We are a 501 (c) 3  non profit charity. All donations are tax deductible. 

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Welcome to Sad Eyes Animal Welfare Society
We are a private, independent, 501 ( c ) 3 non profit New Jersey Corporation, and all donations to our rescue are fully tax deductible.ginger sad eyes
Members of our group are all non paid volunteers who believe we can make a difference in the lives of homeless and abused canines in New Jersey.
We advocate the spay and neuter of all companion animals to help in the struggle to stop overpopulation of pets which results in the euthanizing of millions of healthy, adoptable, pets due to unavailable cage space in our shelters.

Our primary focus is to help relieve or prevent the suffering or neglect of canines through rehabilitation and placement in the proper home.
We work to save strays, owner surrenders, and canines in our local shelters.
We believe strongly, that public education and available information, play key rolls in the fight against homelessness, cruelty, abuse, and neglect of our canine friends.

Our founder and President, Sherry Heiser, is a business owner in the local area for the past 23 years, carries a degree in accounting, and is a NJ licensed real estate agent. She has been involved in the animal rescue field for five years in the South Jersey area. Certified as both an animal control officer, and animal cruelty investigator, in the State of New Jersey, and has earned certifications in animal behavior and animal safe handling along with numerous other accreditations in the field of animal welfare.
Sherry volunteered at a local shelter coordinating both the canine rescue and foster programs, and chairing fundraisers and shelter events to help the animals, while also providing personal funds to rescue and re-home canines both inside and outside the shelter during this time, which has helped her become a well known animal advocate in the South Jersey area, and enabled Sad Eyes to build a great network of outreach sources that benefit the animals.

We are always open to new ideas, suggestions, and projects, that can save an animal’s life, and we love to partner with other groups and shelters.
If your group has an idea or project that you feel would benefit canines,
If your rescue group would like to join in our network to save more canines,
please contact us...

We would love to meet over coffee and discuss it !