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Great Sacandaga Lake Pets



Hand-crocheted cat collars for your special kitty!

Three color choices Earth Tones, Shades of Blue or Rainbow.

Limited quantity on Rainbow.
$3.00 each

$1.00 for postage first class. Contact


A Pampered Pooch

  • Pet Sitting in your home
  • Doggy Day Care on Premises
  • Full Service Pet Groomong

138 Stevers Mill Road
Broadalbin, NY 12025


Mon-Sat 7am-7pm, Sunday by appointment only
Owner Robin Taylor - email


We are the people you've seen for years when dealing with your pets in Fulton County... we've been members of the boards of local shelters, we've worked in local veterinarian's offices and animal shelters, we're the dog control officers and the "animal people" you deal with daily, or we're just people who love animals and can't live without them.
We have experienced people on our numerous volunteer committees, for planning and designing, implementing, and building a new facility that will be able to house and care for the Fulton County Region's animal population for many years to come.
Our dream is to build a brand new, "state of the art" facility, with necessary isolation wards and an operating room, so that we can be as progressive as possible providing spay/neuter facilities. We hope to build enough kennel space that we can provide a boarding facility so pleasant that we could all be comfortable leaving our own pets there.

We believe there is a definite need for a new facility and and we ask that animal lovers join us in our dream and help us create THE animal shelter for the future!

Click Here to Help Out




Save Our Cats,Kittens,and Strays is a grassroots organiztion.It was formed by concerned citizens who saw a need in the community that was not being served.S.O.C.K.S has been successful by promoting a spay/neuter program for many of the homless strays and feral cats that roam about.Our goal is to reduce the number of feline pregnancies and the over population of cats in the community. Be a part of the solution.You can help by spay or neutering your pet.As a responsible pet owner,you will be preventing unwanted litters and helping to keep your pet healthier.Our mission is to humanely reduce the number of feral cats in the community and to improve their quality of life through a trap/neuter/release program and to educate the public of the additional benefits of population reduction through responsible ownership.

PO BOX 972, Gloversville, NY 12078-0972



Socialize your dog to help reduce potential dog bites. Read more at Don't worry - They won't bite.

Really good reason not to plant catnip in a flower box
Submitted by Lorraine Decker 6/30/08


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This page is dedicated to my faithful friend Taz " The Muffin Man" who finally lost his battle to cancer May 16th, 2008.
We miss him.

Although we had moved away from Fort Plain we never changed our Vet to a local one. After our struggle I am glad we stayed with the Fort Plain Animal Hospital. All the staff knew him and they went above and beyond the call of duty to help him.

Dr. Chen in addition to his excellent medical training also uses Chinese herbs and acupuncture. Many animals have responded to that treatment.

Fort Plain Animal Hospital
13 River St
Fort Plain, NY

518-993 - 3332

Sacandaga Veterinary Hospital
331 Steele Ave Ext.
Gloversville, NY 12078
518-725 8117

Sacandaga Dog Supply
PO Box 852

Diva the wonder dog

On Saturday July 12th. My husband and I were cruising in our boat with our two pets around Sinclair Point to Sport Island pub on Sacandaga Reservoir to meet one of our friends. When we arrived our friend asked where Diva our Scottie was. To our horror she was gone and must have fallen off the boat at some point. We had no idea where but we stopped to take a plastic bag off our propeller off Sinclair Point and thought she may have fallen off there. This all happened around 5:15. We went back searching and telling everyone we could to look out for her. We even dialed 911 and called over a police boat to help us. Out to the point we went and back with no sign of her. Our hearts sank and we started for home looking and hoping but it was 8:15 and hope was fading fast. As I started to lose all hope I saw a little black object on a beach and told my husband to drive closer. As we approached we saw the tips of her ears and her red collar. Yes it was our Diva! We joyously picked her up but we're amazed that she could have gotten to the beach. We figure she must have swam for at least a 1/2 mile in choppy water with boats all around. It is a miracle we found our little dog. We will now always have her life preserver on.

Submitted by Ony Antonucci

See Diva in Action

Diva and Serena



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