Monday, June 1, 2015

New Jersey dogs graduate rehab center

As kids graduate from schools, the ASPCA’s Canine Rehab Center in New Jersey has a group of dog “graduates” who have successfully completed their behavioral treatment programs and are now ready to start a new chapter in their lives and find loving homes.

To give you a little background, the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center, based in Madison, is the first-ever facility dedicated strictly to providing behavioral rehabilitation to canine victims of cruelty who suffer from severe fear and anxiety. At the center, a team of animal behavior experts work daily with these dogs until they could be made for adoption.

Below are a few outstanding dogs who graduated the rehab program and are currently available for adoption at the following animal shelters.

Most of these dogs came from some pretty horrible backgrounds, including dog fighting and puppy mills, and they have all come such a long way and are ready for their forever homes.

Here are some of the graduates that remain:

--From St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center (Madison.): Dermott (gentle Shepherd mix looking for a quiet home); Maryann; Bud; and Joe.

--From Sammy’s Hope (Sayreville): Janet (sweet & gentle Akita).

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