This week our kennel is blissfully empty. Nineteen of our shelter dogs are basking in the comfort of loving foster homes, who graciously opened their hearts and hearths to provide shelter pets in need with a holiday vacation. Your compassion means the world to Laurel and Babylon, and all our LHS pets awaiting new homes. May we all experience such comfort and joy this holiday season, and all throughout the year. Irene & Espi
Bark in the Park is one week away and we're so excited to share this gorgeous day with you! Join LHS friends and family as we celebrate adoption and raise funds to support local homeless pets. We'll have food, games, 30+ vendors, a bounce house, balloon animals, dog training demos, fitness classes (for humans)- and of course- our famous pet fashion show. This year we're welcoming special guest the Dogist, who will be live instagraming from the event.Bark in the Park isn't just our largest pet festival and fundraiser, it's also a homecoming celebration for a lot of our LHS alumni....
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Over the past few months we've been working with The S3 Agency, one of New Jersey’s premier creative agencies, to come up with our first large scale advertising campaign. This is the latest creation to come from S3's pro-bono program, “S FREE” - where NJ-based organizations can apply for free creative services. On June 19th it was launched! We're hoping to increase awareness of our work and our animals looking for homes and second chances. The #AdoptACityPet summer campaign will reach commuters using public transit with a very important message: adopting locally is the biggest pet adoption impact you...
2016 was another tremendous year of service for LHS! Thanks to all the supporters, volunteers, and donors who made our success possible. We couldn't have done it without you! Download and print the infographic here.
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Feather, the sweet dog who came to LHS after she had been allegedly beaten by her owner, is on the road to recovery thanks to the generosity of our donors. Feather's femur injury was so complex she ended up needing to have a second surgical procedure to ensure her leg healed properly, but despite her traumatic past and her ongoing medical challenges, Feather still adores people. After weeks of being confined to keep her from re-injuring the leg, and having to be carried in and out for each walk, Feather has started her daily routine of physical therapy - Continue reading
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This last weekend dozens of volunteers came to LHS to help during NBC and Telemundo's "Clear the Shelters" national adoption promotion. They cleaned cages, helped with media, brought snacks for the team and generally helped our facility and animals look their best. We can't thank you enough for your time and dedication.Last year this event was incredibly successful for LHS: we waived fees on dogs over 40 pounds and cats over 4 months and were able to place 17 dogs and 22 cats into new homes. This year we did exactly the same thing, but we weren't so successful. I wanted...
Liberty Humane Society's Low-Cost Wellness Clinic was featured in the summer issue of Best Friends' Magazine!