puppy rescue

One of NSAL’s many recent puppy rescues

Sixty-six bundles of pure puppy love! On March 17, North Shore Animal League rescued 66 puppies and dogs from an Oklahoma puppy mill. The puppy rescue includes a large variety of small breeds such as Poodles, Maltese, Pomeranians, Shih Tzu’s, etc. The dogs were transported from Oklahoma to North Shore’s main campus in Port Washington, NY, where they will be examined by a veterinarian, spayed/neutered, and cleaned and groomed. Check out the video of the Puppy Rescue on North Shore’s Facebook page. In about a week, they will be looking like new and ready for adoption! Because they were rescued on St. Patty’s Day, they all have lovely Irish names like Shannon, Sean, Alistair and Guinness. If you adopt one of these dogs you are bound to experience the luck of the Irish!

North Shore Animal League

North Shore Animal League (NSAL) is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. I’ve visited their main campus in Port Washington, and it’s a fabulous place! There is nothing more heart-warming than seeing how well they treat their animals, and how successful their adoptions are. You can go to their website to see all the available dogs and cats who are available for adoption. Additionally, NSAL will be visiting 54 cities in 32 states on their upcoming Tour for Life so you can adopt locally. There are also hundreds of other animal rescue organizations around the country from which to choose. Find one near you and get your rescue on!!

puppy rescue

North Shore Animal League is one of the largest no-kill shelters in the world. Please check them out and consider donating

Not in the market for a dog or cat? Consider being a donor and making a difference in the lives of these animals. These animal rescue organizations depend on your donations to offer the rescue and adoption services that they provide and to provide vital medical care for sick animals.

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