Heading back East, we connected with SAVE Animal Shelter in Princeton, New Jersey. The SAVE shelter facility has the capacity to house upwards of 100 animals at a time, and they have become the region's model animal welfare organization.
They are committed to strengthening the human animal bond by finding good homes for many deserving pets. Pet Wellbeing is proud to offer them our rescue wellness support kit with senior, immune system, digestion, stress, and general wellness supplements!
SAVE Animal Shelter is an independent non-profit animal shelter dedicated to protecting the health and welfare of homeless companion animals in the greater Princeton area. Through six core programs of Rescue, Shelter, Health and Welfare, Spay/Neuter, Adoption, and Humane Education, SAVE focuses on the rehabilitation and successful placement of treatable and adoptable animals.
In 1941, Dr. Cornelia Jaynes established the Small Animal Veterinary Endowment (SAVE), which rescued strays and provided neutering services regardless of the clients’ ability to pay. During her lifetime, Dr. Jaynes was never able to raise enough funds to build a shelter.
In 2006, SAVE merged with Friends of Homeless Animals, an organization founded in 1998 that had purchased property in Skillman, NJ for a shelter. The newly merged organization was renamed SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals and is now the largest shelter for companion animals in the greater Princeton region.
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