Our Point Pet of the Week from the Monmouth County SPCA will make the best pet for one lucky family!

Molly is a super sweet 4-year old dog who was transported from the south with her 10 pups.

The MCSPCA agreed to take them all because they deserved to live and find their forever homes.

Molly's pups have already been adopted (it always seems easier to find homes for puppies) and now it is mama's turn.

Since Molly is heartworm-positive, she will need to be treated at the Vogel Veterinary Care Center (VVCC) at the MCSPCA. But that doesn't mean she can't go to a good home while she is being treated!

Molly would do best as the only dog in her forever- home because she will need to be on limited activity while she undergoes her heartworm treatment. She is great with both adults and teens.


If you are interested in meeting Molly please fill out a Canine Matchmaker Profile HERE and then email it to adoptions@monmouthcountyspca.org

And if you are looking for a reputable veterinary center for your pet, the VVCC at the MCSPCA has affordable prices and offers these services:

The skilled surgeons perform high-quality high volume spay and neuter surgeries to thousands of pets each year.
They proudly administer HomeAgain microchips and take the legwork out by registering the microchip for you!
Preventive care is at the heart of keeping their patients safe. They administer Rabies and Distemper vaccinations to dogs and cats. Non-core vaccinations, administered based on patient lifestyle, are also available. These include Leptospirosis, Lyme, Bordetella, and Influenza for dogs and Feline Leukemia for cats.
They advocate for early detection and diagnostics, utilizing a reference and in house Idexx laboratory, digital radiography, and ultrasnography.
Their pet’s oral health is vital to a long and healthy life. They offer anesthetic dental procedures with digital dental radiography.
Their doctors recommend year round heartworm, intestinal parasite, flea, and tick protection. They prescribe a variety of safe and effective products including oral medication, topicals, and collars.
For more info on this vet office, on the premises of the shelter, and are professionals who have treated so many shelter animals that they can certainly help you and your pet, CLICK HERE.
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