© 2019 by Serenity Paws Animal Rescue Inc

Mission Statement

Our goal is to reduce the number of unwanted animals through dedicated fundraising endeavors for the purpose of assisting in low cost spay and neuter programs, thereby helping to end the overcrowding of our shelters. This overcrowding leads to euthanizing thousands of dogs and cats every week, only to be replaced with the same number of unwanted animals again.
 

Stop unwanted litters from becoming death row dogs by spaying and neutering your pets!

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We would never be able to do any of this without the help from our many generous supporters of

Serenity Paws Animal Rescue and the volunteers that have participated in our events.

Many thanks to all of you...More great things to come.

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As a result of our first fundraising effort, Emma, from NJ South Hills Pet Rescue, was our first recipient of a donation from Serenity Paws towards her extensive medical care after being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, which is very rare in dogs.

You can follow Emma's story on NJSH Pet Rescue's Facebook page.

March 2019

Stray dogs ned love too. Spay and neuter to save a life!

Tosha is a sweet Beagle girl, a former stray in Kentucky with TLC Rescue. Serenity Paws provided the funds to spay her so that she will never again have any unwanted litters. 

May 2019

Lucky from Iraq dogs deserve better, Wheels for walking
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Meet Lucky, from Operation Bring Animals Home (OBAH). Lucky was severely beaten in Iraq, leaving her with twisted and broken front legs. Her one front leg had to be amputated and we were able to provide her with a brace to assist her with walking while she waits for her "wheels".

You can follow Lucky's journey on OBAH S&R Team FB page.

May 2019

Serenity Paws assisted TLC Rescue in Kentucky with the neutering of two male kittens that were abandoned and left to fend for themselves, through no fault of their own.

One neuter or spay prevents so many unwanted animals. 

May 2019

We  held a food drive in May 2019 at Pet Supplies Plus in Wallington, NJ and were overwhelmed by the generosity of people wanting to donate dog and cat food as well as toys. 

We were able to provide three separate organizations with dog and cat food to help assist those in need of feeding their animals. 

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Serenity Paws was happy to be able to assist PAWS R US. Bear was born with a spinal deformity and has no use of his hind legs but will be getting wheels. Serenity Paws Animal Rescue was able to provide Bear with the cost of his neutering, a small but very important part of his journey to a healthy life. Thank you Marlene Fazekas for all you do for these animals. 

                                                        July 2019

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Serenity Paws was happy to be able to assist PAWS R US. Bear was born with a spinal deformity and has no use of his hind legs but will be getting wheels. Serenity Paws Animal Rescue was able to provide Bear with the cost of his neutering, a small but very important part of his journey to a healthy life. Thank you Marlene Fazekas for all you do for these animals. 

                                                        July 2019

Her name is Orange Juice and she was a stray that already had a litter.

Took some time to catch her, but with real determination TLC Rescue was able to finally capture her and Serenity Paws Animal Rescue covered the cost for her spay and vetting/shots. She is up for adoption now and is a real sweetie.

                                                   July 2019

"Logan"

A good old Jersey Boy from a Newark shelter.
"We get by with a little help from our friends..... We are extremely grateful to Serenity Paws Animal Rescue, Inc who have so graciously offered to pay for Logan’s neuter" ~NJ South Hills Pet Rescue

July 2019

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Sweet Cherry from Paws Crossed Inc. will never have any unwanted litters because we cared.

October 2019

Beefy and Sushi at Paws Crossed Inc. were recipients of spay and neuter.

October 2019

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We assisted Morris and Dunn, two paralyzed Texas boys in need of medical care with their neuters.

October 2019

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We are a New Jersey based, 501 (c)(3), non-profit, all volunteer organization.

EIN 82-5265031

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