Islip Animal Shelter

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Rating: 4.8

Average rating from 4 reviews.

(4.8 out of 5, based on 4 reviews)

210 DENVER AVENUEBAY SHORE, NY 11706
631-224-5660

254 miles away
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Studmuffin
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Rating: 5

Trying to make a difference

posted 5 years ago

This is a great little shelter that also does animal control. Tough situation because there are always so many pits or pit mixes available for adoption and not enough homes. Just wish more people would spay their own animals so they didn't end up here.

Pros: All animals are spayed or neutered before placement

Cons: need more room

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Chris
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Rating: 5

Compassionate People

posted 5 years ago

The folks at the Islip Animal Shelter are great people.
They have been there for us when we needed help w/ some difficult people who aren't animal people.
We are all grateful for all their hardwork & concern.
They are one of the best animal advocates out there.

Pros: Friendly,Knowwledgeable, Understanding

Cons: Not Open 24/7

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