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A New Lease on Life for MTAS' Macy PDF Print E-mail

Friday, July 31, 2015

Macy en route to Spirit Animal SanctuaryThe stars simply were not aligning at all well for Macy, a young female mixed-breed dog once housed at the Montclair Township Animal Shelter. Two veterinary professionals deemed her to be a “high risk” dog who could not be socialized and was therefore unadoptable. Macy’s future seemed hopeless until a very generous donor stepped up to help fund a move to a happy, loving home.

Macy was brought to the shelter as a frightened puppy in April of 2013. After four months at the shelter, she was placed for adoption but was returned less than a month later. For nearly a year, she remained housed at the shelter, so afraid of new people, constantly nervous and unsure of her surroundings.

MFD Responds to Claremont Avenue Fire PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The Montclair Fire Department (MFD) responded to a structure fire at 192 Claremont Avenue on Saturday, July 24, at approximately 6:30 p.m. The fire began on the second floor and extended to the third, and fourth floors and to the roof area through pipe chases.

Fire Engines 1, 2, and 3 and Trucks 1 and 2 responded under the command of Battalion Chief Don Oakes.

Health Department Provides Heat Safety Information PDF Print E-mail

thermometer showing very high temperature Excessive heat is expected in our area for the next several days. The Montclair Health Department provides some heat safety information below.

Excessive heat events are dangerous and conditions can be life-threatening. Be sure that you and your family members stay cool and hydrated by drinking plenty of water. If you have air-conditioning, use it. If you do not, seek air-conditioned buildings during the heat of the day, such as public libraries and bookstores, malls, movie theaters and the Montclair Municipal Building.

Tips for Keeping Your Pets Safe and Comfortable in Summer Heat PDF Print E-mail

Cinnamon the happy dog

Now that summer is here, we can all enjoy spending time together indoors and out. Keep in mind there are a few things you should know to make your home safe for your pets. A few basic principles can guide good judgment.

Your pet's resting temperature is higher than yours (100-102.5F) and pets do not have the ability to cool themselves by sweating over most of their bodies, making it harder to tolerate the hotter temperatures.

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