Adoption fees vary but in general the following rates apply: Dogs: Female - .00, Male - .00 Puppies: Female - .50, Male - .50Cats: Female - .00, Male - .00Kittens: Female - .00, Male - .00 ALL ADOPTIONS WILL REQUIRE APPROVAL OF YOUR COMPLETED ADOPTION APPLICATION. Before leaving the shelter, cats are FELV tested, dewormed, altered, and vaccinated for the following: Rabies, HCP, and Bordetella. The Commack Animal Emergency Hospital and the Veterinary Medical Group are both local organizations open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including Sundays and Holidays, and serve on an emergency basis.
Adoption Fees: CASH ONLYResident fees include a dog license DOG/PUPPY ADOPTIONResident Non-resident 60 AND OVERDOG/PUPPY ADOPTIONResident Non-resident Compatibility Check - You must bring your dog to see if they get along with a new friend. CAT/KITTEN ADOPTION60 AND OVER Currently, the Shelter does not have a clinic that provides low cost rabies vaccinations or spay and neuter services on premises. New York Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center2233 Broadhollow Road Farmingdale, NY 11735(631) 694-3400Commack Animal Emergency Hospital3095 East Jericho Turnpike East Northport, NY 11731(631) 499-6622Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island75 Sunrise Highway West Islip, NY 11795(631) 587-0800 Yes, the Town's Animal Shelter does provide low cost and humane euthanasia of pets belonging to Town residents.
Animals can be brought to the Shelter at those times and proof of residency is required.
The shelter director may decline to euthanize an animal for humane reasons.
You may spend time with your pet immediately before and after the procedure.
There is a turn in fee for dogs, for senior citizens and a fee to turn in cats, for senior citizens. The term "No Kill" is most often associated with private shelters.
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An owner of such an animal would need to look elsewhere for placement, usually a municipal shelter.