Forgotten Friends of Long Island has been providing pet lovers across Long Island with dogs who are up for adoption. We have many cute dogs that are ready to be in a new home. All dogs deserve to have a home and deserve the love of an owner. We pride ourselves in helping these rescue dogs by taking them in from bad situations and helping them find a home. Our process of finding a home for our furry friends can be extensive. However, it is all to make sure that all of the dogs we put up for adoption are going to a home where they will have love.
So please, do not hesitate to reach out today for more information about our adoption policies. The number for our office is 1-516-719-0808. When you call, we will go over all of the details regarding the adoption of a new pet. Adopt a dog today! Bring home a new bundle of joy! We offer our dog adoption opportunities for people across both Suffolk and Nassau County. So no matter where on Long Island you are located, our doors are open to you!
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization. We are an organization that is dedicated to the rescue of companion animals that have been left in municipal shelters across Long Island. These are dogs that have been left for an extended period of time and were overlooked by both the general public and other rescue groups. Forgotten Friends has no paid staff. Every dollar we raise is used to provide quality medical attention and rehabilitation for the rescue animals that are in our care.
Forgotten Friends of Long Island has been serving the community for years. We have been offering up dog adoption opportunities to families across Long Island. For more details about adopting a dog, please reach out to us today. The number to call is 516-719-0808. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding dog adoption, as well as provide you with all the required information in order for you to adopt a dog.
ANIMALS ARE SEEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
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