Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program

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Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program News
A Publication of the Lucky Star Spay Neuter Program
12 Birch Lane Morristown, NJ 07960 Email:
Volume 61 April-2014
Our Mission: To gather, recognize and celebrate the continuing annual commitment of each of our member veterinarians to provide some level of absolutely free spay neuter services to the needy animals of their choice, along with any other free services they choose to provide.

Our Lucky Stars
We are proud to present this roster of Lucky Star Veterinarians. Together these 18 professionals have generously pledged 456 absolutely free spay neuter surgeries & other free services for needy animals of their choice in 2014, for which they have our admiration & thanks:

Dr. Ohad Barnea, Cliffside & Tenafly Animal Hospitals

Dr. Sarah Barnes, Eleos Veterinary Service

Dr. Erno Hollo & Dr. Kelly Vex Basking Ridge Animal Hospital

Dr. Harvey E. Hummel, Andover Animal Hospital, Newton

Dr. Danci Mock, West Caldwell Animal Hospital

Dr. Maritza Perez, West Orange Animal Hospital

Dr. P. Picone, Audubon Veterinary Associates

Dr. Sandra Stalder-Frey, Alpha Veterinary Care

Dr. Carolyn Wooley, MCSNIP, Pennington

Dr. Laura Acosta, Dr. Iris M. Biely, Dr. David Croman, Dr. Laurie Heeb, Dr. Diana Knight, Dr. Peter Midgley-DiGeronimo, Dr. Faith Perrin & Dr. Michelle Wong, People for Animals, Inc., Hillside and Robbinsville


Same old "you really should S/N your pet" tale not working? ASPCA shares some new ones, see these sample signs from Richmond SPCA .


2013 is the 4th tax yr for donating to the Cat & Dog S/N Fund by “x-ing” a box on the NJ 1040, entering a $ amt & the Fund’s ID#10. $’s fund low cost S/N’s for pets adopted from shelters & pets of folks on public assistance. Demand far exceeds this & other designated $’s from Animal Friendly Lic. Plates & dog license surcharges. So, how’s the S/N tax “x-off option” doing? Per the NJ Treas. $8,300 came in the 1st yr, & $25,300 & $21,300 in each of the next 2 yrs. NOT SO GOOD! In contrast, “Endangered Wildlife” received tax check off donations of $223,900+ in just the most recent tax year alone!)


I was happy to learn of this Rutgers based non-profit helping animals, wild & domestic, abandoned, stray, lost, feral, injured, born or otherwise found on the New Brunswick Campuses of Rutgers University. They’re a collaboration of Rutgers staff, faculty, students & community volunteers making a long-term commitment to the welfare & well-being of these animals, following the example of animal welfare groups at other colleges and universities. S/N is a key part of their effort. Read more at

“Ten great reasons to spay or neuter your pet were killed in animal shelters yesterday.”
…Dean Jones

PDF Version

Lucky Star News Volume 61 April 2014.pdf