ESSENTIAL ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE LHS ANIMAL RESPONSE TEAM (ART) WILL CONTINUE, ON AN EMERGENCY/HIGH PRIORITY CALL BASIS. LHS'S SHELTER WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. ADOPTIONS WILL BE PROCESSED REMOTELY. ALL WELLNESS CLINICS ARE SUSPENDED. TO READ THE FULL ART STATEMENT, CLICK HERE.
LHS’s Wellness Clinic and Rabies Clinics are suspended until March 30th. We will revisit program schedules at that time.
PLEASE VISIT OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE PAGE FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION
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Support Liberty Humane Society and our Spay/Neuter program by attending the 2nd Annual Spay/Neuter Fundraiser on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at Harborside, 210 Hudson St. 7:30 to 9:30 pm. Tickets are $40.00 per individual and include two cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Thank you to Jaclyn Fulop and Exchange Physical Therapy Group for hosting this important fundraiser which subsidizes the Liberty Humane Society Spay/Neuter Program, and saves the lives of dogs like Karma. Karma, a nine-year-old lady, arrived with her owner Darren at our Spay/Neuter Clinic only to discover the she had a life-threatening infection, Pyometra, that needed immediate attention. Pyometra must be treated aggressively, if the treatment is not performed quickly the toxic effects from the bacteria are fatal. Lucky for Karma, the veterinarian was able to diagnosis the illness instantly and perform the surgery needed to keep her alive. The surgery is was a success and Karma’s life was saved. Spaying at an early age will avoid the risk of Pyometra and prevent the fatal disease from ever occurring. Darren, her owner, responded “I’m so grateful! I had no idea she was sick, If I’d known, I would have spayed her long ago. Thank you so much for saving my dog! “ Join Jaclyn Fulop and Exchange Physical Therapy at the 2019 Spay/Neuter Fundraiser and help Liberty Humane Society continue to provide low cost surgeries and help save a life! Purchase tickets or make a donation at: Liberty Humane Society.Continue readingBark in the Park is quickly approaching and we need your help to reach our $40,000 goal to support the medical care of homeless pets. Every year LHS treats and rehabilitates hundreds of animals. Dogs like Dutchess, who came to us with a terrible skin condition. She was infected, emaciated and incredibly unhappy. With an intense care regimen, staff and volunteer dedication, and the funding from generous supporters like yourself, Dutchess is now thriving. Dutchess isn't just a great, adoptable dog, she now LOOKS the part. Dutchess has a whole new lease on life, and another chance at happiness with a new family that will show her the love and care that she deserves. We've reached the halfway mark-- Rene, please help us reach our fundraising goal by September 28th, so we can provide more pets in need the same chance at happiness as Dutchess. Here's How: Start Your Own Fundraiser for BIP Help us make more second chances possible by asking your friends, loved ones, and colleagues to donate. Donate to BIP Give directly to the care of local homeless animals today. Bark in the Park will be held Church Square Park, Hoboken, on Saturday, September 28th. Please visit the BIP main page for more info about the event. We're so excited to accomplish great things together with you this year. For Dutchess, Liberty Humane Society P.S. We have room for just a few more vendors! We're still accepting applications to take part in this year's BIP.Continue reading
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