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Kent Animal Shelter

2259 River Rd., Calverton, NY 11933

Contact Pamela Green
Phone (631) 727-5731 ext.1
cats & dogs at Kent Animal Shelter
1 - 10 of 39 adoptable pets at this shelter

Areas Kent Animal Shelter serves

Kent Animal Shelter provides services primarily to Long Island, N.Y.,however, out of state adoptions are permitted pending approvals.

Kent Animal Shelter's adoption process


Submit Application

Visit the shelter or the website to view adoptable pets. You can complete an online application once you have chosen an animal.


Meet the Pet


Approve Application


Pay Fee


Take the Pet Home


Pay Fee


Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Adoptions fees are $ 300.00 for adult dogs and puppies, $ 110.00 for cats or kittens. All animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Vaccinations are given up to date, dogs are tested for heart worm and cats for feline leukemia/Aids. All animals are tested for parasites and treated accordingly. All are micro-chipped. A physical visit is required for adoption, To obtain information on any pet e-mail

Adoption application

About Kent Animal Shelter

Kent Animal Shelter, a 501(c)3, not for profit animal welfare organization with an adoption, low cost spay/neuter facility located at 2259 River Rd. in Calverton, Long Island, N.Y. We are a no-kill shelter and operate on donations from private individuals and foundations. In addition to adoption and rescue, the shelter has a low cost spay/neuter clinic on premises open to the public that sterilizes approximately 4000 animals per year to combat overpopulation. Over 800 animals are rescued and re-homed yearly.

Kent Animal Shelter's adopted pets

Make a donation to Kent Animal Shelter to help homeless pets find homes