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Congratulations to Kim Kilmer and her group Schultz Senior Dachshund Sanctuary for their induction into the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association’s Animal Hall of Fame on March 4th. Via nj.com:
The sanctuary has placed over 100 dachshunds since it was founded in 2006. In all cases, without Kilmer’s help, these dachshunds would have been left with few, if any, options.
She and Schultz Senior Dachshund Sanctuary were nominated by the Wimsey Family and Dr. Chadd Tindall of Mobile Veterinary Services in Stockton.
The Animal Hall of Fame was established by the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association to publicly celebrate the human-animal bond. More than 80 animals, including dogs, cats, horses and birds have been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Kim Kilmer, founder of Schultz Senior Dachshund Sanctuary, hugs her dog, Edna, who was rescued from a shelter in South Carolina. Edna passed away a year ago.