Newton is Giving Back. Are You? 

#GivingTuesday 

On November 28th, Giving Tuesday, ACS is asking you, to help us raise funds not only to help our animals, but the community as well.  Newton, for example, was a spectacular save that resulted in an abandoned pup being a happy, well loved family member that is now giving back to the community as a therapy dog.  Giving to ACS is giving to our animals, and your community.  Please read Newton’s amazing story below & share this newsletter with your friends.  

You’re the dog who makes everybody feel good,” said Joan Moody. 

Six years ago, Newton, a Chocolate Lab / Shar Pei, was one of 30 dogs and three cats rescued after being left abandoned in a second floor apartment in Jamestown, N.Y. No one knows how long the animals were there without human care.

After almost a year going from one shelter to another, Newton ended up at Animal Care Sanctuary (ACS) in East Smithfield. He was considered difficult to adopt because he had a loud rough sounding bark and usually barked when anyone came by the kennel to see the dogs. Read more …

OUR EAST SMITHFIELD LOCATION

353 Sanctuary Hill Ln,
East Smithfield, PA 18817

MAILING ADDRESS

PO BOX A
East Smithfield, PA 18817

TO REACH OUR CLINIC:

(570) 596-2200 - Option 2

Fax: 570-596-2222

OUR EAST WELLSBORO LOCATION
11765 US-6,
Wellsboro, PA 16901

TO REACH OUR CLINIC:

Fax: 570-724-8116

VISIT OUR ONLINE PHARMACY

DONATION INFORMATION
ACS needs your help to save more lives!
Together we can make a difference.

ANIMAL SURRENDER INFORMATION

Dog surrender and behavioral questions
570-596-2200 Choose Extension 123
Email: bmorgan@animalcaresanctuary.org
Cat surrender and behavioral questions
570-596-2200 Choose Extension 108
Email: abartholomew@animalcaresanctuary.org
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