Pets & Animals

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Contact: Al & Tammy Stell

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Giving out pet food, treats and toys to furbabies in need.

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Contact: Jeanne Mahoney, RN, LPC, Executive Director

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Services offered:  Counseling and Mental Health

Licenses:  Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Nurse

Tags:  Horses, Counseling and Mental Health

We are a re-energized non-profit and we offer the following services:

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

Therapeutic Horsemanship

Family Therapy

Leadership and Team building Retreats

Couples Therapy

Equine Assisted Learning

Equine Services of Heroes – A Veteran Program

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Contact: Pamela N Phillips, President

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Tee Shirts, Sweat Shirts, Hoodies, Dog Treats, Dog Waste Bags.

We are a non profit that works with Salem County Humane Society,  Pennsville Animal Shelter and Gloucester County Animal Shelter.   We do fundraisers within the county & Gloucester County to help with their daily needs, ie. dog food, peanut butter, sheets, towels, biscuits, etc. Our goal is to build our bank account up enough to help the shelters with vet bills/meds.

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Contact: Jason & Signe Bell

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Voted Best Pet Kennel of Salem County

  • Dog Boarding Kennel
  • Dog Day Care
  • Dog products
  • Grooming

Days/Hours:  8am – 10am and 4pm – 6pm

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159 Alloway Friesburg Rd Alloway NJ 08001 Work Phone: 302-275-6170
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Contact: Vicki Tepper
233 S Broadway Unit B10 Pennsville NJ 08070 US Cell Phone: 609-617-6742 Work Phone: 856-678-8600 Work Fax: 856-678-0355 Website:

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Pet grooming training and boarding.

Business Days / Hours
Mon-Sat: 9-8
Sun: 10-6

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Contact: Tammy Stell, Jr. Vice President/Fundraising Chairman

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The Salem County Humane Society is a no kill shelter for homeless dogs and cats, located in Carneys Point, New Jersey. As a no kill shelter, we work hard to place animals in loving homes, but for those dogs and cats who aren’t able to attract a new family, they remain at the shelter permanently and they see all the volunteers as their family.

We operate strictly by donations and fundraisers, not by any local, state, or federal government funds, and our staff is 100% volunteers. We do not perform animal control duties; each township within Salem County has its own animal control officer.

All our animals at the shelter receive veterinary care including spaying and neutering. We never discriminate on the basis of health or age, and take in the abused, unwanted and abandoned companion animals that other human beings have forgotten. We hope people will become more aware of the plight of homeless animals as well as realizing the benefits of adopting an animal in need. We hope you will open your heart and home to one of these pets who is just waiting for the right person.