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SEEING EYE SCHOOL - www.seeingeye.org - Morristown, NJ - If you'd like to schedule a tour with The Seeing Eye, please e-mail us at tours@seeingeye.org. – 973-539-4425 – Pets IP – Animal Badge

ST. HUBERT’s Animal Welfare Center – 575 Woodland Avenue, Madison, NJ - www.sthuberts.org – St Hubert's is a nonprofit animal welfare organization dedicated to alleviating the suffering and neglect of companion animals, and providing services that support the human-animal bond. - (973) 514-5920.

VETERNARIANS

KENNELS

Roxdane Kennels in Warren provides tours. Many others will too

ANIMAL SHELTERS

http://www.animalhospitals-usa.com/shelters/new_jersey.html -

Belle Mead Nancy's Parrot Sanctuary

Clark Noah's Ark Animal Rescue

East Hanover Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter

Lindenwold Animal Adoption Center

North Plainfield Amber House  

Somerset County Cocker Rescue of New Jersey

Union County Best Friend Dog and Animal Adoption

Voorhees The Animal Orphanage

ZOOS

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Popcorn Zoo (Humane Society) Forked River 609-693-1900 takes care of injured animals (might upset younger scouts) - Humane Way & Lacey Road Forked River - 609-693-1900 A very special zoo founded in 1977 to rescue and house animals that are sick, elderly, abandoned, abused or injured which could no longer survive in the wild. Over 200 domestic and exotic animals including an African Elephant, regal African lions, Bengal and Siberian tigers, American black bears, monkeys, llama, an Angus bull, goats, deer and many more are nestled in the scenic Pine Barrens. Learn how they found the animals and what they have done to save them. Open All year round, everyday from 11am - 5pm. Contributions are accepted as they receive no federal, state or local funding of any kind. Pictured is Tina, a Bengal Tiger who was abused behind the scenes of the big top when she was part of a traveling circus.

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Turtle Back Zoo - West Orange - 560 Northfield Avenue. Phone 973-731-5800 - 16 acres of numerous domestic and wild animals, farm animal petting area, pony rides, train ride, and café.

CRAFTS

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