These Pets Are Waiting For A Welcoming Home

 Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter pets for adoption

The Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter has plenty of canine and feline companions to make loving additions to your family. The shelter is located at 150 Miller Place, Syosset. Hours of operations are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday. For information call 516-677-5784 or visit

Here are some (mostly) new adoptable pets available at the shelter:

JEWEL #160730 – Jewel was found in early November when we received a call that a dog was tied to a tree in the Massapequa Preserve. Upon arriving at the shelter, it was clear Jewel had recently had a litter of puppies. Apparently now she was of no use to whoever previously owned her. This beautiful and happy girl is now spayed and she has received all of her vaccines and is in great health. Jewel needs a home without cats or small dogs. She has been through so much and we are hoping that someone will be able to love her and show her that she is just as important as the puppies that were taken from her.


MARBLES #170076 – Marbles came to the shelter in early March. He was found by an employee of a local animal hospital in their parking lot. This young male was named Marbles because he is a happy go lucky, goof ball. He loves attention and his favorite thing to do is to go on walks. Whenever he sees that leash, you can see his eyes light up. Since arriving to us, Marbles is up to date on all vaccines, neutered and microchipped. All he needs is family


DANTE #170106 – Dante is a 2-year-old, male, American Staffordshire Terrier that was left behind when his owners moved and left him to fend for himself. He looks like a big boy in his picture, but pictures can be deceiving. Dante is short and stocky and weighs in at only 44 pounds. Since becoming a part of our shelter family, Dante has shown that he likes to run, play and is enjoying having people who now care about him. The goal now is to find a family that will never abandon him again. We hope that this sweet little guy can get your attention with the hopes of finding his new home.


TURBO #170207 – My name is Turbo and I was brought to the shelter as a stray. I was found in Syosset. I am approximately 4 years old, weighing 68 pounds and these very nice people here at the shelter gave me the cute name Turbo. Taking walks is awesome and I know we will both love doing that together. I am up to date on my vaccines, neutered, and micro chipped so I will never get lost without hope of finding my owner ever again. If you have a dog, a meet and greet is required. Any questions, you might have about me, please call the shelter. Hope to see you soon.

Baby Huey

BABY HUEY #170159 – This gentle giant is a 4-year-old, male pit bull. He is a very sweet and lovable dog. Huey is excellent when walking on the leash. He loves to play with toys, and interacting with people. Huey weighs 73 pounds and was found as a stray. Since coming to the shelter, Huey is up to date on all his vaccines, micro chipped and neutered. He would really be a wonderful addition to anyone who loves a big mush! If you have any questions, please call the shelter.


AMOROSO #170217 – Amoroso is a 5-year-old, male/neutered domestic short hair. His owner was no longer able to care for him so he is now waiting for the next chapter in his life to start with his new family. Amoroso is so very sweet. This nine pound boy, sings and talks for attention. Amoroso means LOVE and a more fitting name could not have been chosen for this guy. We hope that in the midst of kitten season, there will be someone who will choose Amoroso, as we know he will change your life for the better.

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