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The home on Spruce Street in Lakewood where 40 dogs were found living in filth.
The home on Spruce Street in Lakewood where 40 dogs were found living in filth. (CBS New York)
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Lakewood dogs rescued from filth continue to recover

Forty dogs rescued from inside an abandoned Lakewood home continue to recover while mystery remains as to who owns the home and who was living there.

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Driveway leading to the home on Spruce Street in Lakewood where dozens of dogs were found abandoned
Driveway leading to the home on Spruce Street in Lakewood where dozens of dogs were found abandoned (Lakewood Scoop)
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Abandoned dogs rescued from filthy Lakewood home

Dozens of dogs were removed from a filthy abandoned Lakewood home on Thursday night described one one rescue worker as the worst he has ever seen.

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Horse abuse charges to be filed in New Jersey

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- The New Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals plans to soon file charges in the case of a farm that has been publicly accused of hurting animals.

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Middlesex County Seal
Middlesex County Seal
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Helmetta animal shelter quarantined after inspection

HELMETTA, N.J. (AP) — A central New Jersey animal shelter has been quarantined following an inspection by Middlesex County health officials and the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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Animal abuse case prompts change in animal law

A heinous animal abuse case has prompted legislators to introduce a bill that would amend the current abuse law, requiring all convicted animal abusers be given mental health screenings.

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David Silverman, Getty Images
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Time for Harsher Laws for Animal Abusers? [POLL]

A woman in Newark admitted to throwing her neighbor's dog into traffic after getting into an argument over, of all things, a parking spot.

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Sammy the Cocker Spaniel
Sammy the Cocker Spaniel (Red Bank Veterinary Hospital via Facebook)
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No Jail in Sammy the Cocker Spaniel Case

A judge has overturned six-month jail sentences for a Brick couple in an animal cruelty case.

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Patrick the pit bull and Sammy the Cocker Spaniel
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Former Member of ASPCA Discusses Animal Cruelty Laws in NJ [AUDIO]

Jim has been telling people all week about the upcoming court case this week in Egg harbor Township of a man accused of beating his dog to death.

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Should NJ Have Stronger Animal Abuse Laws? [POLL]

Jim has been discussing the horrific case of animal abuse in Egg Harbor Twp where a dog was beaten to death and left behind a mobile home trailer park.

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Should Harsher Penalties Be Enforced for Animal Abusers? [POLL]

The current punishment for acts of animal cruelty can include fines, jail time, and community service, but is that enough to reform these criminals?

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