Leo, an almost 3 year old Calvachon, enjoying the last days of summer en route to the dog park.

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It was unbelievably hot by 9 am, but there were still lots of dogs at the park.

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Since we want this to be a COMMUNITY blog, we are asking people to send in photo(s) of their dogs enjoying the Cherry Avenue dog park. A photo will be chosen randomly from those submitted and the winning owner will receive a local pet store gift card.

So please, get out there and take some pictures! We will post all photos received, so sending them in gives us permission to publish them on this blog.

Deadline for entries is August 31.

Email your photos to appawspetsitting@yahoo.com or text to 631 255-4480

Thanks and good luck!

Pam & Kris

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We are dog lovers who live in Sayville and enjoy taking our dogs to the Cherry Avenue Dog Park. We would like this to be a community blog-if you have photos or anecdotes about the Cherry Avenue dog park, please send them to us at:

appawspetsitting@yahoo.com

Thanks for visiting!

Kris & Pam

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DoggieDiscussion's Blog

After months of construction, the beautiful new building, on the site of the old Lamplighter Inn, is finished. Sayville resident Dr Mark Caporaso has opened the doors to his state-of-the-art animal hospital.

As Sayville residents will well remember, in later years, the Lamplighter property was neglected and run down. What a pleasure it is to see this charming new building, carefully designed to fit in with the surroundings.

More importantly, it’s great to see a new business in town! Dr. Caporaso ( Dr. Mark to his clients) has finally realized his vision of a hometown veterinary practice . His goal has always been to provide pets with quality medical care with a small town touch.

I stopped by the hospital, at the corner of Montauk Highway and Seville Blvd , for a quick tour on Saturday. I was greeted by Joann , a veterinary technician, who was sending Mike and…

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Stopped by the dog park Saturday afternoon and got lots of great photos. Thank you to everyone for your interest in this blog, and for sharing photos.

I heard lots of great rescue/ adoption “happy tails” which I will write up and post. Its great to hear stories like that, and we certainly appreciate people taking the time to tell us about how they rescued or adopted their dog.

Saturday was also a good opportunity to spread the word about Sayville’s Lost & Found Pet Response team- it’s been busy – 3 lost pets in 24 hours! One dog and one cat are safely home- one kitty still missing. Please see Sayville.com for details

Thanks
Pam

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ABOUT THE SAYVILLE.COM LOST & FOUND PET RESPONSE TEAM

The team, founded by sayville.com, Sayville vet Dr.Mark Caporaso, and Appaws Petsitting, was created to help lost pets in the Sayville community reunite with their owners. The inspiration for the team was Bandit, a dearly loved Jack Russell, who wandered away from home and was found two days later. We wanted to share the lessons learned in our search for Bandit to help others in the same situation.

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