Tour For Life Adoption Special

Our Port Washington, NY Adoption Center is filled with dogs and cats who can't wait to be your new best friend. To help them find their new homes we're offering 50% off adoption fees for all dogs and cats over 4 months!*

By |2024-03-27T10:07:19-04:00March 26th, 2024|

Violet and Her Pups Battle for Survival

Pets are not just like family, they are family. That’s why it was so heartbreaking when we first learned about Violet. Found abandoned in an empty home when her family packed up and moved away, Violet was suffering from a painful skin infection and nursing her litter of nine puppies. With no access to food or water, Violet was in desperate need of help.

By |2024-04-15T11:16:00-04:00March 26th, 2024|

Cats, Dogs, and Bunnies

This is Pattycake. She’s a one-year-old beauty abandoned by her family. Her biggest quirk? She hates other cats, even their scent on me! In many ways, she’s a typical Tortie, which means she’s smart, opinionated, and stubborn. Some people call this “tortitude,” but I’ve learned from experience that “you can’t judge a cat by her colors.”

By |2024-04-12T08:59:38-04:00March 13th, 2024|

A Journey from Cruelty to Compassion

Fifty-one dogs and puppies saved from commercial breeding facilities throughout the Midwest arrived at North Shore Animal League America this week, thanks to our partnership with National Mill Dog Rescue. It was a journey from fear and neglect to hope and healing. Many of the rescued dogs spent their past lives confined; never experienced a gentle touch or soft grass beneath their paws. Now they have a second chance for a better future.

By |2024-05-14T10:21:47-04:00March 13th, 2024|

Kira Was Saved Just in Time

Our Pet Health Centers team jumped into action recently with the arrival of Kira, a 9-month-old English Bulldog mix who was surrendered to us in significant distress. Not only was Kira in heat, but she had a prolapse of her rectum and a possible hernia that was so painful, she had to be sedated to allow our veterinary staff to examine her. The plan was for a full examination while sedated during spay surgery, that's when a life-threatening infection was found just in time to save her life.

By |2024-05-15T09:00:11-04:00February 14th, 2024|

Love = Responsibility

Besides being the month of love, hearts, and roses, February is also Responsible Pet Owners Month. And although it’s the shortest month of the year — even in a leap year —it’s full of reminders about how best to care for our animal companions. The most important of all these reminders is about spay/neuter because you cannot be a responsible pet person without supporting spay/neuter.

By |2024-03-13T15:14:41-04:00February 12th, 2024|

Charms for a Cause by Silpada

Spoil yourself and your pet with these beautiful sterling silver charms and necklaces from Silpada. Now through the end of February, Silpada will donate 40% of the purchase price from this special collection to support our no-kill mission.

By |2024-02-29T12:40:45-04:00January 16th, 2024|

It’s a new year!

For me, the beginning of a new year means working even harder to help homeless animals find warmth, safety, and love for the rest of their lives. No matter what I’m doing, even when I’m having a fireside chat with The Moosh, I’m always looking for ways to save more lives. And with the help of my Animal League America colleagues and my IG community, I know that 2024 will be a year to remember.

By |2024-02-15T17:58:30-04:00January 10th, 2024|

Giving 26 Commercial Breeder Rescues the Gift of a New Beginning

North Shore Animal League America recently embarked on a lifesaving mission in collaboration with partner National Mill Dog Rescue; driving our Mobile Rescue Unit to Missouri to pick up 26 small breed dogs who were saved from Midwest commercial breeding facilities. The dogs traveling to our Port Washington, NY campus included breeds such as Maltese, Dachshunds, Labradoodles, Pomeranians and Shih Tzus. What set this rescue apart was the higher number of puppies and younger canines compared to previous commercial breeding rescues.

By |2024-02-01T17:54:58-04:00December 20th, 2023|

Leah’s Second Chance: Overcoming a Medical Mystery

Malnourished, with bones protruding from her tiny frame when she first arrived, Leah could not keep any food down. She had been surrendered into our when her owners they could no longer handle the challenges of her mysterious condition. An emergency care facility thought perhaps Leah had pancreatitis. Our Pet Health Centers team began an exhaustive search for answers.

By |2024-01-16T17:26:07-04:00December 12th, 2023|