Bradley Panetta, director of the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter, says the following pets are available for adoption at the shelter, located at 150 Miller Pl., Syosset. The shelter is open from Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Call 516-677-5784 and ask for them by number.
We have a very handsome and friendly, 8-year-old, neutered male. Since arriving at the shelter as a stray in early December from a industrial garage he has been given the TLC treatment and has made us all fall in love with him. It is now time for him to start the next part of his journey and find a loving home of his own. Hoping everyone shares Tinsel story to make his journey home a quick one.
Surrendered to the shelter with his litter mate, Bear, when their owner who found them as babies was unable to find homes for them on her own. Cole is a black, domestic short-haired male. Cole has been neutered, up to date on all his vaccines and is microchipped.
Here we have the twin brother of Cole. Bear was surrendered to the shelter with Cole by his owner when she could no longer take care of both of them. She had them from when they were babies, and had hopes of getting them adopted. Bear is a black, domestic short-haired, 8-month-old, He is neutered, up to date on all his vaccines and micro chipped. What both of these boys need is a chance to finally be adopted into a family that will love and care for them forever.
“Hi everyone, it is me Laney. I am still available for adoption at the shelter. I have been here since March 2017 and I am still looking for my new home. I know that I am loved by the staff here, but we all know that there is no place like a home of your own. I am a 2- to 3-year-old female pit bull and I would love for you to come and meet me so I can show you what a great girl I am. I was found as a stray in Massapequa and unfortunately my owners never came looking for me. I would love to be safe and loved in a home of my own once again.”
A 3-year-old neutered male shepherd mix that was surrendered to the shelter due to a family hardship. They felt that the best life for their dog would be with new owners who had the time to give the love and care every animal deserves. Buster is a highly social and energetic dog that gets along with other dogs and children. He is a big boy weighing 66 pounds and he loves to run and play with toys. A meet-and-greet is always required if you already have a dog.
Found as a stray in Oyster Bay in mid-December. She had a collar on and we always have hope that an owner will come to get their pets when they are found with collars on. In this case, no one came. Gypsy is a 4-year-old, female, brown pit bull that is now spayed and up to date on all her vaccines. Gypsy is a fun loving, playful dog that would love to be living in a home and not a shelter like so many others like herself waiting for the right person to adopt her. We do require a meet and greet if you have another dog at home. Open your heart, give a girl a shot at having a great life.
Came to the shelter as a stray in mid-January. He is the most beautiful domestic medium-haired male, with such a shiny black coat. He is estimated to be just about 5 years old. Dart loves to explore and check out his surroundings, then he is ready to take a seat right on your lap to collect his abundance of petting, love and affection. This very handsome boy is up to date on all his vaccines, neutered and is now micro chipped. Dart is hoping to be lucky enough to find his forever home.
Had to be surrendered in early October as his owners were moving and could not take him with them. Very lovable and affectionate 2-year-old. He would do best as an only pet, and with older children. Patches would be a wonderful companion to someone who is looking for a charming young man whose life was turned upside down. Black cats are the hardest to adopt, but this guy is a gem who is just waiting to found. Patches is up to date on all his vaccines, neutered and microchipped. All he is waiting for is a special someone to love him forever.