Later this month, 18 puppies who were quarantined for a parvovirus outbreak at a local rescue, will be adoptable. They have all received a clean bill of health.
The Ocean County Health Department (OCHD) quarantined the puppies after numerous complaints were received about puppies who were adopted from this rescue in December started getting sick and dying.
“The OCHD environmental inspection unit and administration department partnered with Toms River Animal Control from the beginning of this investigation and did a terrific job of quickly responding to these complaints and ultimately saving 19 precious puppies. Every day for the last month the puppies have been nursed back to health by the veterinary and shelter staff at the Ocean County Animal Facilities. It was a great team effort,”
— Ocean County Freeholder Gerry P. Little, liaison to the Ocean County Board of Health
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Zombie Puppies for Jax Nikki Flanagan
Greg Bleeker damn Already trying to replace Bebita ?
Donna Beese Viducic
How do i get info?
What Rescue is this or was it a puppy store calling itself a rescue?
Puppy store on 37. Now closed.
David Gallo thought so I hate puppy mill stores calling themselves Rescues
Anthony Visco we going to get a puppy?? ???
Katelyn Matteucci no
Anthony Visco ewww don’t tag me in shit like this then…..
Judy Melillo Santucci
What kind of puppies?
My dog got tested for parvo when she was a puppy.
I have never heard a more horrible sound in my life 🙁
Where are they from?
What rescue group in Tom’s River?
Ashley Gray oh my lord