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Dogs join first pack walk held at San Souci

On Saturday, May 18, the Long Island Dog Owners’ Association (LI-DOG) held their first “Pack Walk” at San Souci Park in Sayville. LI-DOG schedules nine Pack Walks a year with …

On Sunday, April 28, the Friends of the Bayport-Blue Point Library hosted the first annual “Barkminster” festival for families, especially furry-legged members. Over 100 dogs were in …

On Saturday, July 13, the Island Sym phony Orchestra will perform Leopold Mozart’s “Hunting Symphony” at Bay Shore’s Under the Big Tent Festival. The twist? The piece requires …

On Saturday, April 27, The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held their annual Springfest. Originally scheduled earlier this year in March, the event was moved to April following heavy rains. …

On Sunday, April 28, from 1 to 4 p.m., the Bayport-Blue Point Public Library will be hosting the “Bayminster” dog event that will include a dog parade at 3 p.m., vendors, a barbecue food …

On Wednesday, April 3, a house caught fire on Astor Drive in Sayville, where a good Samaritan rescued a resident from a second-story window. Suffolk County Police Fifth Precinct officers …

Detectives from the Suffolk County SPCA charged a Ronkonkoma woman with animal cruelty for neglecting to maintain a sanitary environment for her 49 animals. Around noon on April 2, members of …

Kitten season, the period when hundreds of stray and feral cats give birth, begins in February and ends sometime between October and November. An unspayed kitten can go into heat at just six …

Some people were born to be doctors, lawyers, artists, or athletes, and some animals were born to be therapy animals—comforting strangers, building community, and bringing joy to all they …

Avery, a 5-year-old Labrador/bulldog rescue, went missing on Christmas and after a townwide search, was able to be back in her warm, loving home before New Year’s Eve. “We discovered …

Detectives from the Suffolk County SPCA arrested a Bayport woman on Monday, Nov. 6, with animal cruelty by failing to maintain a habitable living environment for her 14 cats and two dogs and allowing …

On Sunday, Oct. 1, St. John’s Episcopalian Church in Oakdale hosted an animal blessing for friends with fur, feathers, and fins in honor of a recently completed St. Francis, the patron saint of …

Mainstay performers Toni Homeperm and Ashley Jade hosted a Haunted Paint Night at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café on Saturday, Sept. 23, where patrons were able to conjure up a spooky portrait of …

The white van was innocuous enough, but when the back door opened, alpacas Mauriso-Gustavo, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Julian walked gracefully down the ramp with their parents, Conrad and Luisa Lissade, …

Pets will have their day to march or be carried down Main Street from the Prince of Peace parking lot, when the Sayville Rotary Club launches its free pet parade yet again on Saturday, Sept. 9 at 9 …

Detectives from the Suffolk County SPCA charged two Bohemia women who abandoned a black cat at South Denver Avenue in Bay Shore. Roy Gross, chief of the Suffolk SPCA, said that its detectives …

Liza Thompson, a fifth-grade Academy Street student from Bayport, has become an entrepreneur and philanthropist offering homemade, on-trend, bespoke beaded bracelets for the upcoming school year, …

Rescue dog, Sushi, celebrated her first birthday at Davis Park with her family, the Chavious clan from Bayport, on July 31. Named by daughter, Tierney, 7, for her resemblance to a sushi roll, …

As August begins, Long Islanders continue to enjoy their favorite summer activities, like hosting backyard barbecues, lounging by the pool, boating on the Great South Bay, or curling up with a good …

On Friday, July 28, the Shabby Tabby Cat Café hosted one of two fundraisers for recently adopted kitty, Boo Boo, who underwent $15,000 of emergency medical care shortly after finding his …

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