Animal Abuse Registry

Miss Harper (credit: Nassau County SPCA)

Nassau County Legislature Approves Proposal For Animal Abuse Registry

The Nassau County Legislature on Monday passed a bill that would establish an online registry of people convicted of animal abuse.

05/19/2014

Miss Harper (credit: Nassau County SPCA)

Nassau County Looks To Set Up Animal Abuse Registry

Gary Rogers with the Nassau SPCA said in the case of Miss Harper – the pit bull mix that had her leg and ears cut off – those charged were convicted of abusing another dog before that incident.

05/07/2014

Peter Vallone Jr. (credit: petervallone.com)

Councilman Hopes For Passage Of Animal Abuse Registry Bill

Just like sex offenders must register on a list, animal abusers in New York City could have to do the same under legislation passed this week by the City Council and headed to the mayor’s desk.

12/21/2013

Frankie the chihauhua -- was rescued in a raid in Yaphank. (Photo/Mona Rivera)

Suffolk County Passes Animal Abuse Bill

County legislators Tuesday passed legislation that bars pet stores, breeders and animal shelters from selling or giving animals to people listed on Suffolk’s animal abuse registry.

05/11/2011

Frankie the chihauhua -- was rescued in a raid in Yaphank. (Photo/Mona Rivera)

Suffolk County Approves Animal Abuse Registry

The new measure would require county residents older than 18 to register on an online registry for five years after their convictions on animal abuse charges. It was approved Tuesday.

10/13/2010