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Re: Pet Sitter Needed
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We can also help you with your birdie :)

http://www.jcdogwalker.com/

email:
jcdogwalker@gmail.com

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Re: Need specialized dog sitting for 5 days
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Dear PattyB
It's very important that your dog not experience unnecessary added stress right now. Since you must leave her make sure she is able to stay in her own home. Do not board her at this stage. Please join and post your needs on DOGJC. Many pet sitters on the group who may be able to assist you.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/

Posted on: 2014/12/2 10:18
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Re: Pet Hair Removers For The (JC) Slacks' Pet Messes
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Yes they are a great family :) No not DTJC, another area of JC. All 3 dogs are rescues and really if you have time to walk one dog you have time for 3.

Posted on: 2014/10/12 8:50
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Re: Dog Walker
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Great Resource for JC Dog Owners:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/

Posted on: 2014/9/22 9:45
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Re: Exercise class for tween?
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Have you checked this place?

http://www.jcbarrestudio.com/

Posted on: 2014/9/21 19:30
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Re: Constant barking dogs
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Yes many of us are too familiar with the woman who had 6 little white dogs but now has 5. Sadly the one she always had tagging far behind her off leash was stolen weeks ago at Enos Jones Park.
If you own a dog and live in JC you are welcome to join DOGJC on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/

Posted on: 2014/8/23 9:54
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Re: Village Tropical closing this weekend
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Posted on: 2014/3/30 8:30
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Re: Funding Cut by $83,560 To Our Local Animal Shelter LHS
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I am not able to comment on the reasoning...that would be for the City and Politicians listed to answer :(

http://www.libertyhumane.org/donate.php

The above should be a good start or items needed. For drop off?
anytime lhs is open for adoptions or volunteers:

Liberty Humane Society, Inc.
235 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Phone: (201) 547-4147 Email: lhs@libertyhumane.org

Public/Adoption Hours
Monday - Closed
Tuesday through Friday - 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Volunteer Hours
Monday - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tuesday through Friday - 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

LHS is closed on the following holidays:
New Year's Day
Easter Sunday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day

Posted on: 2014/3/10 10:46
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Funding Cut by $83,560 To Our Local Animal Shelter LHS
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URGENT HELP NEEDED: Please read entire post and contact local politicians listed below:
As of March 1st, Jersey City has reduced LHS's funding by $83,560 (27%). The Health Department has committed to partnering with LHS to find additional sources of grant and program revenue, but we have had to make some difficult decisions to keep the organization moving forward.
As of today, LHS will be operating with fewer staff and changes in our hours of operation. Given the immediacy of this funding reduction we had to make some hard choices, which we know are not ideal. With Spring quickly approaching and animal intakes going to rise, we are asking for your help in adjusting to this new reality.
We are looking for volunteers to fill some immediate vacancies in kennel, cattery and front desk positions, as well as assist with volunteer recruitment and supply donations. If you would be able to commit to any of the times or positions below for two weeks or more, please contact Melanie (volunteer@libertyhumane.org) for additional training and information:
Kennel (Cleaning and animal care): Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays 9am-4pm, Thursdays and Fridays 9am-7pm
Cattery (Cleaning and animal care): Monday through Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 7am-4pm
Front Desk (Phones, emails and public correspondence): Saturday and Sunday 10:30am-4pm
If you are able to contribute supplies or can recruit for donations from our shelter wishlist that would also really help us stretch our funding further.
Lastly, we know how important animals are to our community, and how essential it is to have a shelter who is equipped to provide them with quality care. But our political leaders don't know how you feel, unless you tell them. If you want to see future funding to LHS increased, not reduced, please tell the Jersey City Council (contact information, below).
Thank you for your continued help, understanding, and commitment to the animals we care for.
Jersey City City Council Members:

Council President: Rolando Lavarro- 201.547.5268- rlavarro@jcnj.org

At large: Joyce Watterman- 201.547.5134- jwatterman@jcnj.org

At large: Daniel Rivera- 201.547.5319- drivera@jcnj.org

Ward A: Frank Gajewski- 201.547.5098- fgajewski@jcnj.org

Ward B: Khemraj "Chico" Ramchal- 201.547.5092- kramchal@jcnj.org

Ward C (Journal Square): Rich Boggiano- 201.547.5159- rboggiano@jcnj.org

Ward D (the Heights): Michael Yun- 201.547.5485- myun@jcnj.org

Ward E (Downtown): Candice Osborne- 201.547.5315- cosborne@jcnj.org

Ward F (Where LHS is located): Diane Coleman- 201.547.5338- dcoleman@jcnj.org

Office of the Mayor:

Mayor Steven Fulop- 201.547.5200

Posted on: 2014/3/10 9:08
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Re: Pet Taxi
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Pretty sure this type business exists in nyc. We used to have Critter Cab right here in JC but the owner moved out of state :(
I suggest you post your question on DOGJC on FB for more help.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/

If you have any trouble joining just write me at faeryx4@yahoo.com and I will send you an invite to join

Mary Ann

Posted on: 2014/2/10 8:15
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Re: DOGJC is now on Facebook
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Just a reminder:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/


DOGJC is a FB version of our Yahoo group started in 2005. We are here to share and discuss dog related issues in the Jersey City area.

Posted on: 2014/1/17 8:24
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DOGJC is now on Facebook
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https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogjc/


DOGJC is a FB version of our Yahoo group started in 2005. We are here to share and discuss dog related issues in the Jersey City area. While DOGJC fully supports rescue and adopt programs this is not the place to post adoptable dogs.

Posted on: 2014/1/14 8:39
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Re: Pet store finds home in Greenville
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Here's to hoping JC catches up:

http://m.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailyp ... regulation-of-pet-dealers

Gov. Cuomo Signs "Puppy Mill Bill" Allowing Local Regulation Of NY Pet Dealers

Gov. Cuomo has signed the so-called “puppy mill bill,” giving local municipalities – including New York City – the power to impose their own regulations on pet sales.

The new law, which was passed by the Senate and Assembly in June, means local governments can enact stronger laws than what the state already has on the books to protect the well-being of animals. Any new local law, however, must be at least as strong as the existing state law.
The state Department of Agriculture and Markets will continue to enforce existing state laws pertaining to animal care by pet dealers. If a municipality chooses to adopt a more stringent local law, enforcement of that law will be the sole responsibility of the municipality.
“Hopefully there are going to be a lot of good local bills that prevent puppy mills from either gaining a foothold or operating in these localities,” said Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal (D-Manhattan), a sponsor of the bill. “This is a good step in the giant undertaking of getting rid of puppy mills, which only produce suffering.”
The ASPCA also applauded Cuomo’s signing of the bill.
“The puppy mill industry wanted to keep the state law unchanged because it allowed maximum profit and minimum accountability,” said Matt Bershadker, President and CEO of the ASPCA.
“But with this law, we’ll be able to keep a closer eye on these operations, stop inhumane practices, and undoubtedly save many lives. For New Yorkers and animal lovers – and animals themselves – this is a huge and important win. The ASPCA stands ready to assist local governments as they seek to enact and enforce tougher laws on pet stores and commercial breeders.”

Posted on: 2014/1/12 23:19
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Re: Pet store finds home in Greenville
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Interesting quote from the original article:

Councilwoman Diane Coleman is also a regular customer. “Pet Groove took very care of my dog Jody,” said Coleman. “The store is very informative. They let me know what I should and should not do with my pet. They do a great job.”

Posted on: 2014/1/12 10:53
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Re: Pet store finds home in Greenville
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Quote:

hero69 wrote:
i'd boycott any business that sells puppy mill dogs



Agreed :)
Recent Daily News Article:

Gov. Cuomo Signs "Puppy Mill Bill" Allowing Local Regulation Of NY Pet Dealers

Gov. Cuomo has signed the so-called “puppy mill bill,” giving local municipalities – including New York City – the power to impose their own regulations on pet sales.

The new law, which was passed by the Senate and Assembly in June, means local governments can enact stronger laws than what the state already has on the books to protect the well-being of animals. Any new local law, however, must be at least as strong as the existing state law.
The state Department of Agriculture and Markets will continue to enforce existing state laws pertaining to animal care by pet dealers. If a municipality chooses to adopt a more stringent local law, enforcement of that law will be the sole responsibility of the municipality.
“Hopefully there are going to be a lot of good local bills that prevent puppy mills from either gaining a foothold or operating in these localities,” said Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal (D-Manhattan), a sponsor of the bill. “This is a good step in the giant undertaking of getting rid of puppy mills, which only produce suffering.”
The ASPCA also applauded Cuomo’s signing of the bill.
“The puppy mill industry wanted to keep the state law unchanged because it allowed maximum profit and minimum accountability,” said Matt Bershadker, President and CEO of the ASPCA.
“But with this law, we’ll be able to keep a closer eye on these operations, stop inhumane practices, and undoubtedly save many lives. For New Yorkers and animal lovers – and animals themselves – this is a huge and important win. The ASPCA stands ready to assist local governments as they seek to enact and enforce tougher laws on pet stores and commercial breeders.”

Posted on: 2014/1/12 10:40
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Re: Pet store finds home in Greenville
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It's interesting that the article doesn't specifically say they sell puppies but check their FB page to see the puppy kennels.

Oh a special recently too:

"FOUR YEAR ANNIVERSARY SALE !!! ALL PUPS IN STORE $499.98+tax NOW THRU DECEMBER 31st.

PUPS VACCINATED
6 MONTH WARRANTY
1ST VET VISIT FREE OF CHARGE"

Posted on: 2014/1/11 10:07
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Re: Pet store finds home in Greenville
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I do remember a lively discussion here when he tried to open on Grove St selling puppies and kittens.

http://petgroove.weebly.com/index.html


Posted on: 2014/1/11 0:02
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Re: dog question
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Agreed :)

Quote:

CatsnDogs wrote:
Please visit the Jersey City shelter managed by Liberty Humane Society first. They are located across from the Liberty Science Center near Liberty State Park. www.libertyhumane.org

CARE is a well established rescue located in Bayonne. They are not a shelter so dogs are in foster homes.
http://www.carenj.com/

See Spot Rescued is new in the area but brings up puppies and pure breed dogs from the south. Again no shelter. Dogs are in foster homes.
http://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/82443.html

Posted on: 2014/1/1 11:59
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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Sadly the off leash debate has been going on for years on this list. Those of us who have been on this list that long are well aware of the long history of these discussions. There was a very active discussion back in 2007/8 before the Hamilton Park renovations which I cannot find cause I think it was within one of the many Hamilton Park threads back then. Likely during the talks about the different plan options for the park.
Here is a more recent one I found:
http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewt ... order=DESC&status=&mode=0


Posted on: 2013/11/13 10:59
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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Wrote you a PM nyrgravey9

Posted on: 2013/8/26 23:24
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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That's really awful.
I hope the little guy mends quickly and the off leashed dogs owner has learned a good lesson.
Poor little guy, I feel terrible for him (or her)


Quote:

nyrgravey9 wrote:
For those of you who think off leash dogs are harmless, here's a little story for you.

Someone I know in JC was walking their dog ON leash, when someone else's off leash dog did this damage:

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But you're right, this is stupid and we shouldn't address it.

Posted on: 2013/8/26 23:15
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Re: Trained Dog Attacking on 1st and Erie
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PM'd you :)


Quote:

hyejeong wrote:
Yea definitely not Rob Rizzo. We trust our dog with him. He is very kind and very attentive in dog care. I think he changed his phone number. Does anybody here know his contact or how to contact him? I need to board my dog with him again soon. Please PM me. Thanks.

Posted on: 2013/8/19 16:24
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Re: Dog "Booby Traps"
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Agreed and Thank You so much OP :)


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r_pinkowitz wrote:
You did the right thing. And, as JCBiscuit said "Regardless of their intended use, pointy sticks protruding from the ground are the work of morons."

Posted on: 2013/8/18 18:59
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Re: Laptop computer repair?
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Oh that's funny :) Now that the Webmaster joined this thread to an older one I see Dave has posted here back in 2012. I highly recommend him:

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I'm Dave mentioned above! Been doing PC support for 30 years. 15 years in Jersey City (Van Vorst Downtown area) and I have dozens of local businesses as clients and referrals.
Prompt, courteous service at reasonable prices.

Dave Alden
pchelp@david.aldenmail.com

Posted on: 2013/7/24 9:44
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Re: Laptop computer repair?
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Yes! I know a man in down town JC that is truly amazing and has helped us with many issues concerning computers. He is fast, fair and extremely talented :)
write me at faeryx4@yahoo.com and I will send you his info
Mary Ann

Posted on: 2013/7/24 9:27
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Re: Anyone bring their pets to MetroVet?
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Check your PM (Private Messages)


Quote:

soupydumplings wrote:
Anyone here bring their pets to the new MetroVet on 201 Marin Blvd?

I was told by someone in the Hamilton Park Dog Park that this place is better and cheaper than the downtown Vet place on 1st St.

I tried looking for reviews online but there aren't any.

Posted on: 2013/7/9 8:16
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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Hello Nyrgravey9,

Please read your PM's (Private Messages) on this site.

Mary Ann

Posted on: 2013/7/2 9:38
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Re: Hamilton Park dogs
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This photo does show the dogs and owners on a Pet Allowed Lawn but it's still wrong for the pooches to be off leash. I will let the owners know they were photographed and on jclist.

Posted on: 2013/5/7 9:00
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Re: Hamilton Park dogs
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I think part of the problem may still be that some folks are still confused about which lawns are pet free and which allow pets.

I am constantly giving friendly heads up tips to people picnicking with or without little kids to consider moving their blanket, kids and food to one of the pet free zones. They are always so grateful and were honestly unaware they were dining on the lawns were dogs pee and poop. I am by no means offering an excuse for the woman who left the poop, that's ridiculous and inexcusable, no matter what lawn she was on. I don't blame you for being upset, I would be too. I am still yelled at by people who think I am walking the dogs in my care on a pet free lawn, because they are confused by the signs. So just to be clear. If you are entering the park from Jersey Ave: the lawns to your immediate left and right (literally on 8th Street) are pet zones. The other lawns are not.

Posted on: 2013/4/9 8:14
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Re: 3 Off Leashed Dogs in Hamilton Park
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Yes I heard about that incident, and others including one of my own client dogs while with her Mom in the dog run.


She has been contacted by Animal Control and they advised her on the leash laws and penalties for those who break it. The owner agreed to keep the dogs leashed at all times when outside of her home.

Thank you Animal Control


Quote:

JCbiscuit wrote:
Quote:

lunawolf3 wrote:
Please join us in educating the woman who owns 3 Pit Bull Mixes and allows them to run daily off leash across all the Hamilton Park lawns chasing squirrels and any other dog that enters the park? She does this usually twice daily somewhere between 8 am and 12 noon. It's just not cool at all. It's a great nuisance to have to wait for her, sometimes for long periods of time to leash up her dogs when she sees you (if she sees you) waiting to enter the park with your leashed dog (s). Two of the dogs are older and likely not much of a threat, but the younger red female behaves very aggressively towards other dogs. She lunges, barking feverishly whether off leash in the park, or loosely tied outside of Basic, or left unattended in the owners vehicle. The red female gets the other 2 going and it is not pretty Please do not think I am anti Pit...hardly the truth. Our rescue has placed nearly 40, most from Liberty Humane, into loving homes. It kills me that she is perpetuating bad press for Pitties, due to her bad behavior.
We are just asking that you join us in calling out to her when you see her, remind her that the Park is not her back yard and we all have the right to safely use it. We do have leash laws in Jersey City. Yes we all know it's unsafe for her dogs to be off leash too...


the dogs' owner is named Kathleen, and she fancies herself a "dog expert." after the red female nearly tore my dog's ear off in the fenced-in run, Kathleen swore her pet had never behaved aggressively before (a story several witnesses claim is untrue).

she then offered me a free training session, so that my bleeding 12-pound shih tzu would learn not to growl at larger dogs (which started the fight, it's true. but a normal dog response to a growl shouldn't be to grab the smaller dog by the throat and attempt to shake it to death).

reasoning with this woman doesn't seem like an option, as she's not too grounded in reality.

Posted on: 2012/12/14 19:07
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