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All animals that are adoptable or have medical conditions that are treatable, will stay at the animal shelter until they are adopted as long as there is room.

The shelters save rate is about 88% for dogs and 96% for cats.

Victims of dog bites are urged to contact the Suffolk County Police Department to file a police report, if warranted. Otherwise, for health concerns related to a dog bite, questions should be directed to the Suffolk County Department of Health Services at (631) 843-0421.Reports of dog bites should also be referred to the Suffolk County Board of Health at (631) 852-5900 as well as the Animal Shelter at (631) 643-9270.Private shelters carefully screen animals before they are accepted for adoption.Any animals with medical or behavioral issues are not accepted.ALL animals adopted from BAARC leave the shelter spayed/neutered and all animals, except those under 6 months of age, receive a one year rabies vaccine.

In addition, cats receive a FURVC vaccine and dogs are vaccinated with a four-in-one distemper in addition to Bordetella (Kennel Cough). Before leaving the shelter, dogs are heartworm tested and given heartworm prevention during their stay here, dewormed, altered, and vaccinated for the following: Rabies, DAPPV, K9 Influenza, and Bordetella.When cats who are not spayed or neutered are allowed to be outdoors for long periods of time roaming a community, the likelihood of feral cats increases.The Town of Babylon's Department of Animal Control provides its community with several resources to curtail the feral cat population:• Supplies residents and caregivers state of the art traps for the TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) of the feral cats• Supplies low cost TNR vouchers so there is no cost to the residents and caregivers• Hosts regular seminars on the TNR program Each colony of feral cats is unique, as are the dynamics and circumstances of the location.New York State law dictates that all dogs must be licensed, be current on their rabies vaccinations and leashed when off of their property.The Shelter recommends all dogs and cats be spayed/neutered.Animals can be brought to the Shelter at those times and proof of residency is required.