Animal Placement Agency of the Windsors, Inc., 799-1263. Finding homes for dogs and cats since 1969.
Best of Health
335 Princeton-Hightstown Rd., West Windsor, 799-2425. Pet food and supplies
Focus on Animals
We are a non-profit 501C3 animal rescue organization, based in West Windsor, which helps stray, abandoned, lost, surrendered, and shelter animals through a proactive adoption effort. If you have a pet you can no longer keep, we will try to find it a home if you are willing to foster the animal temporarily.
Our goal is to make sure every animal adopted is spayed or neutered in the adoption process. We reach out to our local community to educate folks on the importance of spaying or neutering their pet and also on how to choose the right pet for their family.
Adoption days are being held at Petsmart, Sundays, noon - 4 pm. These animals are from the Ewing Township Shelter. Please keep in mind that these animals always face the possibility of euthanization. Help us save lives and improve your own!
Fuzzy Face Place
186 Hampshire Drive, Plainsboro, 936-1736. Pet food and supplies
335 Princeton-Hightstown Rd., West Windsor, 799-7100. Grooming
976 Alexander Road, West Windsor, 716-8366. Pet sitting and boarding
1200 Country Mill Dr. Cranbury, NJ 732-618-8364- Pet Sitting Service
Pets of Windsor
10 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro, 936-0110. Pet shop, grooming
Princton Animal Hospital
3440 Route 1, West Windsor, 520-2000. Veterinarians James A. Miele, Jr., D.V.M. and Terry J. Miele D.V.M.
Twin Rivers Animal Hospital
650 Route 33 East, East Windsor, 426-9625. Michael R. Petranto, VMD.
Weekes, Douglas B., D.V.M., Family Pet Veterinary
1676 Old Trenton Rd., West Windsor, 443-1212. Veterinarians
| Dogs and Cats in West Windsor
Licenses: All dogs and cats over the age of seven months must be registered. Dogs must be registered during the month of January and cats during April.
Rabies Clinic: Free rabies clinics are held in January and April. Please contact the Health Department at 936-8400 for details.
Leash Law: Dogs must be leashed when off the owner's premises.
Pooper Scooper Law: Owners must remove any feces deposited by their dog on the curb line or on public property; feces should be placed in a closed bag and discarded with the owner's garbage.