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RBARI In The News

OAKLAND -- Mary is a 5-year-old cane corso in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.

Recovered as a stray, volunteers describe her as "a friendly and outgoing girl" who loves attention.

Mary, who likes to be walked, would be best-suited to a home familiar with large breeds and one without children younger than 10.

Mary gets along with some male dogs; she has been spayed and is up-to-date on shots.

For more information on Mary, call 201-337-5180, email adoptlove@rbari.org or go to rbari.org. The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge provides homeless animals with medical services and shelter in a no-kill environment.

OAKLAND -- Mikey is a 5-year-old beagle in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.

Rescued as a stray by animal control, he has been described as a "fun-loving, happy-go-lucky dog ... friendly with everyone he meets."

He is well behaved on a leash and gets along well with other dogs, but would be best suited to a home without young children.

Mikey has been neutered and is up-to-date on shots.

For more information on Mikey, call 201-337-5180, email adoptlove@rbari.org or go to rbari.org. The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge provides homeless animals with medical services and shelter in a no-kill environment.

Watch our very own Executive Director, Megan, with our adorable adoptable friends Kiki and kitten Remi ...on News 12 The Pet Stop! - and stay tuned for Max and Kitten Raelynn's debut next Sunday!

Thank you to our friends at News 12 New Jersey and Dr Brian Voynick for having us...and for spreading the word about the great rescue that we do!

OAKLAND -- Max is a 31/2-year-old golden retriever/border collie mix in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.

Surrendered by owners "who no longer wanted him," he is shy at first but becomes playful and active when he becomes familiar with people.

Max, who likes to be walked, has been described by volunteers as "an escape artist" who can climb fences. He should be an only pet in a home; he has been neutered and is up-to-date on shots.

For more information on Max, call 201-337-5180, email adoptlove@rbari.org or go to rbari.org. The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge provides homeless animals with medical services and shelter in a no-kill environment.


Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc. sincerely thanks our corporate donors and sponsors.

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