...

Quick Work by Animal Control and Bloomfield Fire Department Saves Stray Dog

BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- At approximately 840 AM this morning Bloomfield Animal Control Officer Melissa Johnson and Bloomfield Animal Shelter manager Jaclyn Mendyk and responded to a report of a dog stranded in the middle of the shallow brook behind Pine Street.  The brook is a part of the Second River, a tributary of the Passaic River.  

Due to inaccessibility, Animal Control ...

Bill to Give Research Animals a New "Leash" on Life Passes Senate

‘Home for Animals Heroes Act’ Creates Road to Adoption for Former Research Animals

TRENTON, NJ - New legislation, sponsored by Senator Anthony Bucco (R-25) giving research animals a chance to find their 'forever home' has passed the Senate.  The bill would require the State’s higher education institutions to offer laboratory cats and dogs to ...

Bill to Give Research Animals a New "Leash" on Life Passes Senate

‘Home for Animals Heroes Act’ Creates Road to Adoption for Former Research Animals

TRENTON, NJ - New legislation, sponsored by Senator Anthony Bucco (R-25) giving research animals a chance to find their 'forever home' has passed the Senate.  The bill would require the State’s higher education institutions to offer laboratory cats and dogs to ...

Bill to Give Research Animals a New "Leash" on Life Passes Senate

‘Home for Animals Heroes Act’ Creates Road to Adoption for Former Research Animals

TRENTON, NJ - New legislation, sponsored by Senator Anthony Bucco (R-25) giving research animals a chance to find their 'forever home' has passed the Senate.  The bill would require the State’s higher education institutions to offer laboratory cats and dogs to ...

Daniel Tiger Is Still Missing in Nutley. Have You Seen Him?

NUTLEY, NJ - Daniel Tiger was with his favorite little neighbor at ShopRite this week and may have decided to stay in the cart.

According to reports from Daniel's neighbor's Mom, they were at the Nutley Park ShopRite at about 10:30 a.m on Tuesday. 

Daniel has a little heart sticker on is pocket. 

Daniel's neighbor is one sad little girl. 

If you have ...

Authorities Seeking Information on Deaths of Two Cats in Asbury Park

FREEHOLD, NJ — The killing of two young cats found on a trash can in Asbury Park earlier this week is under investigation by law enforcement officials.

The public is being asked to help identify the individual responsible for the “cruel killing” of the black- and white-colored cats, whose bodies were found by authorities on February 18 on a garbage can near the 1200 block of ...

Authorities Seeking Information on Deaths of Two Cats in Asbury Park

FREEHOLD, NJ — The killing of two young cats found on a trash can in Asbury Park earlier this week is under investigation by law enforcement officials.

The public is being asked to help identify the individual responsible for the “cruel killing” of the black- and white-colored cats, whose bodies were found by authorities on February 18 on a garbage can near the 1200 block of ...

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