Henri is Missing, Help Us Reunite Henri With His Family

April 14, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - Please spread the word! Hemi was LOST on April 13, 2018 in Nutley, NJ 07110 Near Howe Ave & Washington Ave

Message from Owner: Never thought I'd be here writing this. Please be on the lookout for our senior cat, Hemi. We are worried sick about him since he is an indoor cat, on meds and special diet. Our nearly 3 year old son misses his best friend so much. $$reward ...

Bloomfield Firefighters Help Find Forever Homes for Best Friends at Township Animal Shelter

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Bloomfield firefighters visited the Bloomfield Animal Shelter today as a part of a project to find dogs and cats their forever homes. 

Foley, a one-year old pitbull mix jumped at the chance to sit on the bumper of a firetruck to get some great ear scratches. 

Blackie, a two year old domestic short hair cat loved being held by one of Bloomfield's bravest, but ...

Nutley Municipal Clerk Office to Hold Extended Hours for Dog and Cat Registration

NUTLEY, NJ -The Municipal Clerk will have extended office hours to license dogs and cats on Wednesday April 18, and Thursday April 19. All extended hour sessions will take place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

License Fees:

Spayed/Neutered Dog and Cat Licenses: $15.00
Non-Spayed/Neutered Dog and Cat Licenses: $18.00

License Fees for Senior Citizens 65 years of age and ...

Bateman Bill, “ Bijou’s Law”, to Require Training, Licensing for Pet Groomers

TRENTON, NJ - State Sen. Christopher "Kip" Bateman (R-16) will introduce legislation to increase protections for family pets by requiring pet groomers to be properly trained and licensed following the deaths of three dogs in five months at different New Jersey pet salons. .

“It is sadly far too common for us to read of dog grooming deaths in the news,” said Bateman.

Injured Falcon in Bloomfield Tended to By Animal Control

BLOOMFIELD, NJ--At approximately 2 p.m., the Bloomfield Police Department was alerted to an injured large bird in front of 43 Broad Street, the Bloomfield College Starbucks and Bookstore.

Once on scene, the Police notified Bloomfield Animal Control to tend to the injury.  Animal control identified the bird as a falcon and they placed it into a cage for transport to Franklin Lakes Animal ...

Dozens of Four-Legged Residents Come Out For Nutley's Free Rabies Clinic

NUTLEY, NJ - Dozens of cats and dogs came out to Nutley's annual rabies clinic Monday April 9 at Nutley Public Safety Headquarters. 

In order to reside in Nutley, every dog and cat must be registered with the township. Vaccinations against rabies are a part of the registration process. After receiving their free vaccines, a separate station was set up for registering the four ...

Nutley Public Affairs Invites All Four-Legged Residents to Free 2018 Rabies Clinics April 9, 10

NUTLEY, NJ - Four-legged residents are invited to the township's rabies vaccine clinic on Monday April 9 and Tuesday April 10. Each clinic runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Rabies vaccines will be administered at Nutley Fire Headquarters on Chestnut Street. 

The vaccine clinic is free for Nutley residents. The vaccines are good for three years.

In order to register a dog or cat in ...

Lost Spotswood Cat Finds His Way Home

SPOTSWOOD, NJ - A borough kitty safely returned home on his own last Thursday, making for a very happy holiday weekend for his family. Oreo slipped away from his Adirondack Avenue home on the evening of March 18 and was missing for 11 days.

The Gregory family hung lost cat signs on the street surrounding their Spotswood home and took to social media to help locate the white cat with a large ...

64-Year-Old Man Arrested for Allegedly Swinging Dog into a Tree Limb on Leash

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair Police arrested 64-year-old Lawrence Athill on March 18 after he is alleged to have swung a dog by its leash through the air and into a tree limb on Eagle Rock Way. 

Police state that after being observed, "swinging a dog through the air on a leash, into a tree," Athill was arrested and charged with Cruelty to Animals.

Officers ...

Union County, N.J. Horse Farm Quarantined, 1st Case of EHM In State In '18

TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has quarantined a property in Union County after a horse developed the highly infectious equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM). EHM is the often deadly neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) infection. No recent movement had occurred at the index property prior to this case. 

The horse has been moved into the ...

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