The Mission of the North Brunswick Humane Association is to provide education and guidance to our community in pet and wildlife issues through various community groups, civic organizations, and school boards for the purpose of enhancing quality of life for our pets, wildlife and residents. We also support endeavors that promote humane and protective services in the treatment of animals.

Million Cat Challenge

SUPPORTER MILLION CAT CHALLENGEThe North Brunswick Humane Association is a Supporter of the

Million Cat Challenge


Free TNR Workshop

TNR training announcement  7.19.14

TNR Training

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TNR Training


Lunch & Learn

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Remember…Poinsettias. Mistletoe & Hollyberry

How Not To Greet A Dog

Service Dog Etiquette

When you meet a person with a Service Dog, please remember that the dog is working.
*Do not do anything to interrupt the Service Dog while it is working.*
Some rules for interacting with people with Service Dogs:
1.Speak to the person first.  Do not aim distracting or rude noises at the dog.
2.Do not touch the Service Dog without asking for, and receiving, permission.
3.Do not offer food to the Service Dog.
4.Do not ask personal questions about the handler’s disability, or otherwise intrude on his or her privacy.
5.Don’t be offended if the handler does not wish to chat about their Service Dog.