Links and Resources

Christine Nolan is the area's top dog behaviorist, having successfully rehabilitated many dogs where others have failed. Christine possesses a natural ability to truly understand a dog's needs and help them to become and remain balanced and happy. She has an uncommon capability to adapt to any situation and to find the best solution for the dog either as an individual or in a pack setting. She offers private, in home consultations to best assess the individual needs of your dog.

Since 1988, the Voorhees Animal Orphanage has been dedicated to providing shelter, food and medical care to stray and unwanted animals until permanent homes can be found. Each year the Animal Orphanage takes in nearly 1,500 abandoned, unwanted, stray and owner relinquished animals. In 2009, the Animal Orphanage rescued 275 adoptable animals from high kill shelters along the east coast. The shelter staff and volunteers care for approximately 150-200 animals on a daily basis.

Dr. Judy Morgan DVM, is a leader in the field of holistic pet care and nutrition.

Clayton and Churchtown Veterinary Associates, run by Dr. Judy Morgan DVM, specializes in holistic veterinary medicine.

Old York Veterinary Hospital is Dr. Helen Campbell's new state-of-the-art, full service veterinary hospital serving Burlington County and surrounding communities. We are dedicated to the highest standards of veterinary care. As you have come to expect and absolutely deserve, we will work closely with all of our clients to achieve the optimal treatment for every situation.

Our goal is to provide our patients with the best possible quality of life. We work to maximize the physical and emotional condition of our patients and to provide a comfortable caring community for our clients.

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