Find Dinah the Perfect Home

Dinah Needs a home Smithtown animal shelt

We interrupt your regularly scheduled broadcast for an urgent message… Smithtown Today is launching a full scale effort to help find Dinah the perfect home. Dinah has been residing at the Smithtown Animal Shelter since 2014 and it’s about time to find this sweet little girl a home that is just right for her.

Animal lover and Councilwoman, Lisa Inzerillo tells us that Dinah is the kind of dog that will make anyone’s heart melt, however advises a home without small children.


“I have spent some time with Dinah. If I didn’t have 2 dogs and a cat, she would be mine. Dinah does have a lot of energy and would be best suited with a person who enjoys the outdoors, hiking, running, etc…. She is sweet and kind, loves her toys and belly rubs. She did get along well with my 11 year old daughter Marcella, who is in every sense a calm quiet girl…” – Councilwoman Lisa Inzerillo

About Dinah

Michelle, the adoption coordinator attests to Dinah’s loving nature and tells us, Dinah is extremely intelligent exclaiming “She aced the agility challenge the very first time out.” Michelle drove home the importance of finding the right home for Dinah, such as an active couple or a family with older children (teenagers). The perfect home for Dinah would be an active adult family, without other animals, who will take her on runs, hikes or choose to do agility and scent training with her.

Meet the contender, weighing in at approximately 60 lbs, a five years young spayed female, bull terrier-corgi-shepherd mix.

Dinah is a very sweet girl, loves toys, the snow and being with people.

She lives for belly rubs.

She is very playful and exceptionally intelligent.. very easy to train.

She is good with most male dogs as long as they are not as dominant as her

Would be best in an adult only home with no kids, and no cats.

Approximate date of birth:  June 2011

Arrived to Shelter: February 10, 2014

Spayed, Microchipped, Current on vaccinations-booster/rabies

Free of fleas, ticks, and mites

Heartworm tested

Michelle also informed Smithtown Today that the shelter can provide training for all Animal Shelter dogs adopted out. She would like to see Dinah located within the hamlets of Smithtown, so they can easily assist in any transition process, be it training, recommending a good vet or dog runs. If you think you may be Dinah’s Soul Mates, please call the shelter today, to schedule at least one hour of time, to get better acquainted with this loving little girl. You can still help Dinah,  if you already have a four-legged member of your family, by passing on her story.  

Smithtown Animal Shelter is Located at 410 East Main Street. To schedule an appointment, please call 631-360-7575

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