Greyhound Meet & Greet at Barkley's in Branchburg

Greyhound Friends of NJ (GFNJ) will host a Meet & Greet at Barkley's Marketplace, 3150 US-22 Suite 16, Branchburg, NJ on Sunday, May 16th from 12-3pm.  GFNJ volunteers and their dogs will be there to discuss greyhound adoption, and should have 3 adoptable dogs for prospective adopters to meet.

GFNJ is based in Cherry Hill, NJ with members across New Jersey.  Please check GFNJ on Facebook for photos and bios of adoptable dogs at https://www.facebook.com/GreyhoundFriendsofNJ/  and https://www.gfnj.org/ .  Prospective adopters should go to the website and submit a pre-adoption application online.

Contact Information
  1. Greyhound Friends of NJ
  2. 732-356-4370
  3. info@greyhoundfriendsnj.org
Sun, May 16
12:00 pm — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 05/16/2021 12:00pm 05/16/2021 3:00pm America/New_York Greyhound Meet & Greet at Barkley's in Branchburg

Greyhound Friends of NJ (GFNJ) will host a Meet & Greet at Barkley's Marketplace, 3150 US-22 Suite 16, Branchburg, NJ on Sunday, May 16th from 12-3pm. GFNJ volunteers and their dogs will be there to discuss greyhound adoption, and should have 3 adoptable dogs for prospective adopters to meet.

GFNJ is based in Cherry Hill, NJ with members across New Jersey. Please check GFNJ on ...

3150 US-22 Suite 16 Branchburg, NJ 08876

Barkley's Marketplace

3150 US-22 Suite 16
Branchburg, NJ 08876

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