Our Companions Animal Rescue & Sanctuary
If you are passionate about animals and want to help alleviate their suffering, you may have thought about starting your own rescue or sanctuary. 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-County Animal Rescue reserves the right to refuse adoption to anyone for any reason.
We recommend bringing any children and dogs (if appropriate) to visit when you come to adopt. We rely on the generosity of private donors and business sponsors to care for Sarge animals and place them in loving and responsible homes. These Terms of Payment set forth the terms of the online payment service (Online Payment Service) offered to you by the County of Los Angeles (County) Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) via DACC’s website (DACC Website or Website).
Not all foster animals attend every pet fair. If you have the time and energy to help save the lives of neglected animals, you may want to join in the animal rescue force. Other rescues use a system called a “foster” system which is similar to the idea of human foster care.
Having the animal’s health history at the time of adoption helps the animal find a permanent home. Each year, the Humane Society of the United States animal rescue team works with local agencies to rescue thousands of animals from puppy mills, animal fighting operations, natural disasters and other life-threatening situations.
Animal shelters offer you a great place to get your next family pet. Sometimes older pets can be better companions for older people as they need less training so looking for a pet in an animal shelter is a better option. Amandine is one of the co-founders of Care for Dogs. Everything from Staff Veterinarians to Animal Rescue Technicians are needed in most shelters on a regular basis.
Donate today to help us continue to save animals and give them the care and treatment they need to find loving and lasting homes. Some rescues operate kennels, where they house the dogs until a permanent and loving home can be found. These animals have (Courtesy) in their name and are not in the care of Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
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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