Some times dogs get adopted the same week they come in. But some times, other dogs aren’t so lucky. We have a bunch of dogs, and one cat, who we consider long-timers. At our shelter, an animal is considered a long-timer after about 9 months to a year of being with us. These animals aren’t bad animals by any means. Most often they’re just over looked. If you’ve been following our blog from the beginning, you’ll recognize some of the dogs I’m about to list. They have all been “Pet of the Week” before, a lot of them have their own posts just on them, being shelter favorites. I hope you won’t overlook them too, as everyone else has done previously. If you see an animal you’d like to adopt or foster, please contact the shelter at (631) 224-5660. If you’re unable to adopt or foster, please share them with your friends and family.
Lucy is a sweet girl who has been with us since March of 2011.
She is dog, cat, and kid friendly. There is no reason this girl is still here.
Emma is a lovebug who lives to give kisses. She has been with us since April of 2012.
She loves people and toys and enjoys giving hugs and kisses. She needs a home without other animals. Potential adopters should ask to see Emma out of her cage, as she has poor cage behavior due to stress. Once out of the cage she is a happy and lovable dog.
Jamie is a playful boy who loves toys. He has been with us since May o f 2012.
Jamie loves to play with people but he needs a home without other animals.
Woody is a young boy who likes to play and be around people. He came in as a puppy in June of 2012.
Woody was treated for mange and is now healthy and happy. He gets along with some dogs but needs a home without cats.
Envy is a sweet girl who loves to play. She has been with us since August of 2012.
Envy likes toys, people, and attention. She gets along with most dogs but needs a home without cats.
Dolly is a mature female cat who loves to nap. She has been with us since August of 2012.
Dolly has a little nubby tail. She is a little picky with who she enjoys to be around. She needs a home without dogs.
** Please know:
- You must be 18 and older to adopt.
- All potential adopters must do a meet and greet with the dog before an application will be approved. If you have other dogs, they must be part of that meet and greet to ensure everyone will get along.
- If you rent your home, you must have a notarized letter from your landlord stating you are allowed to own and shelter a dog there. If you’re interested in a larger dog, make sure that note states there are no breed or weight restrictions.
- Unfortunately at this time, we do not do transports.