For many of us, Halloween can be a ghostly good time. Candy, costumes and frights in the night can be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, our pets don't necessarily agree. For them it can be a stressful night that causes anxiety. North Shore Animal League America would like to offer Read More
On Sunday, October 1st, North Shore Animal League America held it’s first-ever Walk & Wag event held at the beautiful and dog-friendly North Hempstead Beach Park in Port Washington, NY. The event featured nearly 200 excited walkers and their tail wagging companions, all donning Animal League America’s signature blue bandanas Read More
Three tiny Yorkie-Poo pups were rushed to our Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center in critical condition. The puppies were severely lethargic, unable to hold down any food or water, and suffering from terrible diarrhea – all telltale signs of the highly contagious and life-threatening viral disease known as canine parvovirus.
As millions of Floridians continue to regroup after Hurricane Irma tore through the state last week, our Emergency Rescue Team is there to provide relief in any way possible.
North Shore Animal League America would like to send a big thank you to our friends at Hallmark Channel for a very generous match donation of up to $10,000 to help aid our relief efforts in the wake of the catastrophic hurricanes in Texas and Florida. Every gift that was pledged up to $10,000 Read More
As the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization, North Shore Animal League America has been at the forefront of saving the lives of innocent animals since 1944. We pride ourselves on rescuing homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens from overpopulated municipal shelters in all areas of the country, as well as right here Read More
Giving, Helping, and Saving Lives For Diane Michell, there’s a subtle distinction between “giving” and “helping,” which she explains with eloquence and insight. “I don’t feel I’m ‘giving’ when I make a donation” she says. “I feel I’m ‘helping’ Animal League America reach its goals for unfortunate animals. When I think of ‘giving,’” Read More