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Wed May 23

We have had many calls rentals that are animal-friendly. 

If you have any apartments or houses for rent please let us know. We have many people looking for rentals that are good qualified tenants.

Many people are looking for rentals with stalls. We also have customers looking for rentals without stalls that are animal-friendly (dogs or cats).

With rentals, the tenant pays the real estate, not the landlord.




Wed May 23

Come Check Out Our New Page On Facebook

Single Horse People ONLY

Click The Below Link 

Long Island Stable Mates

First Ten Horse People Will Get One Liequine Ad

For Six Months!!


- Condo for Rent $3600 month $1,200 WEEKLY

Wed May 23

Condo for Rent $3,600 Monthly or $1,200 Weekly 

Puerto Aventuras Gated Community 

Owned by Sharyn Guzzi

2 bedroom 2 bath 

Golf, Beach,30 Restaurants, dive shops, Marina, Swim with Dolphins and manatee and snorkel all in one gated community. No covid test in or out of the country. On the Caribbean side of Mexico water is Teal color. On the marina 2 beaches!

Sharyn 631-979-2965

Click Below to view tour of Condo:



What Can I Feed My Dog ? 3/13

Tue May 23

It’s dinner time and your dog has made it clear that their food bowl is ready to be filled. Filled with what, though? With sinking dread, you realize that you are completely out of dog food. Now, your dog is looking at you with soulful eyes as if to say, “Seriously? You don’t have my food?”

As your mind races to figure out what to do, you decide that it’s time to get creative with the food that you have on hand. Chances are good that you have the ingredients for an “in a pinch” meal or two for your dog until you can purchase more regular dog food.

Keep reading to learn how to save the day for your dog’s tummy.

Meal Considerations

Before starting to rummage through your pantry or fridge, keep a few things in mind:

  • Avoid salty, spicy, sugary, or fatty foods. A dog’s palate is not exactly refined (remember that they eat poop!), so the meal that you prepare does not have to be a well-seasoned, culinary delight. In fact, anything other than plain foods could cause digestive upset, like vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation.
  • Avoid toxic and processed foods. Certain human foods are toxic to dogs, including grapes, raisins, onions, and garlic. Processed foods like bacon and deli meats are off-limits because of their high sodium and fat content.
  • Meat should be lean (at least 80% lean), cooked, skinless, and boneless. White meat chicken is ideal, but ground turkey or beef are also suitable. Boiling the meat is preferable to frying or grilling.
  • Consider your dog’s allergies and health conditions. Canine food allergies are commonly caused by meat-based proteins, like chicken and beef. Chronic health conditions like kidney or liver disease require a low-fat diet. As you think about what to prepare for your dog, consider a meal that won’t aggravate a food allergy or worsen a chronic disease.
  • This meal is only temporary. “In a pinch” human meals for dogs are not long-term solutions because they are not as nutritionally balanced or complete as commercial dog foods. The absolute longest that you want to feed these meals to your dog is a week—that should be more than enough time for you to buy more dog food.

Get Cooking!

The meal that you prepare should be a good balance of lean protein and complex carbohydrates. Fortunately, you have a lot of foods in your pantry and fridge from which you can choose.


  • Peanut butter (xylitol-free)
  • Plain, complex grains, like brown rice, couscous, and farina
  • Low-sodium broth (vegetable, chicken, beef) for extra flavor
  • Plain, unprocessed oatmeal (oatmeal packets are processed and sugary)
  • Canned vegetables, such as corn, peas, and carrots: Rinse well and drain to remove sodium.
  • Canned chicken in water: Rinse well and drain to remove sodium.


  • Plain, low-fat Greek yogurt
  • Mild cheeses, such as American
  • Cooked white or sweet potatoes
  • Cooked eggs, such as scrambled eggs
  • Rotisserie chicken, skin and bones removed
  • Cooked lean meat, such as chicken, beef, or turkey
  • Cooked or raw fresh vegetables, such as carrots, corn, and broccoli
  • Fruits, such as blueberries, strawberries, and sliced bananas and pears

Remember that dogs aren’t picky eaters. Just make sure that the meal has a good nutritional balance of protein and carbohydrates. For example, a quick and easy meal is plain chicken served over plain brown rice in about a 50:50 mix. If your dog isn’t impressed, add a small amount of low-sodium broth to make the meal more appealing.

Another quick meal, particularly for breakfast, is 2-3 scrambled eggs over vegetables and a cooked grain. Add some fruit to give your dog something sweet to munch on.

You can also cook some ground beef and add that in with some cooked or raw vegetables and plain brown rice.

If you really want to have some fun, check out these recipes for more ideas on what to feed your dog in a pinch.

After the Pinch is Over

Now that you’ve solved the immediate problem of feeding your dog, you’ve given yourself some time to get more dog food. Once you’ve done that, it will be time to get your dog back to their regular diet. Not so fast, though—abrupt dietary changes can upset a dog’s tummy.


5/2 Dog Parks on Long Island

Tue May 23

Blydenbugh Dog Park Area.  

Blydenbugh Dog Park Area, Veteran, s Memorial Highway, Smithtown, NY 11788


Smithtown Nesconset Dog Park

Smithtown Nesconset Dog Park, Dog Park, Nesconset, NY 11767


Cherry Avenue Dog Park

Cherry Ave, West Sayville, NY 11796


Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park

2903 County Rd 80, Brookhaven, NY 11719


Eisenhower Dog Park

576 Salisbury Park Dr, Westbury, NY 11590


West Hills Big Dog Run

Sweet Hollow Rd, Huntington, NY 11743


Gardiner County Park

Montauk Hwy, Bay Shore, NY 11706


Babylon Village Dog Park (Hawleys Lake Park)

George St, Babylon, NY 11702


Duke Dog Park

Duke Dog Park, Riverhead, NY 11901


Mud Creek Dog Park

341 Roe Ave, East Patchogue, NY 11772


Selden Dog Park

108-,110 Boyle Rd, Selden, NY 11784


Town of Oyster Bay Dog Park

Clocks Blvd & E Pine St, Massapequa, NY 11758


Isaac Dog Park

Calverton, NY 11933


Port Jefferson Public Beach and Dog Park

Port Jefferson, NY 11777


Bay Park Dog Park

Dog park in the Bay Park, New York

- Summer Horse Camp! -

Mon May 23

Summer Horse Camp

July 10th-14th & July 17th-21st
$575 per week or $525 per week if you sign up for both sessions!
Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 2:00pm! 

Check the flyer for additional information!

To reserve a spot or to find out more information,
Contact Jenny at 631-767-5517

- LI EQUINE Price Chart

Mon May 23


Horses Advertisements:

$50 for two months

$70 for three months

$90 for four months


Business Classifieds:

(Tack Shops, Veterinarians, Hay & Feed Supplies, Farriers, Equine Services, Equine Products)

$35 for one month

$90 for three months

$150 for six months

$260 for twelve months



$30 for one month

$55 for two months

$150 for six months


Editing of Changing Any Ads: $5

One Time Fee For Links (Including Youtube Links For Horses): $10

Items That Are Under $100 Dollars Can Be Placed In The Bargain Barn Section Of The Message Boards.

Please Do Not Hesitate To Contact Our Office To Assist You With Placing, Renewing, Or Changing Your Ad!




Lil Bits Farm Summer Camp

Sun May 23

Summer Horse Camp

Western Group Riding Lesson

Grooming & Tacking

Horse Care & Anatomy 



Barn Management

Equine Science

Arts & Crafts

Petting Zoo

And Much More Horse Fun!!!

Dates are July 10th-14th & July 17th-21st

$575.0 per week or $525.00 per week if you sign up for both!!

Monday-Friday, 9:00 am till 2:00pm!

Handyman / Remodeling Services Available

Sun May 23

Hello All!

My name is James, ive been a handyman / remodeling contractor for over a decade. Last year I had the pleasure of working with some wonderful women over at Bethpage Equestrian Center remodeling some horse trailers. The experience went so smoothly that ive decided I'd like to offer my services to more people in the L.I Equine community. 

I can be reached on my business line by call at 631.364.7773


By text only on my cell at 631.764.0597

Looking forward to working with you!


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