Each year, millions of dogs and cats are turned over to animal shelters because their owners do not want them any more. You may want to start a rescue because you love animals, but you still will have to effectively communicate with people. Many animal shelters handle all types of animals and you will find kittens, puppies, and even older pets available for adoption. With approximately 40,000 dogs, cats and small animals euthanized in L.A. annually at a cost of $14 million, it is a crisis in need of resolution.
Attorney Tiffany Krog, who is the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council DAW, hopes to put her legal expertise to use for the animals by encouraging LAAS to put into operation a screening process for potential adopters of Pit Bulls. When you click, our sponsors fund food for hungry shelter pets.
Many times, these animals live in horrid conditions and are starving and abused. Working with our partners at shelters in all the Bay Area and Central California counties, we identify and remove animals at risk of immediate euthanasia and facilitate their adoption into loving homes.
The shelter can provide a safe environment until the pet is found by its owner or until it is placed in another home or organization. 3. Ask about foster care for the dog you’re considering. In keeping with our shelter mission, the clinic will only provide services to cats and dogs over 6 months of age that have been spayed or neutered.
People leave their unwanted dogs and other pets on the roadside or fields or woods under the assumption that by instinct they will revert back to wild and survive; in reality this is not the case. 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 heavily 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.
You may also make your payment in person at any County of Los Angeles animal care center. Most of the dogs that come into shelters will be euthanized, but thanks to dog rescue, many of these dogs do eventually find a stable home. Submit your complaint in writing either by sending a letter to the County animal care center that serves the area where you live or by completing the online form located below.
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