Charlie is a slightly older gentleman who looks like he might have been on his own for a while. This handsome guy needs some TLC to make his fur shimmer and put a smile back on his face.
About the Pets with Perks Program
Pets With Perks are pets specially sponsored by Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter volunteers and other animal lovers. If you adopt a Pet With Perks, you go home with a $25 giftcard for pet supplies. All Pets With Perks have posters on their kennels to let people know they’re special.
We also include senior pets in this section. They're special also, but in a different way. Senior pets can be adopted at no cost to the adopter -- the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter pays the adoption fee for senior pets for approved adopters.
Sponsor a Pet
Anyone can sponsor a shelter pet and help him or her get adopted. As a sponsor, you purchase the $25 gift card. Put the gift card in an envelope and write your name and the name and number of the animal you are sponsoring on the envelope. If you’re a volunteer, put the envelope in the top drawer of the black filing cabinet in the folder marked “Pets with Perks.” If you're not a volunteer, drop your envelope off at the shelter at the front desk and let them know it’s for the Pets with Perks Program.
- To sponsor a dog, email Dee M. at DeeZign@comcast.net
- To sponsor a cat, email Dee L. at email@example.com
Sponsor a Senior
Anyone also can sponsor a senior pet through the Save A Senior program. You donate the adoption fee of $75 for a dog or $45 for a cat, which pays the adoption fee for an approved adopter. To sponsor a senior or for more information, email Alice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pets with Perks
Super sweet Noel loves attention and being petted and will make someone a wonderful companion.
Handsome Boo is a member of our Save A Senior program. Because he is 14 years old, he can be adopted at no cost -- the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter will pay his adoption fee for an approved adopter.
Sweet senior Buddy is a member of our Save A Senior program. Because he is 11 years old, he can be adopted at no cost -- the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter will pay his adoption fee for an approved adopter.
Skullz is a super friendly, outgoing, active and all around happy guy who likes kids and other dogs.
Ivy is a sweetheart! Just 3 years old and 43 pounds, Ivy is housebroken, active, outgoing, playful and friendly.
Apache is still a puppy -- he loves to play, run, walk and cuddle. as well as toys and treats.
Scrappy is a handsome boy with a wonderful personality. This 3-year-old loves to romp and play with all dogs.
Poor, scared, skinny Bruce was found abandoned in a house in Burlington County. Bruce is timid and shy, but despite everything that he's gone through, he's a real sweetheart with tons of potential.
Sweet Natalia is a member of our Save A Senior program. Because she is 10 years old, she can be adopted at no cost -- the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter will pay her adoption fee for an approved adopter.
Gorgeous Bella is a member of our Save A Senior program. Because she is 11 years old, she can be adopted at no cost -- the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter will pay her adoption fee for an approved adopter.
Princess is a gentle 9-year-old Cocker Spaniel who weighs 46 pounds who could no longer stay with her owner. She's is a little shy at first, but when she gets comfortable, she becomes a very friendly dog.
With the proper training, structure and discipline Frogger is steadily learning and becoming one great guy! He does have a lot of energy and is pretty strong, but has a sweet and affectionate personality.
Roxy is 2 years old and full of energy. She loves to play fetch and would make a great running companion.
Meet Tucker -- and turbo-charged he is! He's 79 pounds and two to three years old and this boy is a big ball of energy! Tucker is energetic, playful, active and friendly... and ready to go, go, go!