About Save-A-Pet

Congratulations to One Eyed Jack! Rich is so happy to have found his new fur baby!
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21 hours ago

Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue

Imagine being the person who has to kill dogs like these every day? It is the sad truth all over the country, especially down south. These adorable Dachshund mixes are the gentlest little pups. They are from a high kill shelter in Texas, and their time was up. They are only a year old and safe with us. Today the three girls were spayed and Van was neutered! To apply go online to saveapetny.org
There's no place like a home 🐾❤️🐾Texas to New York: These 4 little Dachshund mixes from a Texas high kill shelter are safe at Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue now. Three girls and a boy! All one year old and looking for love. They will be getting spayed and neutered and microchipped tomorrow. Then they will be available for adoptions. To apply go online to saveapetny.org
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One week old- Jack Sparrow had to have a second surgery to cut back the bone of his already amputated foot. He and his siblings were so tangled up in the umbilical cords that circulation was cut off from his foot. He’s too little to be knocked out so Dr. Phelps gave him a tiny local anesthetic and went to work. He’s amazing! And Jack Sparrow is back home at Dori’s snuggling and getting his bottle. We will keep a close eye on this little trooper!
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4 days ago

Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue

Thank you Portside of Port Jefferson for a fun and fundraising red carpet event! The rain didn’t stop anyone! Dogs and dog lovers had a great time supporting our shelter animals! ... See MoreSee Less

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Zenith gets the grand prize for amount of adoption applications in a 5 minute span! She got so many that we had to pull her picture off the internet! Here’s the happy family who will give her a forever home! They needed a hypoallergenic dog and wanted to adopt! They got both! Happy life Zenith! From your zillions of fans! 🐾❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Welcome Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center

We are located in Port Jefferson Station on Long Island, New York. View our hours of operation. We look forward to seeing you.

At our Long Island animal shelter, we believe it is our moral responsibility to protect and improve the lives of abused, abandoned, and homeless cats and dogs, and to place them in loving permanent homes. We provide spay and neuter services for Long Island feral cats and any necessary medical care for pets. We work diligently to educate the public, especially children, on the importance of pet sterilization, responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals.

If you are looking to adopt a pet, please view the dogs and cats in our Long Island adoption shelter and then fill out our online adoption application.

We are a non-profit, no-kill shelter 501c(3) organization located in the heart of Long Island, New York founded in 1994 by Dori Scofield. We are supported solely by public donations and every dollar makes a difference. Your support can save the life of a cat or dog. It is our intention to provide you with the most current and the latest information on our events and fundraisers. We hope you will visit us often and please donate to help us continue our mission of saving the lives of homeless, abandoned and abused pets. We are seeking funds to continue saving the lives of animals on Long Island and beyond. Any contribution is greatly appreciated. Please browse our site and feel free to contact us with any inquiries.

Our Story

Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue was founded in 1994 in Port Jefferson Station, Long Island. Our concern for the devastatingly large surplus of domestic animals sowed the seeds for our ever growing animal shelter. Under the direction of founder/president Dori Scofield, the dedicated staff, volunteers and team of veterinarians have made Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue a safe harbor for companion animals.

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