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Morgan after he was brought to the Red Bank Veterinary Hospital(Associated Humane Societies)
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UPDATE: Unthinkable Animal Cruelty in Brick, NJ – What Should the Punishment be? [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]

Anyone who has a pet of any kind will be shocked and disgusted at the actions of a Brick Township couple.

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Raritan River (Flickr user asmathews)
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Dog Rescued From Ice in Raritan River

It took firefighters two hours to rescue a dog that was clinging to ice in a New Jersey river.

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NJ Ranks 48th In Pet Ownership [AUDIO]

When it comes to pet ownership, New Jersey ranks 48th in the nation, with 50.7 percent of households owning a pet.

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It is Cruel to Put Your Own Pet Down? [POLL]

Dennis and Judi were having a heated discussion on the air today regarding a story about a man who allegedly hung his dog after the dog growled at him.

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Pets on Public Transportation
Flickr User Annie Mole
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NJ Pets Could Be Allowed on Public Transportation During Evacuations [AUDIO]

Currently in New Jersey, pets are not allowed on public transportation unless they are service animals. State Senator Jeff Van Drew says we've learned from super-storm Sandy and past storms that for a lot of people a bus, train or cab is the only travel option and they will stay behind if they can't take their pets with them even if they're being directed to evacuate because of an emergency.

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Flickr user: HyperLemon
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Would You Leave Your Pets Behind in an Emergency? [POLL]

Deminski & Doyle want to know if you would leave your pets behind in an emergency.

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Kitten (Flickr: nicsuzor)
Kitten (Flickr: nicsuzor)
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Were Your Pets Protected When Disaster Hit NJ?

In the aftermath of super-storm Sandy, New Jersey Assemblyman John Burzichelli wants to know if a law he sponsored to help residents accommodate their pets during emergency evacuation situations is actually working.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Humane Society Reunites Rescued Pets With Owners Post-Sandy [AUDIO]

Many New Jerseyans who had to evacuate their homes as a result of Hurricane Sandy and the nor'easter didn't have time to grab their pets and unfortunately, had to leave them behind.

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Amazing Dog Saves Baby’s Life

Dogs really are man's best friends. They’re adorable and they look out for us humans when things go awry. Recently we’ve met the German Shepherd who found a missing doctor, a Chihuahua who sniffed out two lost girls, and now, the rescue dog who saved a baby’s life.

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Dog in Car
Flickr User Grilled Cheese
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New Jersey Voters Say Mandatory Doggie Seat Belts A Good Idea [AUDIO]

It's by a narrow margin, but New Jersey voters actually do support a proposed law that would require dog owners to put their animal in a safety restraint or crate when in the car.

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