Gulliver is at least 8 years old and this handsome guy has jet black fur and big green eyes. He's friendly and enjoys being petted. He is already neutered and ready to go home with a loving person.
Pets With Perks are pets specially sponsored by Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter volunteers. If you adopt a Pet With Perks, you go home with a goodie bag full of pet supplies and a certificate for free microchipping. All Pets With Perks have posters on their kennels to let people know they’re special.
Anyone can sponsor a shelter pet and help him or her get adopted.
Pets with Perks
Bailey has all the great qualities that we love in our pooches: She's playful, outgoing, friendly and sweet. Bailey does well with kids of all ages, but she is selective about her doggie friends.
You'd never guess Lexi is 8 years old -- she loves to go for walks and is very friendly. She currently weighs 44 pounds -- much less than she should because she was neglected by her former owner.
Meet Doug, a 3-year-old, 61 pound Staff mix found as a stray in Pemberton Township. Doug is a sweetheart once he gets to know you. He knows basic commands and loves to go for walks.
Baby is very composed and self-confident. She's a big, strong girl and LOVES people so much. Baby also is house trained and leash trained.
Trista is very friendly with people, but seems to be afraid of other dogs. Trista is about a year old and weighs 58 pounds. She likes treats and walks,
NiJoe is easy-going but can be territorial. It takes him a little time to warm up to you, but when he does he loves your undivided attention
Seven-year-old Mima is a cautious kitty at first but after she's comfortable, she becomes very playful and loving.
Dapper has the most unique coloring and a wonderful disposition, too. Found as a stray in Lumberton, Dapper weighs 59 pounds and is two to three years old.
Only 15 months old, Dallas weighs 74 pounds and is leash-trained, but very strong and dominant. Only experienced dog owners for this muscle man.
Dallas needs an experienced handler who can instill the confidence he needs. He walks well on the leash and sits on command.
All the commotion at the shelter has Peanut a little unnerved and jumpy, but once away from the noise, she becomes a whole different dog: happy, responsive and obedient.
Eight-year-old Sherman was surrendered for no fault of his own in July. His former family tells us that he is friendly and gets along well with kids and other cats.
Clarence is an energetic, fun-loving guy with a beautiful shiny coat. He knows "sit" and "paw" and is proud to show off his tricks.
Chloe is house trained, leash trained and active. She loves the attention of people -- adults and children older than 15 years, but is not recommended for anyone with younger children.
Atlas is a friendly guy, but is not fond of cats and can't go to a home that has them.
Diamond is friendly, but very strong, so only families with older children will be considered. Diamond loves to run and play and needs lots of daily exercise.