94 dogs displaced by Gulf oil spill seek homes in NJ

CHATHAM - Ninety-four dogs impacted by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are looking for new homes in New Jersey.

Many of the dogs' owners lost their jobs as a result of the spill and can't afford to keep their pets.

The Humane Society arranged for the dogs to be transported from New Orleans, La. last week. Once they arrived in the Garden State, the dogs were seen by a veterinarian.

Half of the dogs will remain at Saint Hubert's while a dozen other animal shelters around New Jersey will house the remaining canines until they can find homes.

For more information on how to adopt the dogs, go to the Saint Hubert's website.

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