Animal Shelter in New Jersey Pet Portrait Days

Our Bi-annual Pet Portrait Day for Bergen County Animal Shelter  New Jersey, September 20, 21st and 22nd 2013

Animal Shelter in New Jersey September 20, 21st and 22nd  will be Pet Portrait Day for the Bergen County Animal Shelter  New Jersey. This is the perfect opportunity to help out the animals at the shelter awaiting their new forever homes. Donate just $25 worth of dog food to the shelter and you and Fido or Mittens can get a beautiful 5x7 portrait at David Eric Photography.
Photography of pets has become more and more popular in recent years as owners view their pets as part of the family and want to have a lasting memory of them and a place on the mantle with the rest of the family. Unfortunately, there is still a great need for Animal Shelters in NJ and it is the public's help that keeps them going year after year. What better way to help than to donate food and come away with a lasting treasure.

Pets of NJ need your help and you don't have to have a pet to help out. Anyone is welcome to bring by dog food for the shelter. Bergen County Animal Shelter is requesting that you bring dry or wet Pedigree, but any brand of food will be accepted.

These dogs are looking for a chance to win hearts and find loving homes. If you're unable to adopt at this time, then donating food for Pet Portrait Day is one way you can help in a big way. Remember, you don't have to have a pet to donate.

The pet photography sessions will take place at David Eric Photography at 100 West Pleasant Ave., Maywood, NJ. You can call to set up your appointment at 201-880-5400 and you can visit their website at www.petphotographybydavideric.com. This is a great chance to immortalize your pet while helping a great cause.Animal Shelter in New Jersey

Homeless pets of NJ wouldn't have a fighting chance if it were not for the compassion and help from people like you and volunteers who selflessly do whatever they can to help. Donations such as dog food help to keep these shelters going and gives these lost souls the chance at a new and wonderful life.

Every animal at the Bergen County Animal Shelter has a story, one of abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Their eyes tell a story of pain, loneliness, and a desire to be loved. Your donations can make the difference in their lives, giving them what they need before they finally go to their forever homes.