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PO Box 1285
Belle Mead, NJ 08502







veterinary partners

Animal Alliance utilizes a number of local full-service veterinarians to treat the animals in our care.

New Hope Veterinary Hospital 21 North Sugan Road - New Hope, PA 18938
215-862-2961

Nassau Animal Hospital 3440 Route 1 North - Princeton, NJ 08540
609-720-0100

Yardville Animal Hospital 401 Route 156 - Yardville, NJ 08620
609-585-6599



emergency/referral vet

Crown Veterinary Specialists 23 Blossom Hill Road - Lebanon, NJ 08833
908-236-4120

Red Bank Veterinary Hospital 197 Hance Avenue - Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
732-747-3636



contact us

Animal Alliance
PO Box 1285
Belle Mead, NJ 08502
(609) 818-1952
AnimalAlliance@comcast.net



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Rescue

Every animal at Animal Alliance comes to us from a perilous situation and many are the victims of cruelty and neglect and arrive injured, ill, or emaciated. Nearly all have been removed from shelters where their "time was up", meaning the holding period for strays had elapsed and they were facing certain death by euthanasia due to shelter overcrowding. The vast majority of the dogs at Animal Alliance come from Philadelphia Animal Control. We also work with impoundment facilities in local municipalities such as Trenton, and Montgomery & Hopewell Townships. Owner surrendered animals are accepted on a case-by-case basis.

shelter

Our proprietary foster dog kennel is located in Hopewell Township, NJ and is staffed by a Kennel Manager, Program Director and 4 part-time kennel attendants. Animals are cared for and supervised for a total of 12 hours over the course of day and evening shifts. Enrichment is provided to the dogs by volunteer dog walkers who augment their 4 trips outside daily with additional walks and "field trips" to nearby Lambertville.



veterinary excellence

Routine care for our animals is provided by the staff veterinarians at Planned Pethood. Services include a routine medical exam, age-appropriate distemper and rabies vaccinations, de-worming, flea and tick preventatives, leukemia and FIV testing for cats and microchipping for dogs. We routinely accept animals in immediate need of skilled veterinary care due to horrific abuse, neglect or illness.



rehabilitation & foster care

Many of our animals need extended stays in foster care to allow them time to heal from both physical and psychological injuries. There is no arbitrary time limit on the length of stay and all animals remain with us until adopted, unless a physical infirmity is so severe that it would be inhumane to prolong the suffering of the animal. Animals with unrelenting aggression, that remain unsuitable for adoption may not be sheltered indefinitely. We want our adopted animals to be shining ambassadors for rescued pets.



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