A “loveable” pooch named Bruno — the last pet remaining at a Nassau County emergency shelter for animals displaced last year by Hurricane Sandy — needs a home because the facility is closing Saturday, officials said.
With Tropical Storm Hermine potentially bringing strong winds and coastal flooding, Nassau County SPCA is advising all Long Island pet owners to be vigilant about the safety of their animals. From identification and confinement, to supplies and documentation, the article below has some key tips for ensuring that all pets are just as safe as their owners throughout the storm.
Ginger, a beautiful young boxer mix, is losing her mind after living 2 years in a kennel. She is in NASSAU COUNTY LONG ISLAND NY (Feb. 11) Someone please help this baby find a forever home. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=675750872471843&set=a.675750862471844.1073742077.429442887102644&type=1&theater
Though you are undoubtedly feeling the heat today, the Nassau County SPCA is reminding all Long Islanders that our pets are too! From exercising tips to identifying signs of dehydration and heat stroke, the article below has important information for all pet owners to consider as temperatures rise!
In the largest event to raise awareness about homeless cats, kittens from two shelters in Nassau County will be in the spotlight Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, as they compete in the first-ever “Kitten Bowl” on the Hallmark Channel.
NASSAU COUNTY, NY- Mutilated puppy recovering after someone cut off her ears & one rear leg. "We are asking the public & animal lovers to help us in our efforts to raise funds for the needed surgeries & care that this poor puppy faces. More importantly, for this sweet little girl who has been named "Miss Harper" we have to find a loving home." Anyone w/ info is asked to call the SPCA at 516-843-7722.
Superstorm Sandy seems like a long time ago to most of us who were not affected, but for Bruno it feels like a lifetime ago. The adult Rottweiler has been living in a shelter since the storm, where there were as many as 500 other pets that needed temporary homes while their families got their lives back on track.