Animal World USA is currently working with community leaders, shelters, rescue groups, agencies, businesses and organizations daily across the entire state.
Let's join together in this exciting New York Week for the Animals. Animal World USA is presenting the week as part of our AW USA Weeks for the Animals campaign and is thrilled to be working with the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals. We can surely expect New Yorkers to make history across the entire state with 100+ events.
September and October and All Year Around
A Salute to Military and Working K-9's
Fort Drum Army Base
91st Military Police Batallion
Bldg # 10715
Mt. Belvedere Blvd.
Ft. Drum, NY 13602-5000
We honor the service of the military and working K-9's and handlers. Please send cards or letters of support to these brave working canines and their dedicated handlers listed above who serve abroad and in the communities of New York. God Bless Our Troops. Let us all thank the courageous K-9's who have saved and protected so many lives. Please visit http://www.drum.army.mil
Friday (to Sunday) Sept 30-October 2nd 8:30 am til
Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue
DONKEY WELFARE RESCUE SYMPOSIUM
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850
Sept 30-October 2nd , 2016 – Cornell University, NY - TLAER SPECIALTY Course – and Speaking at the DONKEY WELFARE RESCUE SYMPOSIUM - More information from Dr. Radcliffe, DVM Email: email@example.com or Nancy Grossman, Continuing Education Coordinator, College of Veterinary Medicine, Office of Continuing Education, Cornell University, NY PHONE: Nancy 607.253.3200.Classes begin Sat at 8:30, Sat 8:00 Sun 8:00 am.
Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue TM courses are a total mind event focusing on real situations while teaching better response tactics and incident communication in common emergency situations with large animals – trail riding, trailer wrecks, trapped in mud or ditches, and advanced handling skills. Understand the mechanics of a correct response to large animal incident scenes and interacting with professional emergency responders and animal victims in a safe manner! Contact: (Wonderful gentleman) Mark Burger Email: MBURGER@OCSWCD.ORG
Saturday,October 1st 8:00 am-til
Hamptons Marathon, Half Marathon or 5K
Long Island’s East End
The Hamptons Marathon covers some of the most beautiful terrain on Long Island’s East End. Travel through wooded roads and past gorgeous beaches on a course that is generally flat and fast with a few rolling hills. Benefiting: North Shore Animal League America--Fun for pets and the people who love them! For more information, please call 800-818-3647 x176.
Saturday, October 1st 8:00 am til
1st Annual Mutts on the Mountain 5K/Lazy Dog 1 Mile Fun Run
Blue Mountain Reservation Peekskill, NY 10566
Benefiting the Westchester Parks Foundation (thewpf.org), the 1st Annual Mutts on the Mountain 5K and Lazy Dog Fun Run is the only timed trail race (of any length) in the Tri-State area that allows you to run with your canine companion. This is a not-to-be-missed event for hikers, joggers, runners, and of course your well-behaved four legged friend. All registrants get a dri-fit custom Mutts on the Mountain t-shirt and all canine participants get a custom Mutts on the Mountain bandanna. See complete schedule . http://www.active.com/peekskill-ny/running/trail-run-races/mutts-on-the-mountain-5k-lazy-dog-1-mile-fun-run-2016
Saturday, October 1st 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Best Friends Animal Society Strut Your Mutt
Hudson River Park's Pier 84
W. 43rd Street and the West Side Highway (next to the Intrepid) NY, NY 10014
Leisurely 2-mile group dog walk followed by a festival that includes doggie yoga and massage, photo opp's, free consultations with trainers and pet specialists, Complimentary treats for your dogs. Activity for Kids of All Ages and Their Pups The Mix, mingle, take photos, and enjoy:
Activities, Entertainment and Stage Events. Contests, Exhibitors and Food Vendors Make your own custom pet ID tag on the spot! Contests Canine Cafe with dog treats & food Barking Boutique (pet related product vendors) .
Why: To raise money for our participating local animal rescue groups (our No More Homeless Pets Network Partners) and Best Friends Animal Society, and help bring about a time when there are No More Homeless Pets. Visit website bestfriends.org or http://www.strutyourmutt.org/
Registration Fees -pls ck prices-last yr : •Individuals: $30 ($35 day-of) •Couples: $50 ($60 day-of) •Kids 12 and under with t-shirt: $20 ($25 day-of)•Kids 12 & under without t-shirt: Free
If you need any help with registration or have any questions please call Jill at 973-420-0577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, October 1st 9:30 am -5:00 pm
The New York State Museum Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition 2016
New York State Museum Cultural Education Center 222 Madison Avenue Albany, NY 12230
The Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition presents artwork selected by a panel of jurors from the fall 2015 and the spring 2016 student art exhibitions at the State University Plaza in downtown Albany over the past academic year. The works on exhibit at the New York State Museum represent the wide range of media being studied by art students within SUNY. the goal of bringing the accomplished work of SUNY’s student artists to a wider and more diverse audience. The mission continues with the ninth installment of the exhibition at the New York State Museum. Exhibit runs through October 23, 2016. http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/
The New York State Museum serves the lifelong educational needs of New Yorkers and visitors through its collections, exhibitions, scholarship, programs, media and publications in science, history, anthropology, and art. The Museum explores and expresses New York State’s significant natural and cultural diversity, past and present. Information: 518-474-5877
Saturday, October 1st (& 2nd & add'l days below) , 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Long Island Fair
Old Bethpage Village 1303 Round Swamp Road Old Bethpage, 11804
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am-til
Church of the Advent Blessing of the Animals
Church of the Advent 54 Delaware Rd, Buffalo/Kenmore, NY 14217
Bring your pet to be blessed at Church. H/C access. If you have any questions about Advent or the Episcopal Church, please do not hesitate to contact me at the parish office (716-876-6504) or by email at email@example.com
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am- 3:00 pm
Clifton Commons Clifton Park, NY 12065
The event is a combination pet festival and home show. In addition to businesses of all sorts there will also be vets, trainers, walkers, and groomers and rescue groups with pets to adopt. Children will enjoy the free pony rides and a bevy of clowns.
Those with dogs will be invited to parade their four-legged friends while judges determine recipients for many merchant-donated prizes. For more information, contact show manager Frank Demetrowitz at 518.371.4547.
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Homeward Bound Dog Rescue of NY Adoption Clinic
Homeward Bound 202 Front St. (our entrance is really on John St.)
Schenectady, NY 12105 518.424.1738
There are many ways that you can add your talents to the work we do with Homeward Bound.
We have a continual need for foster homes as the availability of those homes is what dictates the number of dogs we are able to bring into our program. The more foster homes we have available, the more dogs we can keep out of shelters and in our care until they find their forever home. Pls consider volunteering. Have fun and save lives. http://www.homewardbounddogrescue.com/volunteer.php
Saturday, October 1st 1o:30 am-til
Storybook Walk with Quogue Library: Little Red Bat
Quogue Wildlife Refuge 3 Old Country Road Quogue, NY 11959
One hour self-guided paddles on Old Ice Pond during foliage season is great , Upcoming Events, Up the Creek with a paddlefun! Single kayaks available for adults and kids 12 and older. Kids under 16 in kayaks must be accompanied by a supervising ault. Canoes available as well, a great option for families! Reservations and payment required ahead of time. $10.00 per person. Space is limited, so reserve early.
Inside the Charles Banks Belt Nature Center you will find a warm and friendly environment where you can observe wildlife through huge windows that overlook Old Ice Pond. A variety of exhibits, turtles, snakes, a touch table, a children's room, and a sitting area with a beautiful view of the pond can be enjoyed inside of the Nature Center.
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Forever Home Greyhound All Dawg's Adoption Day
Tractor Supply Company 329 Glenmont Road, Glenmont, NY 12077
Please join us The 1st Saturday of every month at Tractor Supply, Glenmont to mix and mingle with our awesome Greyhounds, and Galgo's who are looking for their forever homes.See if a Greyhound or Galgo might be right for your family !
Adoption awareness event with Greyhounds present. Applications available and pre-approved adopters may pick their Greyhounds up at this event. Visit our website to learn more more. Phone (518) 584-7777.
Forever Home Greyhound Adoptions is a group of close friends who banded together in an effort to help as many retired racers as possible. We are a non profit organization whose sole interest is helping the Greys find the perfect Forever Home. http://www.foreverhomegreyhounds.com/ ________________________________________________________
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am- 3:00 pm
Adopt-A-Dog Pet Pantry Day
Pet Pantry Warehouse 290 Railroad Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830
Adopt-A-Dog is a dog and cat rescue sanctuary organization serving New York and Connecticut and beyond for three decades. Our shelter is open 7 days a week. Our dedicated staff, volunteers strive to provide the best care possible while the animals are at our shelter awaiting safe and permanent homes.
You are invited to come and see for yourselves what our shelter is all about. The shelter is open seven days a week. We would be happy to schedule an appointment to give a personal tour of our nearly two-acre sanctuary and have you meet the animals that will benefit directly from your generous donations. Please give us a call today at 914-273-1674. We look forward to seeing you soon! Kennel in New York. http://www.adopt-a-dog.org/
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Rawhide Rescue Adoption Day
PetSmart 145 Promenade Blvd Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Rawhide Rescue saves dogs who have 'fallen through the cracks'... meet some of their exceptional sweeties and learn more about how you can help them all year long. Come out and say hi and be loved by our sweeties. Rawhide Rescue is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization whose primary mission is to rescue dogs, regardless of age, medical needs or other conditions. http://members.petfinder.com/~NJ235/index.htm
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Bide-A-Wee: Cats and Dogs Adoption Event
CAMP CANINE and The New York Dog Shop
46 WEST 73rd STREET Manhattan, NY 10023
Camp Canine, in cooperation with The New York Dog Shop, will be holding a Bide-A-Wee Adoption Event, with adoptable dogs at Camp Canine and Adoptable Cats at The New York Dog Shop. Goody bags, samples, refreshments, and more!
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Southhampton Shelter at San Gennaro Festival
Hampton Bays Hampton Bays Railroad Station Hampton Bays NY 11946
The San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons Committee is proud to announce the return of the Feast this October. The Feast will offer a fun mixture of new activities as well as old favorites–live entertainment, top-notch artisans, midway rides, fireworks, delicious Italian delicacies and SASF will be there too! Call us (631) 728-PETS (7387) Pls visit
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am -1:00 pm
Homeward Bound Adoption Clinic
Homeward Bound Dog Rescue of New York, LLC.
202 Front St. (our entrance is really on John St.) Schenectady, NY 12105
Homeward Bound is a not for profit volunteer organization. We are not a shelter and we do not have a facility - all the dogs in our program live in foster homes. We take our dogs into our homes and care for them as if they were our own until they go to their forever homes. The time we spend with them helps us to learn more about them, which allows us to be able to provide applicants with an accurate assessment and the dog’s individual strengths and needs. Visit http://www.homewardbounddogrescue.com/
Homeward Bound is a Non-Profit Organization and we accept monetary donations. We can also use the following items: Blankets, Towels, Kennels, Carriers, Bleach, Natures Miracle, Stamps, Paper and Office Supplies, Gas Cards. If you would like to make a donation please contact us at 518.424.1738 or email. With your help, we can rescue and find new homes for even more dogs in the future.
Saturday, October 1st 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Capital District Humane Association Dog Adoption Clinic
PetSmart 609 Troy Schenectady Rd Latham, New York (518) 785-4621
The Capital District Humane Association -- "For the Love of Animals" -- was formed in response to the serious need for a private animal welfare group to serve the Capital Region of New York State. It is incorporated and approved by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) of New York City.
Members of the Capital District Humane Association (CDHA) are volunteers with many years of experience working with displaced and homeless animals. CDHA has found good homes for hundreds of displaced animals through a careful "adoption" process: Visit http://www.cdha.net/pets-for-adoption/
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC): Pet Adoption Event
at Biscuits & Bath
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-788-4000, or visit the Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) website. http://www.nycacc.org
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
My Dog Loves Central Park Fair
Naumburg Bandshell (mid-Park at 72nd Street)
Mid-Park from 66th to 72nd Streets NY, NY 10021
Come, sit, stay, and celebrate Central Park and its dog community! Tails will be wagging as Central Park Conservancy and its program for dog lovers, Central Park Paws, host you and your canine for an afternoon of contests, training tips, games, and more. Eventbrite - Central Park Conservancy Dog Fair.
This event is hosted by Central Park Paws, a program of Central Park Conservancy. Central Park Paws encourages dog owners to become stewards of the Park and serves as the connector between the dog community, Central Park, and the Conservancy. Free; RSVP to let us know you're coming! Open to all ages. The Fair an on-leash event. Schedule www.centralparknyc.org/about/programs/
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am- 4:00 pm
Animal Rescue of the Hamptons ADOPT-A-THON
Adoption Center 91 Daniels Hole Road Wainscott, New York 11975
ADOPTION Hours: 11am to 4pm 7 Days A Week! See loving adoptables on our comprehensive website. Events and volunteer opps too! Sound Beach Pet Fair, Hartlin Inn parking lot, 30 New York Ave, Sound Beach. ARF's work with animals, within our community and throughout the organization is guided by three core values: compassion, integrity and dedication. Visit http://www.arfhamptons.org/
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am-3:00 pm
Wanderers' Rest Humane Association Adoption Day
Petco 310 Northern Lights Plaza North Syracuse, NY 13212 (315) 454-3949
Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association is an open admission shelter dedicated to providing the highest quality care and compassion for the animals entrusted to us while leading our community in creating a more humane society.
WRHA is the sole open admissions dog and cat shelter in Madison County which is dedicated to providing the highest quality care and compassion for the animals entrusted to us, striving to enhance adoptability, and re-homing adoptable animals at the highest rate possible, while educating and leading our community in creating a more humane society.
Saturday October 1st 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Last Chance Animal Rescue Adoption Day
Petco Patchogue 401 Sunrise Hwy Patchogue NY 11772
Come join us in Patchogue - shop, rescue a dog and make a friend for life. We have puppies and adult dogs available. Please come by meet our dogs, say hello and learn more about Last Chance Animal Rescue. We are always looking for volunteer and foster homes. For more information visit www.lcarescue.org or contact email@example.com http://www.lcarf.org/animals/browse
Last Chance Animal Rescue is a charitable, not-for profit 501(c)(3)organization, created to save the lives of animals. We rescue animals that are locate in "KILL" facilities and underwrite the costs of relocating them to "NO KILL" facilities and foster homes in hopes of finding them a forever family. We work with veterinarians for spay-neuter and provide other medical services until permanent placement is secured into a pre-screened home. We depend on your donations to continue to save these helpless loving animals from being killed, as a faithful friend you can support our ongoing mission to save as many lives as we can.
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Pet Rescue Dog & Puppy 2 Meet & Greets
Pet Supplies 2157 Moselsy & 2157 Penfield Rd Rochester, NY 14526
We have many loving pets waiting on their families. If you are interested in adopting a dog, please complete an application online prior to the event. ***Applications will not be accepted at the event.*** The following dogs will be attending the event unless they are adopted beforehand. http://www.ny-petrescue.org/faq.php Pet Rescue's mission is to aid homeless, abandoned and neglected cats and dogs, to nurture them in the foster care of volunteers, to provide veterinary care a nd socialization, and to place them in permanent loving and responsible homes. Pet Rescue also works to decrease the population of homeless dogs and cats through its spay/neuter programs. http://www.lcarf.org/
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am- 3:00 pm.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary (CAS) Tours
Catskill Animal Sanctuary 316 Old Stage Road Saugerties, NY 12477
Twelve species of farm animals -- over 250 two and four-legged friends -- call CAS home. Every single one has his or her own story of healing and recovery, unique personality, likes and dislikes, and ways of showing affection. Learn about some of them here: we hope you can meet them, and the rest of the CAS family, in person soon! 845 336-8447 Visit http://www.casanctuary.org
Catskill Animal Sanctuary is located in Saugerties, NY, two hours north of New York City, in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Started in 2001, CAS works to: Provide a safe and loving haven for abused, abandoned, and neglected horses and farm animals . CAS has provided refuge for over 1,500 desperately needy farm animals: horses, cows, goats, sheep, donkeys, pigs, rabbits, turkeys, chickens, ducks and geese!
Saturday, October 1st 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Helping Hounds Pumpkins & Pooches Chili Cook-Off
Helping Hounds 6606 Kinne Rd Dewitt, NY 13214 315- 446-5970
At this year’s Pumpkins and Pooches event, we invite you to enter your best chili recipe into our Chili Cook-off! Chili Cook-off Event Display at a Vendor Table
our Mission – “To take unwanted, neglected, abused or homeless dogs, and provide them with emotional, medical, behavioral and physical support so they can be adopted into loving, permanent homes.” http://helpinghoundsdogrescue.org/pet/
Saturday, October 1st 12:00 noon – 3:00 pm
Bright Stars German Shepherds Adoption Day
Wolfies's 5025 Ridge Rd Spenceport, NY 14626
Come see Bright Stars German Shepherds that are available for adoption Saturday between 12pm-3pm. BrightStar is a non-profit organization based out of Rochester, NY dedicated to saving the lives of German Shepherd Dogs.
Every year BrightStar helps hundreds of homeless German Shepherds find new forever homes. Visit our "How Are We Doing" page for our exact placement statistics. BrightStar is a dedicated team that have one common goal....SAVING THE LIVES OF GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS. Website http://www.brightstargsd.org/ Come meet some of our adoptable dogs! If you are interested in a particular dog, please contact their foster to make sure they will be attending. Questions can be directed to: Roxanne & Paul at 585-293-0549 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, October 1st 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Southampton Animal Shelter Pet Adoption
Event ... Jill Rappaport to the Rescue!
Hampton Library 2478 Main St. Bridgehampton, NY 11932 (631) 537-0015
Kick off “Adopt a Shelter Dog Month” as award-winning animal advocate, author, journalist and local resident Jill Rappaport introduces you to some wonderful animals from the Southampton Animal Shelter. Come find your newest family member! Phohne (631) 728-PETS (7387) The mission is to provide for the welfare of the ever growing number of homeless animals, and, in turn, to place them in permanent caring homes.
The Shelter is primarily dedicated to caring for homeless animals in our community of twenty-two towns–but we don’t stop there. We rescue dogs from “kill shelters” from across the country and we have also partnered with No More Tears Rescue to rehabilitate and find loving homes for adult dogs from puppy mills. http://www.southamptonanimalshelter.com/
aturday, October 1st 12:00 pm til
St. John's Blessing of the Animals
St. John's Episcopal Church 12 Prospect Street Huntington, NY 11743
Join us on Saturday, October 1 at 1:00 pm in our Garden of Blessings - the church's garden on Main Street. Please bring your collared & leashed, or small caged Animal companions (or photographs of your pets who can’t attend in person) for a special Blessing in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of Animals.
Light refreshments will be served immediately following. All are welcome! St. John's Episcopal Church is located on the corner of Main & Prospect Street in Huntington Village, next to the Huntington Public Library.
Saturday, October 1st 1:00 pm-5:00 pm.
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons
Petsmart 241 Airport Plaza Blvd. Farmingdale, NY 11735 (631) 843-1890
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons actively rescues cats and dogs, provides quality care and offers sanctuary until loving homes can be found. ARF's work with animals, within our community and throughout the organization is guided by three core values: compassion, integrity and dedication. ADOPTIONS: 11am to 4pm 7 days a week
Saturday, October 1st 12 noon-6:00 pm
Little Shelter Animal Adoption Center w/ Blessing of the Animals
& Fall Festival at St Francis of Assisi
St Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church 29 Clay Pitts Road
Greenlawn, NY, 11740
Saturday, October 1st ongoing
Mountain Rottie Rescue of New York Bully Breed Project
Mountain Rottie Rescue PO Box 109 Monticello, NY 12701
MRR of NY is located in the Catskill Mountains & The Capitol District of New York area. We are dedicated to re-homing homeless Rottweilers. Some of our dogs are owner surrenders , but Most of our dogs come from kill shelters in The New York State area. We also pull dogs from out of State Shelters, such as Virginia , Arkansas, Alabama and Georgia -Where the Gas Box is still used to euthanize dogs .
Ck out our new Bully Breed Project!
Saturday, October 1st 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
NEW SKETE Blessing of the Animals In celebration of the Feast of Saint Francis
Monks Monastery 273 New Skete Lane Cambridge, NY 12816 518-677-3928
All and the animals they love are welcome! Arrival begins at 2:00 PM, allowing plenty of time to enjoy the grounds, have a photo taken with one of the brothers and learn about New Skete.
Dog training question and answer session with Brother Christopher. Blessing of the Animals Service is at 3:30 PM. Light refreshments of the season to follow. All animals must be on a leash or in a secure pen at all times for the safety of participants and other animals. When not able to bring an animal, bring a photo of the animal or an endangered species in the wild. http://www.newskete.org/animal-blessing.html
Saturday, October 1st Schedule appt. or 1 pm weekends at Petco
Rabbit Rescue & Rehab/NYC Metro Rabbit
Union Square Petco, 17th Street & Union Square N, NYC 10003 Phone:(212) 358-0692
Rabbit Rescue & Rehab/NYC Metro Rabbit is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501c3 dedicated to rescuing abandoned rabbits and finding them permanent indoor homes. See adoptable NYC rabbits in person at:
Union Square Petco, 17th Street & Union Square North, Adoptions every Saturday & Sunday from 2-5pm 86th Street Petco, 86th Street & Lexington Ave., Adoptions every Saturday & Sunday from 1-4pmManhattan Animal Care & Control, 326 E. 110th St between 1st & 2nd Aves., Adoptions every Saturday & Sunday from 2-5pm in the Rabbit Room.
See adoptable NYC rabbits online at: www.Petfinder.com, Click on "NYC Metro Rabbits"
Saturday, October 1st 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
Compassionate Farming Education Initiative (CFEI)
Home On The Range Benefit Party and Vegan Dinner
Loving Hut Brooklyn 76 Bushwick Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Come celebrate the release of CFEI's 'Home On The Range' Farm Animal Benefit album and documentary. The event includes a vegan dinner buffet at Loving Hut Brooklyn, a Home On The Range CD album gift bag, and a documentary film screening with artist Q&A. Proceeds of the event help raise funds and awareness for four farm animal sanctuaries all at once! Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary, Kindred Spirits Sanctuary, and Woodstock Farm Sanctuary. Compassionate Farming Education Initiative (CFEI) is a 501c3 educational non-profit organization committed to creating conscious and empowered consumers by emphasizing a sustainable plant-based vegan model. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-on-the-range-benefit-party-and-vegan-dinner-tickets-27422691007?aff=es2
Saturday, October 1st 7:00 pm -til
NYC Vegan Eat & Meet Vegan African Food Party
Attend teh largest E & M Network Party in MANHATTAN. Taste Award- Winning VEGAN AFRICAN FOOD For 2 days & GET SOCIAL!
Chop an all you can eat spicy Ghanaian menu & soak in liquor for miles to hot West African highlife at our secret location.
Special Offer tickets: $20 (include food & drinks) First come, first serve. This event is strictly 21+ For more INFO & TIX visit: www.navgk.com/eandmevents/nyc
Sunday, October 2nd All day or non-timed event
World Day For Farmed Animals
**Be a voice for Farmed Animals on October 2nd!
Most farmed animals are starved for at least 12 hours on their way to slaughter.
On October 2nd, in solidarity and remembrance of their suffering, we encourage you to join us in a a one-day FAST AGAINST SLAUGHTER. For more info, go to: http://www.dayforanimals.org/
What Can I Do?
If you haven't yet, move away from eating meat, dairy, and eggs!
Join us! With events scheduled in dozens of cities across the globe, find the one nearest to you. If you cannot find one, we can help you organize a demonstration in your community.
Leaflet! We will send you our "Have We Been Lied To?" brochures free of charge to distribute in your city. For more information on how to receive brochures, and simultaneously earn fabulous rewards for leafleting and other activism, visit the Leaflet Request page.
Fast Against Slaughter on October 2nd. Click here to pledge to Fast Against Slaughter and join people across the world in memorializing the billions of animals hidden, abused and killed each year.
Share our 10 Billion Lives video online with friends and family, or reach a wider audience by screening the video while tabling at a community event. The video challenges viewers to see for themselves the abuses inherent to animal agriculture before concluding with an opportunity to pledge to eat more vegan meals. For more information on how to host your own pay-per-view event like our 10 Billion Lives Tour, visit our Compassionate Activist Network website. http://dayforanimals.org
Sunday, October 2nd 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
5th Annual NEDA NYC Walk
Foley Square 111 Worth St New York, NY 10013
Admission: Pre-Registration Required at www.nycnedawalk.org Reg fees $25 adult, $10 child Dogs welcome. Benefiting: National Eating Disorders Association
Take an important step in raising awareness and funds for eating disorder programs. Body dissatisfaction often leads millions of men and women into a dangerous struggle with an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating.
NEDA supports individuals and families through education, a National Helpline and nationwide programs, guiding people towards the care they need. Join us on October 6th and walk with us. NEDA Walk. Save a Life. Together, we can build a world without eating disorders. (201) 941-6064
Sunday, October 2nd 9:45 am - 11:00 am
Celebrate St. Francis Day in Sag Harbor!
Christ Church in Sag Harbor 5 Hampton Rd Sag Harbor NY 11963
Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation will be there! (631) 728-PETS (7387) Celebrate St. Francis Day! At Christ Church, we are dedicated to an Interfaith collegial ministry and have exceptional relationships with our neighboring temple, Temple Adas Israel and the Christian churches in our area. We partner with them to serve the homeless, here at Christ Church, (through Maureen’s Haven) We have been serving the homeless for over five years. For the shelter website Pls visit http://www.southamptonanimalshelter.com/events/celebrate-st-francis-day-christ-church-sag-harbor/
Sunday, October 2nd 10:00 am - 7:30 pm
Rescue Dogs Rock NYC: Let's Save the Dogs Golf Tournament
Split Rock Country Club 49 Wolf Hollow Road Lake Harmony, PA 18624
Join us on and play 18 holes of golf to benefit Rescue Dogs Rock NYC! Registration starts at 9:30 a.m.11:00 a.m. shotgun start Lunch and Dinner 4 person scramble Limited to 144 players
Sunday, October 2nd 10:00 am-11:00 am
Holy Trinity Blessing of the Animals
Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church 246-55 87th Avenue Bellerose, NY 11426 Office: 718-347-0278
It is a tradition here at Holy Trinity to bless all animals on the Sunday nearest to the Saint's day of St Francis which is Oct 4th. Holy Trinity is an active church where the love and compassion of Jesus is taken to heart. We strive to be a light to the world and a helper to all in need. Join us in our many activites and especially in our worship of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Sunday, October 2nd 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pets Alive Adoptions
Pets Alive 363 Derby Road Middletown, NY 10940
Pets Alive is a no-kill animal rescue, located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, about 1 1/2 hours from New York City. Our mission is to improve the lives of companion animals everywhere by any means possible, including rescue, adoption, advocacy, collaboration, intervention and education. http://www.petsalive.org/hours.html Animals at the sanctuary range from dogs and cats to farm animals, exotic birds, and many others. Looking for a Furry Friend? Visit www.petsalive.org
Pets Alive Pet Chow Pantry
Our pantry is starting to run low on food and cat litter. Pets Alive helps to provide dog and cat food and cat litter to families that need help feeding and caring for their animals. This is a way better solution than taking those animals into a shelter. Pls help us by bringing an item(s) when you visit the sanctuary.
Sunday, 2nd October 10:30 am -11:30 am
Blessing of the Animals at Christ Church Bay Ridge
CHRIST CHURCH BAY RIDGE 7301 RIDGE BLVD, BROOKLYN, 11209
Sunday, October 2nd 10:30 am- til
The Bronxville Pug Walk
Midland Avenue Bronxville, NY 10708
Pugs and their people meet up for a walk in Bronxville every Sunday. Visit website
*Remember, "It's all about the pug"! Just a note: Once owned by Tibetan monks, pugs made their way to Europe with the Dutch East India Company in the 1700s?the rest is history. Today, pugs are one of the most recognizable and popular breeds in the world. The pug is a great charmer, intelligent, even tempered with a lively and happy disposition. They are very affectionate and make rewarding and amusing companions. Once you have owned one pug, more are sure to follow!
Sunday, October 2nd Participant Check In Time: 9:00 am
New York City NEDA Walk
Foley Square (across from City Hall) 111 Worth St, New York, NY 10013
Opening Ceremonies: 10AM Dogs are welcome. Jeeter the therapy dog will be on hand! $5.00 donation for each dog who walks pls. Walk End Time: 1:00 pm
Fundraising Goal: $125,000 Contact: Kristina Handley email@example.com
Join our event on Facebook and spread the word! #WHYINEDAWALK
Support from family and friends is crucial to the success of our event. After you register, you'll receive a Participant Guide full of fabulous and simple fundraising ideas to maximize your efforts. Thank you for your support!!!
More questions about the walk? Read Walk FAQ or contact NEDA at 212-575-6200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 2nd 11:00 am Service followed by Fair at 1:00 pm.
Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
Saint Francis Day Blessing of Animals & Fair
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue New York, New York 10025
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine welcomes you to join us for our 3nd annual Feast of St. Francis festivities! At this signature Cathedral service, which runs from 11 am to 1 pm, the Missa Gaia (or Earth Mass) composed by Paul Winter and Paul Halley, brings together a massed choir of hundreds of voices, a dance performance by Forces of Nature, and musical performances by the Paul Winter Consort, all in celebration of the beauty of the animal kingdom. The service concludes with the Procession of the Animals, a silent parade of creatures great and small down the Nave of the Cathedral.
Following the Procession, we welcome you to enjoy our outdoor fair from 1 to 4 pm, with many animal, environmental, and other social justice organizations sharing information on their efforts. You can also grab a bite at one of our food trucks, line up on the Pulpit Green to have your creature companions blessed, have your face painted, or enjoy a performance by the Mettawee River Theatre Company. Please note that passes are not needed to attend the outdoor fair festivities.
Day-Of Passes will also be available on the morning of the event. Quantities are limited, so we recommend arriving no later than 8:30 am for Day-Of Pass distribution!
The celebration will feature a blessing and procession of a variety of creatures through the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. Guests are encouraged to bring their pets to be a part of the celebration and receive a special blessing. For passes/further info.
Editors note: Get to the church early since it can get quite crowded. Walk your animal before to relieve them/let them do their business.
Sunday, October 2nd 12:00 noon- 4:00 pm
Zanni's Furry Friends Cat Adoption Day
Carl Schurz Park E 86th & End Ave CSP entrance Manhattan, NY, 10028
For more information, contact Zani at email@example.com or visit the Zani's Furry Friends ZFF with the Mayor's Alliance of NYC website. http://zanisfurryfriends.org
Zani's Furry Friends is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to rescuing companion animals from New York City's shelters where, unfortunately, they are at significant risk for euthanasia due to overcrowding. Helping the animals we save, their rescue also creates space at the shelter—thus giving another animal an opportunity to await a chance for adoption or rescue, saving yet another precious life.
Sunday, October 2nd 12 noon-5:00 pm
3rd Annual Buffalo CARES Baskets & Brews Fundraiser
Rescue Fire Hall 1241 Strad Ave North Tonawanda, New York 14120
Please join us for our 3rd annual Baskets & Brews event! We will be showing the Bills vs. Titans game Chinese Auction Silent Auction 50/50 Food and drinks! We will have food and a LOT of great baskets that you will definitely want to win. BB page https://www.facebook.com/events/1048417545207061/
Tickets will be available at the door for $30.00. If you are interested in donating a basket or have questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Buffalo CARES Animal Rescue is a
Non-Profit Organization- A group of people have come together, in honor of their beloved pets, to save the lives of dogs and cats who have been abused, neglected, or forgotten.
Sunday, October 2nd 12:00 noon - 4:00pm
K9Kastle Cats @Sheepshead Bay
Petco, Sheepshead Bay 1610 Avenue Y Brooklyn, NY, 11235 718- 743-2147
K9Kastle exists because of the remarkable devotion of a handful (well, a polydactyl handful) of devoted volunteers, each of whom has compelling day jobs that almost never interfere with their commitment to the rescue efforts each makes. Below, in no particular order because there is no hierarchy of contribution, are a few words about each. http://www.k9kastle.org/adoption
Sunday, October 2nd 12 noon-4:00 pm
SMITHTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S 2nd Annual 'DOG DAYS OF SMITHTOWN'
Smithtown Historical Society 239 Middle Country Road Smithtown, NY 11787
On October 2nd, we will be hosting our Second Annual Doggie Day of Smithtown and ruff, do we have a full day planned!
We're still barking out the details, but so fur, we've booked:
12:00 - Father Hill of St. Patrick's Church in Smithtown will be blessing the pups
12:30 - Vincent Simeone, Director, Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, will be speaking on how to create a doggie-friendly garden landscape
1:30 - Simon Says Obedience on the Lawn
2:00pm - Tony from Bark Avenue Bath & Biscuit speaking on basic grooming for your pooch
3:00 - Red Light Green Light on the Lawn
3:30 - Sit & Stay Musical Chairs
Grooming tips, vendors, raffles and more. Long Island Dog Parents will be there too!
Sunday, October 2nd 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm
NSALA Adoption Event Mobile Adoption–Animal League
Our Mission: To build our hands-on rescue, nurture, and adoption efforts to save the lives of as many companion animals as possible — one at a time — and promote education to increase shelter adoptions, reduce animal cruelty, and advance the highest standards in animal welfare. See seetie adoptables http://www.animalleague.org/adopt-a-pet/
North Shore Animal League America is the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization with hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens available for adoption every week. We always have a wide variety of animals looking for new loving homes, including pure-breed and mixed-breed dogs and cats ranging in all ages, shapes and sizes.
Call Pet Goods (914) 472-6050
Sunday, October 2nd 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
ASPCA Adoption Mobile Van
The ASPCA Mobile Adoption program brings shelter pets and potential pet parents together by traveling to communities throughout the five boroughs. Our state-of-the-art Mobile Adoption center travels multiple days each week to a neighborhood near you. Adopters can spend time with a cat or kitten (and the occasional dog) and go home with their new furry friend the very same day.
All of our animals are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, and come with a leash or carrier, as well as a certificate for free follow-up veterinary care at the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Adoption fees range from $75 to $200.
For more info about our Mobile Adoption schedule, please call (212) 876-7700 ext. 4900. Please note: In general, we primarily bring cats and kittens on our offsite events. If you are interested in adopting a dog, please visit the ASPCA Adoption Center at 424 E. 92nd St in Manhattan.
Sunday, October 2nd 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Kitten Angels Adoption Clinic
Latham Petco 664 New Loudon Rd. Latham, NY 12110 (518) 783-6212
Welcome and come out and say hi to Kitten Angels! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to rescue of abandoned & orphaned kittens, pregnant cats, mama cats & their kittens through foster care. So many kittens are in need of a loving home. Kitten Angels is always grateful to anyone who wishes to become a foster parent to one or more our kitties in need. Visit http://kittenangels.org/#featuredKitties
Sunday, October 2nd 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Southhampton Animal Shelter Adoption Day
Bridgehampton Commons, 2044 Montauk Hwy #24, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
See our beautiful loving animals ready to be adopted. The Southampton Animal Shelter was operated as a municipal shelter by the Town of Southampton until January 2010. Due to budget cuts at the time, the Town eliminated the shelter. A concerned group of locals citizens banded together to save the shelter and created the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. The mission is to provide for the welfare of the ever growing number of homeless animals, and, in turn, to place them in permanent caring homes. Please visit http://www.southamptonanimalshelter.com/pets
Sunday, October 2nd 1:00 pm-6:00 pm
Anjellicle Cats Rescue Adoption Event
Petco Columbus Ave. at 100th St. New York, NY 10025 (212) 222-6037
Come out and say hi. Our cats and we would love to meet you! Anjellicle Cats Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization fully staffed by volunteers from your community. We rely on financial contributions to continue our mission of finding loving homes for each of New York's homeless Contact: email@example.com Check out website. We are looking for an event coordinator for Saturday Petco adoption days. http://www.anjelliclecats.com/
Sunday , October 2nd 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Pet Adoptions from Local Rescue Orgs
Pet Valu 256 Pond Path South Setauket , NY 11720 (631) 285-3708
Pet Adoptions EVERY Sunday at Pet Valu in South Setauket! All animals come from local rescue organizations that rescue pets from high kill shelters and look to place them in their new forever home. doption fee includes all up-to-date shots, vacciations, spay/neuter, and (in some cases) microchipping.
Come find your next family member or just come show your support for our furry friends!
Please contact the store if you have any questions at (631) 285-3708. Pls visit
Sunday, October 2nd 2:00 pm til
Battery Park City Dog Association New York City
Blessing of the Animals St. Joseph's Chapel
St Joseph's Chapel Battery Park City 385 South End Ave NY, NY 10280
Blessing of the Animals. The annual BPC Blessing of the Animals will take place on October 2 at 2 pm at St. Joseph's Chapel on Kowsky Plaza. This non-denominaltional service will be a nice opportunity to welcome the fall season with a show of love and appreciation for our beloved pets. All people and pets are welcome. http://spcolr.org/st-josephs-chapel
NY CLASS: Get Political For Animals
"We Love Animals. And We Vote!"
NYClass 39 Broadway, Suite 1740 NY, NY 10006
NYCLASS believes in the power of organizing and mobilizing the animal protection voting bloc to move humane legislation.
NYCLASS is a 501(c)4 non-profit animal advocacy organization committed to ending the inhumane NYC carriage horse industry. NYCLASS advocates for retiring the carriage horses to sanctuary, while modernizing the current industry with a clean and safe alternative to this outdated tradition - the 21st Century Horseless Carriage. Founded in 2008 by a coalition of prominent animal lovers and business leaders, NYCLASS has grown to over 110,000 supporters with activist chapters in all five boroughs. Learn how to become involved today! http://www.nyclass.org/
Sunday, October 2nd (thru Oct 30th) 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
DOGtoberfest...Benefiting PUPS Fort Greene
Die Stammkneipe 710 Fulton St Brooklyn, NY 11217
Every Sunday during Oktoberfest in October dog lovers will bring their furry friends and meet over a German beer at DSK's outside seating. There will be treats for the dogs and $1 off ea Weihenstephaner beer sold will go to PUPS, the organizers behind the annual PUPkin costume contest in Fort Greene Park. For more information, please call 3478414495 or email firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/fortgreenePUPS
DSK will donate $1 from every Weihenstephan beer to PUPS. Bring your dog, have a beer, and support PUPS! Danke schoen to DSK and to Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan, the oldest brewery in the world! _______________________________________________________________
Sunday, October 2nd 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St. Peter's Lutheran Church Blessing Of The Animals
Church Grounds 11 Ogden Court Huntington Station, NY 11746
Blessing Of The Animals: In Commemoration Of St. Francis Of Assisi, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Will Hold A Blessing Of The Animals On The Church Grounds. All Animals Must Be Leashed Or Crated. For Further Information, Call The Church Office. Phone 631-423-1013 Website http://www.stpetersli.com/
Sunday, October 2nd 4:00 pm -7:00 pm
Furbridge @the Christ Episcopal Blessing of the Animals
Christ Episcopal Church 43 South Broadway Tarrytown, NY 10591
October 4 is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis (1182-1226) was a monk who founded the contemporary order of Franciscans. He was known for his vow of poverty and his special connection to animals, among many other things.
Many Unitarian Universalists have picked up on the Catholic tradition of blessing animals, particularly pets, on this day. St. Francis may receive little attention at this service, but a number of congregations will bless pets at the service. Some people bring their pets to church, others bring photographs of their pets; others have their pets blessed by naming them. Some congregations celebrate this service at other, variable times of the year. http://furbridge.org/
Monday, October 3rd See times on link
ASPCA Low-cost or Free Spay and Neuter Van
*Van travels throughout the five boroughs in every neighborhood!
The ASPCA's Free and low-cost mobile spay and neuter van travels throughout the five boroughs in every neighborhood-right to your door! (And if you have a pit bull, pit-bull mix or certain large-breed dogs it's FREE!) Low income pet owners in NYC's 5 boroughs with proof of public assistance such as welfare, Medicaid, Medicare, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), disability, food stamps, TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) or public housing qualify for FREE spay/neuter services for their cat or dog.
Monday, October 3rd Ongoing
Wildlife Conservation Society -Oceans
**Blue York is a campaign to help protect the rich waters off New York City, which are filled with surprising biodiversity.
Wildlife Conservation Society. 2300 Southern Boulevard Bronx, New York 10460 Phone (718) 220-5100
It's impossible to overstate the importance of the Earth's oceans. They cover over 70 percent of the planet's surface, harbor fantastic biodiversity, and sustain over a billion people. Yet they are under siege from a variety of threats. We must act. http://www.wcs.org/get-involved/oceans
Monday, October 3rd Year Round !
The Humane Society of New York Carriage
Horse Adoption Program
The Humane Society of New York 306 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022
The Humane Society of New York is pleased to have a carriage horse adoption program. If you can provide a home for a retired carriage horse, please let us know. If you have a carriage horse who you wish to retire, we are waiting to hear from you. Contact information: Susan Richmond, Co-Executive Director, Humane Society of NY, 212-752-4842. Email email@example.com For over 100 years, the Humane Society of New York has been a presence in New York City, caring for animals in need when illness, injury or homelessness strikes. In 1904 we were founded to protect the city's horses against abuse. Members fought for laws to punish negligent owners and place watering troughs in streets and parks. As funds allowed the Society expanded to include a free medical clinic and a small adoption center for cats and dogs. Today our hospital and our Vladimir Horowitz and Wanda Toscanini Horowitz Adoption Center help more than 30,000 dogs and cats annually, and their numbers continue to grow.Visit http://www.humanesocietyny.org/
Monday, October 3rd Online or call
NY Dog Licensing
New York State law requires that all dog owners license their dogs, and the New York City Health Code requires that dog owners attach the license tag to their dog's collars while in public. Dog owners may be fined for violation of these laws
Dog licenses may be purchased or renewed for 1 to 5 years. All dog license fees are non-refundable. You can apply for a New York City dog license or renew an existing license online. You can also download the instructions (PDF) and application (PDF) or call 311 to request to have a paper copy mailed to you. Also, pls find important information for your dogs on this website.
Monday, October 3rd... ongoing All day (Everyday)
Animal Care & Control of New York City (AC&C) Adoptions
Our 3 care centers are open 7 days a week.
Manhattan: 326 E. 110 th Street, (Between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
Brooklyn: 2336 Linden Boulevard Staten Island: 3139 Veterans Road West
Animal Care & Control of New York City (AC&C) is the largest pet organization in the North East, with an estimated number of 43,000 animals rescued each year. As a not-for-profit organization since 1995, Animal Care & Control has been responsible for New York City's municipal shelter system, rescuing, caring for, and finding loving homes for homeless and abandoned animals in New York City. AC&C facilities operate in all five boroughs. Visit http://www.nycacc.org/
Ongoing Schedule times for patients
New York-Presbyterian Hospital Animal Assisted Therapy
Five campuses in New York See link below for complete info/
Dogs, Man's best friend plays an important role on our Inpatient Rehabilitation Units. The Therapeutic Recreation department at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital works closely with the Volunteer Department, The Delta Society and the Good Dog Foundation to provide teams of trained dogs to visit patients as part of a therapeutic intervention.
Dogs are now learning to be facilitators in therapeutic settings. Research on the health benefits of animals is extensive and the results are being put to good use. They are shown to increase social and verbal interaction, to help maintain function and improve ability to perform activities of daily living among the elderly. They has also been shown to decrease loneliness in residents of long term care facilities, enhances relaxation, and the most striking finding is that it lowers blood pressure.
Dogs can give someone a reason to take a walk, improve balance, retrieve objects, sit for a good brushing, or just provide companionship, non-judgmental support, and a fun-loving attitude. We hope to welcome many more visits from our new friends and old friends alike! Locations, numbers: http://nyp.org/services/rehabmed/contact.html
ck for days 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon
Brighton/Rochester Free Rabies Shots
Brighton Highway Dept. 1941 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14620
For further information, call 585-753-5171 or visit the rabies schedule on the Monroe County Department of Public Health website. Immunization records are maintained for animals receiving immunizations at clinics.Visit http://www2.monroecounty.gov/health-index.php
Find A New York Shelter in your community!
Adopt, volunteer, donate. There are ways to help the
shelter animals in your very own neighborhood.
Animal Shelter.Org (New York)
Long Island Animal Shelters
Animal Care & Control of New York City
(AC&C) Adoptions (Five boroughs.)
Tuesday, October 4th 8:00 am – 9:00 am
NYC Audubon Citizen Science Bird Survey
Msgr. McGolrick Park Brooklyn, NY 11222
Join NYC Audubon on Tuesday, October 4 at 8am for the final citizen science bird survey in McGolrick Park this year. We'll be counting birds throughout the park, and keeping an eye out for butterflies, bees, and other wildlife as well! Help us contribute to knowledge about which birds use the park and may benefit from the Urban Oasis native plant garden.
Funding provided by the Office of the New York State Attorney General and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation through the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund *Rain date: Wednesday, October 5 at 8am
We’ll be meeting at the southwest corner of the park (Driggs Ave. & Russell St.) and will begin at 8am eet at the Birding Tour sign at the 42nd Street and 6th Avenue entrance to the park. Discover the surprising variety of birds that stop in Bryant Park during migration. No registration necessary. No limit. Free http://www.nycaudubon.org/calendar
Tuesday, October 4th 1:00 pm–3:00 pm
Hallett Nature Sanctuary
Hallett Nature Sanctuary Central Park 50-98 Central Park S Manhattan,NY 10019
Visitors can come explore the Hallett at their own pace along the rustic trail and see how Central Park Conservancy is turning this once-weed-filled promontory into a native woodland garden for birds and other wildlife. The wood-chipped trail is uneven; please wear appropriate shoes.
This ecosystem is a protected area and home to many flora and fauna. Please, no groups, dogs, bikes, or strollers. Free and self-guided, no registration needed. Space is limited. Free. http://www.nycgovparks.org/ (212) 348-4867
Wednesday, October 4th 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Discover Liberty Ridge Farm (& Halloween)
Liberty Ridge Farm 29 Bevis Rd. Schaghticoke, NY 12154
The Fall is a great time to enjoy our Farm. Every Friday & Saturday night in October, the farm transforms into a night of fear and terror. Recommended age of appropriateness: 10 years and older. Always beginning at 7pm. The fall is full of childhood favorites, the area’s largest and original cornfield maze and over 20 hands on activities for all ages. We host private functions, corporate events, parties, family reunions, birthday parties, weddings and so much more. For More Info, call: 518-664-1515 Visit http://libertyridgefarmny.com/
Wednesday, October 5th 12:00 am -4:00 pm
Chautauqua County Humane Society Adoptions
Chautauqua County Humane Society 2825 Strunk Road Jamestown, NY 14701
Monday: 12pm - 4pm
Tuesday: 2pm - 6pm Wednesday: 12pm - 4pm Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: 2pm - 6pm Saturday: 12pm - 4pm Sunday: CLOSED
Our mission at the Chautauqua County Humane Society is to provide temporary shelter and rehabilitation for homeless animals for the purpose of finding permanent new homes. CCHS supports healthy pet initiatives through community involvement, humane education and animal care for people in need. Adopt http://www.spcapets.com/adopttoday/adoptableanimals/
Wednesday, October 5th Daytime hours!
SPCA of Westchester County Lonely Hearts Club
SPCA of Westchester, Inc. 590 North State Road Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
The SPCA of Westchester County has launched wonderful program "Lonely Hearts Club" to help those animals who are having a tougher time find a home. Please look at this wonderful innovative program for the harder-to-adopt, and/or special needs animals at their website. It is so inspiring. SPCA Website is http://www.spca914.org/lonely-hearts.htm
Wednesday, October 5th 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
StoryTime @ The Library
Watervliet Public Library 1501 Broadway Watervliet, NY 12189
For children age 5 and below with a parent or guardian. Come listen to a story, make a craft, and browse our collection! Plenty of animal books, crafts and ideas. Phone (518) 274-4471
Wednesday night, October 5th 6:00 pm -8:00 pm
Another Chance Pet Rescue, Inc. Adoptions
Petco Culver Ridge Plaza 2255 E Ridge Rd Rochester/Irondequoit, NY 14622
Come see our available pets and meet with Another Chance Pet Rescue volunteers. Another Chance Pet Rescue, Inc. is a registered 501c3 non-profit, volunteer run, no-kill rescue group that provides foster homes for homeless, abused or abandoned animals facing euthanasia.
We provide all necessary medical care including age-appropriate vaccinations and spaying or neutering before placing them in permanent, loving homes. Visit http://www.anotherchancepetrescue.org/
Wednesday, October 5th 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Free Rabies Clinics Tompkins County Health Department
Caroline Highway Garage 852 Valley Rd., Brooktondale, NY 14817 · (607) 539-7610
Free Rabies Clinic for cats, dogs, and ferrets provided by the Tompkins County Health Department Environmental Health Division. SPCA staff and volunteers will be on hand with free ID tags for your pet and information about our low-cost spay/neuter program! Visit http://tompkinscountyny.gov/health/eh/neighborhood/rabies
ALL CLINICS 7:00-9:00 p.m. 2016 FALL CLINICS:
Wednesday, Oct. 5 - Caroline Highway Garage Thursday, Oct. 6 - Trumansburg School Bus Garage Wednesday, Oct. 12 - Ithaca Central Fire Station
Wednesday. October 5th 7:30 pm til
Report on Environmental Issues in Westchester
Greenburgh Nature Center 99 Dromore Rd, Scarsdale, NY 10583 914.723-3470
The Greenburgh Nature Center will host a Report on Environmental Issues in our County by District 12 Legislator MaryJane Shimsky and colleagues from the County Board of Legislators. Q & A and discussion to follow presentation by the legislators. Co-sponsored by the Lower Hudson Sierra Group. Program is free. Refreshments at 7 pm. Program begins at 7:30 pm.
The Greenburgh Nature Center's community weekend events, environmental forums,
Thursday, October 6th and Year Round Call for appt. time
The Toby Project
100% Free or Low Cost Spay & Neuter & Rabies Vaccinations
THE TOBY PROJECT 220 West 72 Street NY, NY 10023
100% FREE for all NYC residents on public assistance. 100% FREE FOR PITBULLS & NON-PUREBRED DOGS & CATS (you don't have to be on public assistance). Other purebreds: Spay & Neuter $75 . Rabies Vaccinations $8 Phone 212 799 1120 or 212 799 1120. Website http://tobyproject.org/
The Toby Project is a non-profit organization working to end the killing of thousands of adoptable dogs and cats each year in New York City's animal shelters. We are the only organization in NYC whose sole mission is to address pet overpopulation at its inception by preventing the births of unwanted dogs and cats. Our goal is to spay/neuter the very animals who would otherwise directly perpetuate a vicious cycle of unwanted birth and unnecessary death, and make NYC a true "no-kill' community.
Thursday, October 6th See shelter hrs on websites
Find A New York Shelter or Rescue Group in your community!
Adopt, volunteer, donate. There are ways to help the
shelter animals in your very own neighborhood.
Animal Shelter.Org (New York)
Long Island Animal Shelters
Animal Care & Control of New York City
(AC&C) Adoptions (Five boroughs.)
Thursday, October 6th 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Forks Over Knives: Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Saratoga Spa State Park Admin Bldg 19 Roosevelt Drive Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
"Forks Over Knives" examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods. The major storyline in the film traces the personal journeys of a pair of pioneering yet under-appreciated researchers, Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn."
We invite you to join us for a screening of the film to be followed by a panel discussion with regional experts in the areas of health, medicine, nutrition and wellness. Special thanks to our refreshments sponsor, Healthy Living Market and Cafe Saratoga. Suggested Donation: $20
Friday , October 7th 10:00 am-2:00 pm
The New York Botanical Garden Forager's Feast
The New York Botanical Garden 2900 Southern Boulevard Bronx, NY 10458
Walk the woodlands of the Garden and encounter the many wild edibles that grow in our woods and yards. Discover where and when species can be found, how to identify them in the wild, how to harvest them sustainably, and how to prepare them in tasty recipes. Leda Meredith, author of The Forager's Feast: How to Identify, Gather, and Prepare Wild Edibles, is your guide to transforming even the most common edible backyard weeds into guest-worthy. Friday, October 7, 2016, from 10:00am to 12:00pm, at the NYBG location Instructor:Leda Meredith
Friday, October 7th 10:30 am-4:00 pm
The Humane Society of New York Adoptions
The Humane Society of New York
306 East 59th Street between 1st & 2nd Avenues Manhattan, NY 10022
Here are just a few of the dogs and cats available for adoption at the Humane Society of New York. Click on the thumbnail to view a bigger image. Contact us at (212) 752-4842 for further information on how to adopt. Our adoption hours are 7 days a week, 10:30am - 4:00pm http://www.humanesocietyny.org/adoptions/
Sandra DeFeo ext.233 firstname.lastname@example.org Executive Director / Director of Public Relations If you would like to volunteer: Please contact Anne-Marie Karash at email@example.com Please include your name address and phone number and what you would like to do as a volunteer.
Friday, October 6th 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
ASPCA: Cat Adoption Event
Come and meet adorable adoptable cats and kittens on the ASPCA mobile adoption van!
Please visit aspca.org for more information on adopting a pet from the ASPCA.
Friday, October 6th 4:00 pm-5:00pm
Caring Kids Program Sponsored by HEART and Animal Haven
~ NY week for the Animals official event~
Animal Haven 251 Centre Street NY, NY 10013
Animal Haven and HEART are partnering to offer the Caring Kids Program, which introduces children and teens to basic animal care and informs them about existing issues in animal welfare. Caring Kids nourishes the bond between humans and animals and encourages young people to become animal advocates in their community.
The program meets every Friday from 4pm-5pm. It is mainly geared towards the 5-13 age range, but any participant between the ages of 4 and 18 yrs. is welcome.
Animal Body Language: How can you tell what an animal is feeling? Learn about dog and cat body language to understand what our companion animals are feeling. Compare how animals feel to how people feel. We will also discuss how to know when it is and is not appropriate to approach an animal, and the ways to approach an animal. RSVP at http://www.animalhavenshelter.org/site/
During entire month of October
Rochester Animal Services
Dog Adoptions Fees discount: Adopt a Dog Month
Rochester Animal Services 184 Verona St Rochester, NY 14608
Rochester Animal Services has dogs of every type, size, age and personality waiting for loving homes. Visit us this October to find out what a shelter dog can bring to your life during AHA's Adopt-A-Dog Month! The shelter is located near downtown Rochester at 184 Verona Street just north of Kodak and Frontier Field. Parking is free and can be accessed from Verona Street or from North Plymouth Avenue. For more information contact the shelter at 428-7274 or visit us online at www.rochesteranimalservices.com
***Find A New York Shelter in your community!
Adopt, volunteer, find a way to help the shelter animals in your neighborhood.
Animal Shelter.Org (New York)
Long Island Animal Shelters
Animal Care & Control of New York City
(AC&C) Adoptions (Five boroughs.)
Friday evening, October 7th kick off ! Sat thru Sunday Conference
Animal Law Conference 2016
Manhattan Penthouse 80 5th Avenue, 17th Floor New York, NY 10011
The Animal Law Conference is the central gathering point of the global animal law community. The Animal Law Conference gives attorneys, law students, professors, and activists from around the world a place to share ideas, knowledge, and practical skills about advancing the interests of animals through the legal system. Today, the conference has become one of the largest and most popular of its kind, featuring some of the most respected voices in the field of animal law.
Saturday, October 8th 7:30 am-9:00 am
Schimmel Center, 3 Spruce Street, New York, NY 10038
All panel sessions on Saturday will take place in the Schimmel Center at Pace University. See complete agenda. distinguished panel & details for dynamic Weekend Conference Continental Breakfast will be available in the Schimmel lobby from 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Schimmel Center, 3 Spruce Street, New York, NY 10038
Sunday, October 9th 8:00 am -3:00 pm
Pace University, 1 Pace Plaza (entrance off of Park Row), New York, NY, 10038
Saturday, October 8th 8:00 am - 9:00 am
FIDO Coffee Bark
New York City's Largest Off-Leash Community
95 Prospect Park West Brooklyn, NY 11215 Long Meadow beside the Picnic House
New York City's Largest Off-Leash Community.Rain, sleet, snow or shine, FIDO in Prospect Park sets up a table full of goodies on the first Saturday of every month! Look for coffee, pastries, dog biscuits as well as relevant information pertaining to off-leash activities and issues. And it's all FREE! First Saturday Of Every Month...In the Long Meadow beside the Picnic House.
Enter Prospect Park at 9th Street.Walk straight in until you come to the ball fields (on right).Make a left along the meadow. People even show up at 7 a.m. from as far away as Western Massachusetts! And at 9am, everyone leashes up and goes home! 718) 965-8951 firstname.lastname@example.org You got to see it to believe it! Learn much more http://www.fidobrooklyn.org/index.html
Mother's Comfort Project, Orange Ribbon Campaign & Artists with Animals Mini Print Notecards
Mother’s Comfort Project brings volunteers together for sewing sessions to create comfy and cheery beds for shelter animals, as well as catnip toys for the cats. Since its inception volunteers have sewn and donated thousands of beds and toys to shelters and rescues in the Tri-State area. http://www.rational-animal.org/mother-s-comfort-project.html
You do not have to come for the whole day, but we would love it if you did! We need fabric & batting cutters, toy stuffers as well as sewers!
Our "Artists for Animals" mini print notecards feature the beautiful photography of fine art photographers represented by Morrison Hotel Gallery. Each photographer generously donated their photographs to support Rational Animal's campaigns for at-risk animals. Featured are these artists in intimate moments with their animal friends: John Lennon, Bridget Bardot, Neil Young, David Bowie, Robert Plant, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Nelly and The Beatles. http://rationalanimal.storenvy.com/products/6812197-artists-with-animals-mini-print-notecards For more information about Rational Animal and our other campaigns, please visit www.rational-animal.org Please consider supporting Rational Animal by making a donation, or purchasing items in our store, http://rationalanimal.storenvy.com/. All proceeds go directly to support our projects.
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