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By Allison Roesser
Mar. 21, 2018: Hi, my name is Lottie. I am a three-year-old, twelve-pound terrier/dachshund mix who loves everyone and everything--kids, dogs, cats...you name it, I love it.
I am super sweet and gentle. When I first meet you, I may be a little shy, but if you give us a moment to get acquainted, I will come to love you in no time at all. Oh, I should also mention that I know exactly where to do my business and, of course, I know it's not in the house.
I am happiest when I am around other dogs and often end up being the life and entertainment of the party. I think I would really enjoy being in a home with another dog. So if you are looking for a new bestie for your current pooch, I may be just the one for you.
Right now, I am in the care of Friends with Four Paws rescue group and am living in a foster home in Astoria. If you would like to meet me, please fill out this adoption application form. For more information about me, you can email
. Make sure to put your phone number in the email so they can call you back quickly.
The adoption donation for me is $475. This includes spay/neuter surgery, full (age appropriate) vaccinations, microchip insertion and registration, deworming, heartworm testing and prevention, and flea and tick prevention.
All of the dogs rescued by this group come from local municipal shelters and the general public. Each dog is first placed in a foster home where it is kept for a minimum of two weeks for quarantine to ensure that, if it is sick, it can receive proper treatment (I am really healthy by the way). After the two-week quarantine period, we are spayed/neutered and fully vetted. Then we are placed on the website for adoption. I was just posted, so lucky you get first dibs on meeting me. Hope to see you soon!
By Allison Roesser Oct. 17, 2018: Maximus is a super-cute seven-month-old domestic short-hair kitten with one green eye and one blue eye. Recently, Maximus lost the only home he had...Read more
Friends of Animals
Friends of Animals, founded in 1957 and based in Darien, Connecticut, is a non-profit animal advocacy organization. They work “to cultivate a respectful view of nonhuman animals, free-living and domestic.” They inform members of animal advocacy issues and encourage members to get involved in their communities.
777 Post RoadSuite 205
Darien, Connecticut 06820
In Defense of Animals
In Defense of Animals is an animal protection organization “dedicated to ending the exploitation and abuse of animals.” They have educational events, boycotts, grassroots activism and hands-on rescue “through [their] sanctuaries in Mississippi and Cameroon, Africa.”
3010 Kerner Blvd
San Rafael, California 92901
Animal Medical Center
510 East 62nd Street
New York, New York 10021
Central Animal Hospital
317 Ardsley Road (corner Central Avenue)
Scarsdale, New York 10583
Tuckahoe Animal Hospital
20 Depot Square
Tuckahoe, New York 10707
Westchester Animal Hospital
364 Gramatan Avenue
Mount Vernon, New York 10552-3294
Animal-link.org is “dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of all living creatures.” It is a networking and information resource and lists shelters, animal rescue organizations, dog parks, lost pets, pets ready to be adopted and much more
Muffin’s Pet Connection
Established in 1988, Muffin’s Pet Connection is a non-profit animal service organization. They offer discount spay/neuter certificate programs and assist for pet owners and rescuers in finding homes for pets.
9728-3rd Avenue B125
Brooklyn, New York 11209-7742
New Rochelle Humane Society
Founded in 1911, the New Rochelle Humane Society is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing individual loving care for lost, abandoned, injured, and mistreated animals. They service 17 communities in Westchester County and rescue over 500 dogs and 900 cats each year.
70 Portman Road
New Rochelle, New York 10801
Pet Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue organization founded in 1982 by volunteer workers who met at an animal shelter and were “dismayed at the terrible living conditions of the animals there.” It is not a formal shelter but rather a “small group of volunteers that foster dogs and cats until they are adopted.”
PO Box 393
Larchmont, New York 10538
Petfinder.com helps you find a pet to adopt. It also provides information on preparing for your pet and on training and caring for your pet. Message boards and forums allow you to share ideas with other pet owners.
Shelter Pet Alliance, Inc.
Shelter Pet Alliance is a non-profit organization that “assists animals in shelters throughout the United States by promoting adoptions, and ensuring humane housing conditions and proper care.
81 Pondfield Road Suite 182
Bronxville, New York 10708
2350 Central Park Avenue
Yonkers, New York
Provisions for Pets
110 Kraft Avenue
Bronxville, New York 10708
Dees Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Services
Individual daily walks and overnight stays
Loving and caring professionals
Local vet references
Ken Berenson's Canine Services
Obedience Classes/Private Lessons
Ken Berenson, dog training instructor at the Round Hill Community House in Greenwich CT since 1976, offers obedience classes for dogs. Classes run for six sessions with registration on the first night of class. Fee is $180. Ken is an experienced dog behavior expert and an accomplished dog sport competitor. He also offers private lessons in your home. Ken has an A+. Rating with the Better Business Bureau and is an AKC CGC Approved Evaluator.
Pamper 4 Paws specializes in grooming, bathing, pampering and more! Co-owner Erin Gedney, has over 20 years experience in professional pet grooming and 15 Years as a veterinarian assistant. Co-Owner, Dee (Diane) Currenti is also the owner of Dee's Dog Walking and Pet Sitting and has 15 Years experience in Pet care and 10 Years as a veterinarian assistant. The entire staff as 50 Years of combined experience and are "dedicated to your pets like they were our own." They offer $10.00 off the first grooming or bath!
27 West Grand Street
Fleetwood, NY 10552
Paws and Play Pet Resort
Paws and Play Pet Resort & Training Center is not your typical boarding facility. We pride ourselves on being a premier Dog Lodging, Daycare, Bathing and Training facility that provides unparallel pet care. As a family-owned and operated business, our primary goal at Paws and Play is to make sure every guests feels like family. We accomplish this with tons of one-on-one attention by providing a similar daily routine that your dog receives at home. With 4,000 sq. ft. of fun, safe, indoor and outdoor play yards, we are confident we can accommodate your dog's favorite activities. We look forward to being your dog's home away from home whether you're at work for the day or away on vacation. Call us today or stop in anytime for a tour and meet our two and four legged family members!
We surpass the industry's highest standards of cleanliness, safety and care. Our safety precautions include a sprinkler system, fire alarm system, security alarm system, 24 hour surveillance cameras and backup generator. You can rest assure your dog is safe at Paws and Play.
72 Marbledale Road
Tuckahoe, NY 10708
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