Sunday, October 28, 2012
Parsippany Police presents storm shelter options for residents and their best friends.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Parsippany-Troy Hills Animal Control is ready to shelter any displaced animals should the need arise, said Parsippany Police Chief Anthony DeZenzo. The town's animal shelter is at 1069 Parsippany Blvd. If you need assistance from an animal control officer, call 973-263-7083. The Morris County Animal Response Team also offers safe space for pets at Morris Knolls High School at 50 Knoll Drive in Denville. At this site, pet owners must stay with their pets; it is not a drop off and go site. If you plan on taking your animal to Morris Knolls, bring along a crate for your pet (only a limited number are available) and three days' worth of food, water and bedding for you and your animal. You may prefer to have your pet stay in a hotel with you. …
Friday, December 23, 2011
Parsippany Animal Control adoption event ends Jan. 3.
It's the home stretch for the Parsippany Animal Control Office's holiday pet adoption effort. The shelter's participation in the Iams Home 4 the Holidays pet adoption campaign ends Jan. 7. Pet food company Iams has a goal to find homes for 1.5 million pets, according to Animal Control Officer Jessica Suto. “With as many as 8 million homeless pets in the U.S., it is important everyone get involved to help save an orphaned animal this holiday season,” said Suto. “We’re proud to be a part of this amazing campaign and are dedicated to helping reach our pet adoption goal.” Suto said that 40 pets have been adopted in Parsippany through the campaign so far. Iams is just over halfway to its goal, she added, with 808,218 dogs and cats around the …
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The township's Animal Control Office is taking part in the Iams Home for the Holidays campaign.
Parsippany Animal Control and Shelter wants you to adopt a pet. That's why the township agency is taking part in the annual Iams Home 4 the Holidays pet adoption campaign through Jan. 3, 2012. Nationally, the goal is to find homes for 1.5 million pets, according to Animal Control Officer Jessica Suto. “With as many as 8 million homeless pets in the U.S., it is important everyone get involved to help savean orphaned animal this holiday season,” said Suto. “We’re proud to be a part of this amazing campaign and are dedicated to helping reach our pet adoption goal.” As part of the program, all dogs, cats, puppies and kittens adopted by Jan. 3 will go home with an Iams Adoption Kit, which includes tips for new pet owners. Suto, a 10-year …
Monday, July 4, 2011
A Patch preview of available pets the Parsippany Animal Shelter will show before the fireworks
Attention, Parsippany animal lovers: There will be fur before the July 4 fireworks at Parsippany Hills High School. The Parsippany Animal Shelter will hold a special Independence Day adoption event at the school. Dogs and cats will be there hoping to find a new family beginning at 6 p.m., but will be whisked away before the fireworks, so that they are not disturbed by the festivities. Patch has a sneak preview of many of the cuddly companions in our photo gallery. All we can suggest is that you avert your eyes, since the cute factor is exceptionally high. Resistance is futile. This event is a first for the shelter, a new approach to try and boost adoptions. “People are not coming in to adopt animals due to the sagging economy," said …