North Fork Animal Welfare League
Riverhead Town has a new 10-year contract with the North Fork Animal Welfare League for animal control and shelter services within the...
The North Fork Animal Welfare League is looking for gardeners to grow a new community garden at its Riverhead Animal Shelter on Church Lane in Aquebogue.
North Fork Animal Welfare League wins half-million dollar grant for Riverhead Animal Shelter renovations
The funding will go directly toward phase one of the $2.8 million project underway at the newly purchased facility in Aquebogue to install high-volume shelter industry standards like isolation care units and adoption suites. The major renovations include readying the shelter to rescue cats – a first for the Town of Riverhead
The North Fork Animal Welfare League has purchased the Scoshire Kennels site on Church Lane in Aquebogue. Anxious to get out of the inadequate Youngs Avenue facility, the organization began moving into its new digs as soon as the deal closed.
Two purses containing cash, debit cards and other valuables were stolen from vehicles parked outside the Riverhead Animal Shelter on Youngs Avenue this morning. A debit card from one of the purses was used about a half-hour after the theft at a Riverhead gas station.
Enjoy a night of comedy at the Vail-Leavitt April 1 at a NFAWL fundraiser to help build a new shelter.
Enjoy live music, hors- d'oeuvres, an open bar and fabulous views of Peconic Bay while supporting the North Fork Animal League at their second annual Paws by the Bay fundraiser.
Local animal shelters ‘overflowing’ with pit bulls who can’t find homes due to false and dangerous stereotypes
Pit bulls make up at least 80 percent of the homeless dog population at North Fork Animal Welfare League, which manages both Riverhead and Southold Town’s animal shelters.
The new three-year deal approved and signed yesterday by Riverhead Town contracts with the Peconic-based not-for-profit organization to manage the town's Youngs Avenue shelter and provide animal control services throughout the town for a fee of $233,135 in year one, increased by $5,000 per year in years two and three.
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