This shelter is operated by the League for Animal Protection of Huntington and houses dogs and cats. All of the…More animals are up to date on their rabies shots, and all are spayed or neutered and licensed before leaving the shelter. Located adjacent to the shelter is a dog-friendly park featuring a 24,000-square-foot fenced-in run.
The shelter is overseen by the town's Department of Public Safety.
The Lewis Oliver Farm, once an actual working dairy, is set on two-and-a-half acres located in the midst of an…More otherwise entirely residential neighborhood on Burt Avenue between Oak and Willis Streets. In addition to the goats, its residents includes two alpacas, a minature horse, cows, goats, sheep, peacocks, chickens, ducks, geese, cats and a spotted pig as well as an old-fashioned country store open on weekends. Friends of the Farm, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization founded about 15 years ago in order to save the farm from being demolished so the property could be developed, has been the force in the maintenance, care and feeding of the resident animals at Lewis Oliver. Its stated mission is to preserve and protect the hometown values that the local farm represents.