St. Hubert’s Responds to Emergency Dog Rescue

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St. Hubert’s was asked to assist in the rescue of a large number of dogs in Burlington County on Wednesday, November 14 and along with some of our partner organizations our team was on scene all day.  Our experienced staff assisted with the removal and transport of more than 150 dogs from one location. While the dogs have been surrendered and will be able to be placed in new homes soon, this is an open case and we cannot provide any information about the site or the case itself.  What we can tell you is that we have welcomed 44 of the dogs to our shelters and we will provide them with whatever each needs individually before they go to new homes.  To do that we need your help to support these deserving newcomers.  If you can, please make a special gift for their care or view our wish list of supplies that you can send directly to our shelter. If you have blankets and towels you can donate please bring them to any of our shelters—we are always in need of those.  If you can open your heart and home to foster a dog please contact our Foster Care Coordinator Steve at [email protected]    


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