You might be wondering, why are we making such a big deal with all of this Woe is Woofstock stuff? This is the first time in twenty-four years that we will not have a Woofstock Festival. It was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. We know that, in the interest of public health and safety, we
What is kitten season? Well, simply put, it’s the time of year when litters of kittens are born. But there’s nothing all that simple about it! The VAO’s Feline Care Manager, Bill Romaine, has this to say about kitten season: “We are in the midst of what could be the biggest kitten season that I’ve
Gentleman is a gorgeous, 3-year-old Cattle Dog. He has some issues, but hey, who doesn’t?! Luckily Gentleman found himself at the VAO where we will go the extra mile to help our animals find their forever homes. Gentleman was not doing well in the kennels. He is a boy that needs a ton of daily
Two of our longest residents, Sonjie and Choco, entered VAO only four days apart, and patiently waited the long eight months before both finding their forever home in the last weeks of summer. Saving Sonjie Paul Petrella, a Cherry Hill resident, always knew about VAO, but it wasn’t until he decided to find a female
VAO is getting ready to bark and roll at its 23rd Annual Woofstock Festival, a dog-friendly event open to the public featuring dog demonstrations, delicious food and, of course, music. As VAO’s largest fundraising event of the year, proceeds support medical care, pet food and supplies for the community shelter’s dogs and cats.