Animal shelters offer you a great place to get your next family pet. Please use the link in the animal description to complete an an application and an adoption counselor will contact you to ensure the pet you’ve chosen will be a great fit with your home and lifestyle. We are looking for committed volunteers with a love for animals to help us improve animal care and provide programs that are vital to a healthy community.
The ARL may require other information or require that other steps be taken prior to adoption to ensure a pet is the right match for your family. Learn to match animals with proper homes. Foster dogs who have been living with rescuers are generally trained within the rescue environment to become a good house pet.
Once an animal’s holding period has ended, it will be made available for adoption. Thank you for visiting the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) Website (DACC Website or Website). NOTE: Tri-CountyÂ Animal RescueÂ reserves the right to refuse adoption to anyone for any reason.
An abuse case can take a year or more to prosecute and all this time the animals are hidden away. We reserve the right to amend (add to, delete, or otherwise change) the terms of these Terms of Payment and the Online Payment Service at any time. Learn more about how you can foster one of our pets.
Our Companions Animal Rescue & Sanctuary
Second Chance Dog Rescue is one of San Diego’s largest and most successful non-profit 501c3 organizations dedicated to saving homeless dogs. Get involved and help promote adoptable pets in your area. Because we rescue 70-100 animals each month out of a 4 kennel garage, we rely heavilyÂ on our fosters. It takes a village to provide everything needed for the 50 dogs at the rescue, 15 more in foster care and the other animals on the farm.
Most of the animalsÂ are adopted out of foster homes. That fee will be reduced by $50 for dogs and $40 for cats if the dog or cat was already sterilized before arriving at our animal care center. The Director of Animal Welfare program was part of her proposal to make Los Angeles a No-Kill City.
NKLA is an initiative led by Best Friends Animal Society, bringing together passionate individuals, city shelters and an entire coalition of animal welfare organizations to end the killing of pets in L.A. city shelters simply because they don’t have safe places to call home.
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