The human-animal bond is
the special relationship we
have with our pets.
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Animals page to review our responsibilities.
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Robert R. Blease, president and founder of CSA received the 4th Annual Warren County Hall of Fame Special Recognition Award
Common Sense for Animals Shelter (CSA) located in Broadway, New Jersey is proud to announce Dr. Robert R. Blease, president and founder of CSA received the fourth Annual Warren County Hall of Fame Special Recognition Award on Saturday, October 19.
Upon graduating veterinary school, Dr. Blease opened his practice in Franklin Township in 1967. Identifying a community need he served as the founding president of the Phillipsburg Kiwanis for two years, followed by nineteen years of service. He resigned to realize his passion to open a no kill animal shelter. It took patience, persistence, and vision shared with like minded followers to open the CSA Shelter for lost, abused, wounded, surrendered, and in peril animals. On November 24th it will be 24 years, CSA has been serving and saving animals throughout Warren County and the extended Lehigh Valley area, and Southern Dog Rescue transports each month from kill shelters. CSA serves as the only no kill shelter in this county, adopting over 1,000 animals in 2012.
Dr. Blease shares his experience and solution to many animal woes through education . “Education is very important to me. I once had a woman tell me with a straight face that she routinely dumped kittens in the woods. Kittens cannot survive more than three days on their own. They die a horrible death, from starvation, predators or something else.” Sharing appropriate humane behavior while caring for your pet or other animals is the focus of his message that is presented to local groups, and, if needed, legislators.
Pet Therapy is another area of interest that Dr. Blease has integrated into CSA programs. Dogs and cats are tested and certified permitting them visitation status to visit patient’s in hospitals or retirement homes. His practice addresses issues such as rabies community inoculations/awareness and control of feral animals.
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Our CSA 2012
Sponsorship Journal - Stars
Please browse through our 2012 Sponsorship Journal and view all the wonderful sponsors that supported CSA by placing an ad or by honoring their pet. In turn, support the businesses listed. Stop in, shop, and say thank you for their kind and generous support.
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Annual CSA Annual Journal Premium Sponsors
The Premium Sponsors listed below placed full page color ads in our CSA Annual Sponsorship Journal. We thank them for their support and generosity.
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