Connecticut Shoreline Pet Community

September 01, 2019
By: Adriana Valle

Are you looking for vet and food recommendations? Community pet events year-round? Then, you’ll want to join Shoreline Happy Paws’ Connecticut Shoreline Pet Community on Facebook. It’s where we share tidbits to make your pet parenting journey easier and connect with you on all things pets.

Pet Parenting Questions Answered

There is no better way to get pet parenting questions answered than by joining a group of like-minded pet parents from the local Shoreline community. It’s FREE and anyone with pets located in Connecticut can join! Because it’s on Facebook, keeping up with happenings will be simple. There’s no new app to join, just hang out with us where you already dwell!


Pet Parents in CT Shoreline Facebook Group

Pet Care Needs Met

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In addition to joining our Connecticut Shoreline Pet Community, learn more about our professional pet sitting services and exceptional team, by contacting us by phone or text at 860-964-0464 or via email at We specialize in the care of cats and dogs and serve the following areas:

  • Old Saybrook
  • Essex, Ivoryton & Centerbrook
  • Deep River
  • Chester
  • Westbrook
  • Clinton
  • Old Lyme
  • East Lyme
  • Niantic

Certain Parts and Certain Service Hours in:

  • Lyme and Madison
  • Waterford, New London, Groton
  • Uncasville, Gales Ferry, Mystic, Noank

By Adriana Valle

Adriana is the owner and Chief Pet-Loving Officer at Shoreline Happy Paws. She has been a Professional Pet Sitter for over 10 years.

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