This Beautiful Boy Needs a Forever Home
This precious beauty has been returned twice to the shelter after previous owners had to move.
Meet Jace, our Point Pet of the Week, who is a 2-year old Terrier mix. He is a fun-loving boy who loves to play. He was first surrendered to the shelter in June when his previous owner had to move and couldn’t take him.
Someone else then took Jace but, 3 months later, decided they couldn’t keep him because they didn’t have a schedule that would allow someone to be with him when they were gone.
Jace is happy to have friends at the Monmouth County SPCA who take him for lots of walks and play with him all the time. He loves to fetch, play tug, or any other games. He loves squeaky toys, tennis balls, plush toys, and Frisbees. He is house-trained and an energetic goofball.
And Jace is smart, too! He knows his basic commands and then some. And at the end of the day he loves to snuggle up and relax with human friends.
So if you’d like to meet Jace, you can visit him at the Eatontown location of the MCSPCA at 260 Wall Street today (Tuesday, 11/22) from Noon – 5 pm and tomorrow (Wed. 11/23) from Noon – 7 pm. They are closed for Thanksgiving but will reopen for Black Friday, through Sunday, Noon – 5 pm. Come find your forever pet and check out their great thrift store, too!
For more info, call 732-542-4552, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t pass up the chance to meet this super sweet boy! Maybe you can even bring him home for Thanksgiving!
And don’t forget the MCSPCA’s annual Home for the Holidays event on Dec. 3rd from Noon – 5 pm! There will be photos with Santa (or a winter themed setting) for pets and/or family members.There will also be a bake sale, vendors, giving tree, wine toss, face painting, refreshments and free games for the kids! There will also, of course, be lots of adorable adoptables ready to meet their new forever families! So come on out, bring your family and your pets from home, and join in the celebration of the most wonderful time of the year. No admission fee, but pet food and toy donations are always appreciated. (If you bring a pet, make sure they are leashed or crated.)