Suffolk County SPCA
A jury has found a Long Island woman guilty of severely neglecting horses she rented for special events.
The 30-inch, 3-year-old gator was dropped off at a rescue group, which then contacted the SPCA.
The SPCA said a resident discovered the dog in the canal behind his house on Secatogue Lane East in West Islip at around 10 a.m. on Thursday.
Patty Armine of Holbrook said her 16-year-old pug, Bubba, got out of her backyard and was turned over to a pug rescue group, Curly Tail Pug Rescue, which is accusing her of neglecting the dog.
Ziggy, the Shih Tzu-mix that was found abandoned in a house in Lindenhurst last month, has found a forever home.
A dog is recovering after it was brought to a Long Island animal shelter in “horrible condition” last week, the the Suffolk County SPCA said.
A woman has been arrested and charged with throwing a dog from her car and leaving the animal at a gas station in Mastic, Long Island, officials announced Monday.
Suffolk County SPCA Chief Roy Gross said a witness saw a woman throw a small dog from her car in front of an Exxon gas station on Montauk Highway.
The pit bull mix was found on a beach along Old Winkle Point Drive in Eatons Neck Tuesday evening.
One might expect to find coins and crumbs while cleaning out the inside of an old couch, but one Long Island couple ran into something far less mundane on Monday.
The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was offering a $2,000 reward Wednesday for information leading to an arrest in the abandonment of a pit bull behind a Wal-Mart.
According to Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA, Harry Tommy Patrick, of Central Islip, was arrested and charged with eight counts of animal cruelty.
The SPCA is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.
The cockapoo, named Miracle, celebrated her birthday Thursday with a new haircut and mani-pedi.
The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was searching around Babylon Monday for the cream-colored miniature poodle named Bailey. They believe Islip Town kennel attendant Michael Papini let Bailey loose Dec. 23 on Cooper Street.