Come on, Long Island — this is the purrfect time of year to adopt a new best friend! And if you can’t adopt but wish to help animals in need, the Nassau County SPCA is seeking donations to help with the rescue of more than 59 cats at a hoarder house in Bellmore.
What does one dog and 15 cats have in common? They’re all looking for their furever home of course! Please read and help share their stories to help make their one wish come true.
Whether you have a new, younger pet or an older furry friend at home, you may wonder if pet insurance is worth the financial commitment.
Pet adoption is a numbers game. When you rescue one dog or cat, you save their life and also the life of the next homeless animal that gets their spot at the shelter/rescue.
There’s always a wide variety of special animals available for adoption on Long Island, and this week is no different.
Melanie Hanan, founder/owner of WagMore Dog Training, LLC, has been in the dog training business for more than 10 years and provides two of the most popular types of dog training services for her clients: board-and-train programs and in-home training.
Senior animals find themselves in shelters and rescues for reasons outside of their control and really thrive when given a safe, loving home to call their own.
Summer can take a toll on our furry friends in unexpected ways. We’ve asked Leigh Wixson, Licensed Veterinary Technician and Animal Shelter Supervisor at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter, to weigh in on some common questions.