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Animals, Farms & Vets



Sugar Sweet Farms

186 State Route 94

Lafayette, NJ 07848

Phone: 973.525.9790



Petting farm with local produce, honey, eggs, feed, and hay. Kids parties and lots of fun events! Your family is sure to have a great time with all our wonderful farm animals.  

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Riverview Kennel LLC

196 Foul Rift Rd

Belvidere, New Jersey 07823 

Phone:  (908) 475-1195 




Riverview Kennel LLC is a family owned and operated business. It features 40 crate less dog units. We also have a separate "cat" room in case you need to board your cat too. 

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Pet Care


Watch Over Me Pet Sitting

Owner Alex Drazin

Phone: 970-309-4881

Facebook:  watchovermepetsitting



Provides a loving and safe environment for your pets in the comfort of your home. We are a boarding alternative providing customized services best suited to keep your pets happy and your mind at ease. Your pets will be in the hands of highly trained professionals with veterinary experience offering quality pet sitting services for Northern New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania. If your pets are sick, elderly, recovering from surgery, or require medication we are more than qualified to assist you.

Pet Fencing


Pro Pet Fence

Owner: Jim Spaven

Phone:  908-448-4696 call or text 



Underground Hidden Dog Fencing.  Now have the Freedom to Run but Not Run Away.   At Pro Pet Fencing we are focused on providing  professional and quality services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. 

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Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary

Director: Kelly Simonetti 

52 County Road 661
Newton, NJ 07860

Phone: (973) 800-2420 



Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, a 120-acre preserved farm located in Warren County, New Jersey, is a wildlife rehabilitation center that provides vital care and treatment to sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.

Licensed by the state of New Jersey to care for fawns, raccoon, skunks, opossums, squirrels, rabbits, woodchucks and other small mammals, the Sanctuary is dedicated to rehabilitating these animals back to health so they can be returned to the wild where they belong. Our mission is also to actively educate the public on the importance of Caring for the ecosystems, Supporting the environment in which we live, Respecting the wildlife with whom we share this environment and Protecting and preserving our native lands for the future wildlife habitat

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