Adoptable Pets of the Week at Mantua PetSmart

Call (856) 318-6870 for more information about our adoptions!

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Meet Marabell

Marabell is a 2-year-old sweetheart who loves to cuddle, walks well on a leash, & enjoys the company of other dogs and cats – she would be a perfect addition to your family!

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Meet Aspen

This 1-year-old beauty is a little overweight – but that just means there’s more of her to love. Playful & sweet, Aspen would love to be part of your family!

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Meet Jack

What One Eyed Jack lacks in vision, he makes up for in love! Jack’s eye is completely healed and does not require any special care. Can’t you see taking Jack home?

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Meet Odin

Little Odin was shy when he came to us, but this 1-year-old has blossomed into a social lovebug. If you scratch him just right, he’ll purr like a motorboat!

Mission Statement

A Voice for Paws is dedicated to helping animals throughout Gloucester County live better lives by providing education on pet care and adoption.

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Autumn is Tick, Tick, Ticking Closer

Fall is on the horizon, A Voice for Paws wants to share some tips to help keep your pets safe as the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler.

  • Beware of anti-freeze! Make sure to check your car for leaks and all bottles are stored far away from your pets.a voice for paws cat dog leaves autumn pit bull
  • Don’t leave your pets outside for prolonged periods of time. It doesn’t have to be winter for it to get cold!
  • Beware of ticks. Playing in the cool autumn leaves is one of the many ways your four-legged friend could get ticks.
  • Let ’em have their fur coat. If you shave your dog in the summer, let him start growing it back in the fall. Just like you need your coat – he’ll need his too!
  • Check your smoke detectors, check your pet ID tags & microchips. Just take 5 minutes to make sure all your pet’s information is up-to-date.
  • Make holiday arrangements with your dog walker, pet sitter, or doggy day care now! As the holidays approach, take time to plan ahead.
  • You dread your in-laws, your pet may dread everyone! If your pet is special needs or wary of new people, be sure to tell your guests about your pet before they come over.
  • Make sure your pet can’t escape through the main entrance of your home. If you have a pet that’s known for bolting, consider having a baby gate when you are expecting several guests in and out of your home.
  • Be careful with holiday treats. Aside from known hazards like chocolate, many fruits & vegetables can be life-threatening to pets.
  • Be careful with decorations. Many shiny new decorations look like fun new toys to your pets – especially glass ornament balls and tinsel!

Ready to Adopt?

View a full list of our available pets on PetFinder or Adopt-a-Pet. If you’re serious about adoption or are ready to adopt, fill out our Adoption Application!

Ready to make a difference in the lives of animals of Gloucester County?

 

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