October 18, 2017 - Wiley Venezia (formerly Romeo) showing off his fancy new St. Hubert’s Training School diploma and his amazing “Sit & Stay” skills! Cheryl, his very proud dog-mom, accompanied Wiley through our Basic Obedience class and made sure that he did all of his homework! Wiley was adopted from St. Hubert’s back in August and his favorite hobbies include snuggling, giving doggy kisses, and going for boat rides (but he hates the water)!
October 18, 2017 - A total of 138 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students from the Robert Morris Elementary School in South Bound Brook received a variety of St. Hubert’s Humane Education lesson on October 16th and 17th. Topics including Safety & Respect and Empathy & Compassion were discussed in small groups. In addition, the students had the opportunity to meet some very sweet domestic mice. Needless to say, these little critters were a big hit with the students!
October 18, 2017 - The Ward Family adopted Jax (formally Gio) in August. Jax and his new adoptive family were issued a scholarship upon adoption and just graduated Basic Obedience class.
October 1, 2017 - One of the domestic violence agencies that St. Hubert’s partners with recently referred to us a mother and daughter and their dog. The agency provided them with shelter while St. Hubert’s placed their dog in one of our foster homes. Knowing that their dog was safe and being cared for gave the mother and daughter peace of mind during what was already a stressful time in their lives. After several months the family found a new home and they picked up their loving dog and started their new life. They were so thankful, stating “If it were not for St. Hubert’s we don’t know what we would have done.”
Sept. 29, 2017 - Girl Scouts from the troop of Oak Knoll delivered several dozen handmade cat and dog beds to St. Hubert’s. The girls received their Bronze Awards for this project, and St. Hubert’s is grateful for their efforts!
August 2017 - Casey was transferred to St. Hubert’s from a shelter in Georgia, and in June he was adopted by the Perez family. Casey needed some work on his manners and received a scholarship to attend a Basic Obedience class at St. Hubert’s Training and Behavior Center. The family took advantage of their scholarship shortly after adoption and in August Casey graduated with flying colors!