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South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter is here to assist the families of our community with their pets. Our goal is to work with families to enable them to keep their pets. In situations where that is not possible, we work with families to explore options for a safe placement for their pet. Whether a pet needs to be rehomed or a family is seeking resources, we are here to provide support and assistance.

If you are facing challenges with your pet, please reach out. A pet is a lifetime commitment and we will help you determine if there are any resources available (financial, medical, behavioral, etc.) that can help you fulfill that commitment to your pet.

Rehoming a pet is a difficult and serious decision. We understand that there are situations that make rehoming necessary. Whether you need help making a decision, exploring your options, or navigating the rehoming process, we do our best to help. We will provide resources and can often offer courtesy posting via social media and networking with our partner organizations to help you safely find placement for your pet.

If you are in need of other assistance with your pet, please reach out. We strive to respond to all inquiries within 24-48 hours. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to solve your problem or find placement for your pet. Some pets may be a candidate for release to the South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter (please see our Owner Surrender page).

Others may be able to take advantage of the Adopt-a-Pet & Petco Foundation's REHOME tool to find placement for their pet before having to utilize the SJRAS shelter as a last resort.

Owners are responsible for following up and maintaining contact with our Community Outreach staff person. Please expect to be asked for specific information and photos/video of your pet. Ultimately, placement is the owner’s responsibility.

If you are seeking assistance, please complete the form below. After submitting the information you will receive an email giving your further detail/instructions regarding the resources that the Life Line program may be able assist you with.

Other Resources That May Be Helpful

Help for Labradors

Help for Diabetic Cats

Resources for Corgis

Help for Handicapped Pets

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