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The Pet Supply Store
15 Lewyt St, Port Washington, NY 11050-3706
The Pet Supply Store in Port Washington is owned and operated by North Shore Animal League America. The store offersMore food, accessories, toys and care products for cats and dogs. Not only does the Pet Supply Store offer great prices but, all of the proceeds are given back to the animal shelters at North Shore Animal League America. 
160 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050
Elaine Abramson and Laura Palattella opened Unleashed in 2005. The pet boutique offers high-end pet supplies includingMore food, clothing, toys and treats. Unleashed also offers spa services so your precious pets can be loved and pampered while they are being groomed. 
Dan's Dog Walking and Pet Sitting
54 Harbor Acres Rd, Sands Point, NY 11050
Dan's Dog Walking and Pet Sitting is a Sands Point-based business that offers pet sitting, walking, grooming,More transportation, medication administration and litterbox cleaning services. Dan's is available to care for dogs, cats, lizards, birds, frogs, fish and other animals, in addition to performing plant watering, mail and trash services for out-of-town clients. For a comprehensive overview of services, visit the Dan's Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Web site.
Pet Savers Foundation Inc.
750 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY 11050

For nearly two decades, The Pet Savers Foundation has been an industry leader and innovator in the field of companionMore animal welfare. Operating as the development arm of The North Shore Animal League America, The Pet Savers Foundation has a history of creating mission-driven, groundbreaking programs that are piloted and then adopted by shelters nationwide. Some examples include:

Seniors for Seniors: In 1995, Pet Savers developed an innovative program that matched senior citizens with senior pets. A comprehensive program was established to encourage the foundation's large network of shelters to implement their own Senior for Seniors programs locally. A fund was established to reimburse shelters for medical care and pet-related program expenses.

Cooperative Buying Program: Understanding that shelters must continuously reduce costs to rescue an ever-increasing number of animals, The Pet Savers Foundation established a Cooperative Buying program, that enables smaller animal shelters to obtain significant cost savings on shelter equipment and supplies. Savings are realized as The Pet Savers Foundation pools all shelters as a buying consortium. 

Cooperative Adoption Program: In 1995, Pet Savers determined that many more animals could be saved if they could be adopted off-site at high-traffic locations. In 1996, the first Mobile Adoption unit was produced for The North Shore Animal League America. The Mobile Adoption unit, which provides comfortable, air-conditioned transport, for up to 35 animals, enables the League to rescue animals from across the country. The units also allow the League to host major, off-site adoption events to dramatically increase the number of animals that are saved each year.

10 Farmview Rd, Port Washington, NY 11050-4511
Jeff and Lise King created the original Kittywalk cat and small dog enclosure in 2001. The pet lovers have since grownMore Kittywalk into a full line of enclosures, including indoor, outdoor, fun, beds and even pet strollers. Customers can purchase Kittywalk products directly form the Kittywalk Web site or from your local Kittywalk dealer. 
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