HousePaws work with educators in the Camden, New Jersey community was featured in this NJEA article.
“This past weekend, members of the Camden Education Association (CEA) convened at the Brimm Medical Arts High School to work with community leaders as they organized services to assist local pet owners. The event, known as Brimm’s Chowhound House, attracted more than 200 attendees throughout the day. Brimm’s Chowhound House provided wellness visits for pets and pet food for all pet owners in attendance. CEA members, community leaders and students volunteered their time to help make the event a success.
Local organizations pitched in to ensure the communities’ pets were treated well. The Chowhound House, “a food bank for domestic animals,” donated food and treats for pet owners who attended. In addition to food the House Paws Mobile Veterinary Service, a mobile vet service that serves primarily Southern New Jersey, provided more than 60 dogs and cats with free wellness visits, which included important vaccinations. The dogs and cats deemed healthy enough, will receive free spay and neutering services from the mobile vet. Students helped pet owners navigate their way through the Chowhound House….”