Animal Rescue Centrally Located in Long Island. 
Now Serving Hudson Valley!.





Adopt - Rehabilitate - Train
Call us today! 631-880-9373
C&H Animal Rescue is a Non Profit 501 (c) 3 rescue that is foster and volunteer based. Started in early 2012. It was started by a group of dedicated individuals and animal professionals who noticed the increase in deaths by euthanasia across the US.  We are primarily located in Long Island and recently expanded upstate to the Hudson Valley. We also do adoptions throughout the tri-state area. 
It is our primary concern to understand the correct placement and behavior of BOTH the adopter and the adopted animal to ensure a proper fit. We take time in house to work with every animal to ensure each one finds their forever home. Our rescues and sheltered pets are all wonderful animals looking for a home, so before you purchase a pet please consider adoption. 
Everyone involved with C&H are working individuals that dedicate time to the well being and proper placement of our pets. 
C& H also offers other services including Training, Walking, Boarding & Grooming. 



Thank You
C&H Rescue works hard on a daily basis to help save, rescue and re-home many different cases! We could not do this without you and your support.
Thanks Again!
Cee Cee 
 Cee Cee is a 2 yr old female spayed.  American Staffordshire Terrier.  Courtesy post for Amsterdog. Found immobile on the streets of Philadelphia, Where she was left to die. Turns out she was either hit by a car or kicked, leaving her paralyzed in her hind quarters. CeeCee does very well in her cart and loves all other animals kids and all people.  She will do best in a home that can continue her physical therapy and acupuncture treatments. 
John 
John is a 2 yr old male tabby domestic short hair feline. He is social ans sweet loves dogs and all other animals. Great with kids ans is searching for a forever home. John is approximately 2 yrs old, fully vetted and tested negative.
Buffy

Buffy's Vet Care
Sad and in pain, Buffy is 6 yr old throw away momma that was taken in by us from local town . Buffy has has xrays for her front leg which determined bone cancer. She has blood in her urine, and is on antibiotics for a uti and lyme disease. Her condition will need long term treatment. We need funding to help her with long term basic vetting also. She was surrendered by the owner to the town, 4 yrs ago the town took the owner to court to provide vetting, and then returned to owner. Buffy is covered in scars, has cancer and is being treated. Her  searching is for a forever home to live out her golden years. Please help by donating,fostering or adopting.  Buffy is great with cats and kids. She likes male dogs that are calm.  -- http://chanimalrescue.com/donate.html
Buffy's Vet Care
Deja
Deja is a female deaf special needs Sheltie. she was saved from a high kill shelter and will be for adoption soon. 
Prissy
Prissy is a wonderful companion she is a Chihuahua/Papillion mix loving and sweet. Likes all other animals, and people. She is an 8 yr old senior small breed weighing 10-13 lbs. loves long walks and spending quality time with her people on the couch.  Located Long Island New York  for adoption. 
If you've adopted from us or chosen to use one of our services, please feel free to sign our guestbook and also submit images and details to our webmaster so we can feature your success story!







Assistant Director:
Paulette-
401-539-2479


Louisa- Dog 
Training 
631-889-6463

Chris -
Feline Adoptions
631-834-7123
 
Adoption Counselor 
      Jessica- Jsbethelcar6@aol.com

                         Gwen- Small Animals, Wildlife   631-949-9156
Check out Gwen's site below


Penny
Penny is a darling 1 yr old Whippet/Border Collie. She is little shy at first and needs time to adopt to new environments. She is good on leash and house trained. She likes other dogs and plays and is social, she would do best with dogs her size or smaller. Penny would do best in an adult home. She loves to play ball and fetch.  This a courtesy post for The Adoption Center. 
Pebbles the turkey has come such a long way. Aggressive antibiotics and months of isolated care she is finally okay to be with the flock. To help our non for profit care for the animals here please consider donating.  Thank you. 
Pebbles Funding