Gouda and her sister Fontina were at RBARI when they were just kittens 2 years ago. They were adopted but recently returned due to unforeseen circumstances and now these two very sweet girls are in need of a quiet and loving home together. These sisters are very bonded and Gouda follows everything her sister does. Both are shy, although Fontina is a little more outgoing. They both love to sit with you on the couch and Fontina will roll on her back for a belly rub.
Gouda needs love, patience and quiet. However, they are both super loving and love to play with each other and their toys. These girls need a forever home that is calm with very little action and no children as they still enjoy their quiet.
Penny is an adorable six year old Beagle who came to our shelter when her owner died. She was used as a hunting dog and lived outdoors her entire life. Penny is a bit shy and is just starting to learn how to walk on a leash. Penny needs to be adopted with her daughter Sara, who is an adorable 2 year old Beagle who came to RBARI with her.
They are both very nervous and need someone home at least part time to be able to give them the training and socialization they need to help them adjust to their new surroundings. Please visit the shelter and give these sweet girls a warm welcome!
RBARI In The News
OAKLAND, NJ — Magnolia was found discarded in rabbit cage with no water, severely dehydrated and matted, and limping. The staff at Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge took Magnolia in and began caring for her.
OAKLAND, NJ — A local pit bull helped a local animal rescue group win $5,000 recently.
Buffie, a senior pit bull, is being cared for by the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge (RBAR), an Oakland-based animal rescue. She was one of 32 competitors in the Tournament of Tails, a bracket-style online contest hosted by Petplan pet insurance. She received the most number of votes in the tournament.
Months ago, Buffie was living in pair -- ears scarred shut from neglect and was suffering constant, painful infections.
OAKLAND, NJ — A Bergen County animal rescue organization is trying to give sight to four Shar-Pei puppies who were born blind.