Directory of Animal Shelters in New Jersey

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in New Jersey. You’ll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we’ve partnered with in New Jersey below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in New Jersey.

Pet Friendly Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey
Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey Burlington County Animal Alliance (BCAA) was established in 1999 to help homeless dogs and cats find new homes. BCAA is a 501 (c) non profit group, and 100% of their proceeds go to animals in their care which includes spaying and neutering and all other medical treatments required for the dog and cat to enjoy a long and healthy life. They also advocate the spaying and neutering of all companion animals and will not adopt to anyone whose present dogs and cats are not neutered and spayed. BCAA is a network of fosters and all animals are taken care of in our own homes. They do not have a building to visit but do hold weekly adoption events at the Mt Laurel Petsmart every Saturday. See Details
Pet Friendly Monmouth County SPCA
Monmouth County SPCA Our Mission is to protect and advocate for all animals. We are dedicated to enforcing animal cruelty laws; providing a safe haven for homeless, abused and abandoned pets while they await adoption; reducing pet over-population through spay/neutering; and cultivating their humane treatment through education and service as a valuable community resource. See Details
Under My Wing Avian Refuge At Under My Wing Avian Refuge we give tormented parrots a home with compassion and hope. Most birds not only are given or sent to shelters once but they have been re-homed, re-adopted over and over. They simply lost their human home and their natural homes are being destroyed by deforestation or smuggling – dogs and cats are easy to feel but the plight of parrots and their long lifetime makes their long term care and survival as species almost insurmountable.

In New Jersey our sanctuary is the only refuge to help these parrots live out their life permanently and safely with professional parrot care for their well being.
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Second Chance Pet Adoption League Second Chance Pet Adoption League is a small non-profit organization of a few people dedicated to finding homes for endangered dogs. They rescue most of pets from local shelters/pounds that may otherwise have to euthanize them due to lack of space, and puppy mills where they live in cages neglected until they are no longer useful. They also accept owner surrendered dogs on a limited basis depending on space. See Details
Vorhees Animal Orphanage Voorhees Animal Orphanage are participants in the "Seniors for Seniors" program. The fees are waived for seniors who are 65 yeas of age or older and looking to adopt a senior cat or dog (any animal 7 years of age or older). The Voorhees Animal Orphanage is a Municipal Animal Shelter dedicated to providing shelter, food and medical care to stray and unwanted animals, until permanent homes can be found. See Details
NJ STRAYS NJ STRAYS is a no-kill animal welfare organization located in Maplewood, NJ, and serving the North Jersey area. Since 2012, they have been working to reduce shelter intake and decrease euthanasia among animals at shelters. They help stop family pets and strays from entering the animal shelter system. They sponsor microchipping clinics, outdoor cat relocation, and owner surrender prevention and also provide advocacy for and education about the no-kill animal movement.

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Cherrybrook Pet Supplies For 40 years Cherrybrook has provided products and expertise to ensure all pets are healthy & happy. See Details
Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter envisions a community where there are no abused, abandoned, neglected, or homeless animals. They strive to provide exceptional care all homeless animals, place homeless cats and dogs in permanent, loving homes, and promote the spaying, neutering and microchipping of every pet, and humane education. See Details