Tuesday, February 28, 2012
CAN YOU HELP MAKE THIS LEAP YEAR THEIR LUCKY YEAR??
Pet ID: A1151355
Age: 7 Years
Color: ORG TABBY - WHITE
Breed: DOMESTIC SH
Pet ID: A1151356
Age: 7 Years
Color: ORG TABBY - WHITE
Breed: DOMESTIC SH
Beautiful seven year old sisters, Tangie (short for Tangerine?) and Noodle couldn't be any sweeter or cuter. They came in together and while ideal for them to be rescued together, seperate rescues are okay.
They have already been extended once from Feb. 18 and are now at risk.
Both are healthy, spayed with pledges for each of them.
PULL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE.
Kindly consider one or both of them.
Tammy Osborn Tammy.Osborn@occr.ocgov.com (at occr.ocgov.com)
Adoption Partner Coordinator
OC Animal Care
(714) 935-6373 (fax)
Visit our website www.ocpetinfo.com
OC Animal Shelter
561 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868
Sunday through Saturday - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
We are open until 7:00 PM on Wed
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
This wonderful dog was brought to my attention by my good friend and animal advocate Stefanie Michaels also known to millions of people as Adventure Girl!
Wyatt is with the rescue group Much Love. They are a great rescue group who have always supported our shelters. They have terrific dogs and cats. ML can be found doing their adoption events on most Sundays at 2515 Main Street in Santa Monica. Please consider Wyatt as your next best friend!
Here is what Stacy Bodell of Much Love has to say about the wonderful Wyatt!
WYATT!!!! PLEASE!! We have had this dog for a year and a half!!!!!
Wyatt is a young, playful, energetic dog who desperately needs a home! He is very sweet and loves people. He is fine around other dogs if the dogs like to play. He has a "big hello" so he would overwhelm a shy or submissive dog - but he truly just wants to play! All of his energy is good natured and goofy - no aggression. He is eager to please and learns quickly. He is great in the home - housebroken and a good boy if left alone. He needs daily exercise to keep his thin legs strong. He’s a wonderful walker, hiker and loves short runs of a couple miles. We also suggest easy stretching exercises for treats to keep him happy and healthy. He is a wonderful dog!
Stacy BodellMuch Love Animal Rescuewww.muchlove.org
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Finegan is a very special little dog! He is an 8 yr. old black and white, neutered terrier mix who was found as a stray wandering the streets of West Los Angeles. On Feb. 1, 2012 he was brought to the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter.
Many dogs are found in circumstances like Finegan's, so what makes him so special? To begin with he is about as cute as they come both before and after his bath as you can see in the photographs. Finegan is a happy little guy who wags his tail a lot . He is also very calm and well mannered. What then is it that makes Finegan so special? Well, it turns out that Finegan is "toothless"!!.
Why is he toothless you ask? We don't have an answer and Finegan can’t tell us. The good news is that it doesn't seem to bother him. He takes treats with the best of them and as long as his food is soft he will have no problems. His weight appears to be normal for a dog his size. What a story he would tell if only he could talk.
Adopting an 8 yr. old toothless terrier may not be at the top of your list when you come to the animal shelter but one look at Finegan and your heart will melt. His sweetness and gentleness shine through and worrying about him biting someone will never be an issue. :-)
He is a precious little dog who needs someone to love him. Don't let the shelter be his last home!West LA City Shelter 310-207-3266 Tues-Sat 8-5, Sun 11-5 11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064 Contact: Samantha Westbrook, NEW HOPE COORDINATOR 213-485-0494 / CELL 213-792-5811 email@example.com.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
My good friend Seth Casteel, who has contributed his photography talent to LA Animal Services by taking pix of the animals at the shelter and are seen on this blog, is hitting the big time!
Check him out and Congrats on the recognition Seth! You deserve it!
Monday, February 6, 2012
ROYAL (ANIMAL ID#A1262078)
Royal, about 15 months old, is a neutered male fawn Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He ended up at the WLA Shelter on Nov. 2nd as a stray. Shortly after, a stranger walked up to his kennel door and stuck his arm in so Royal growled and barked at him -- he didn't bite, but he certainly told the man he didn't appreciate his gesture (like people, dogs don't like everyone they meet). Royal was taken to Isolation and that's where he has lived for almost his entire stay at the shelter.
Shelter staff take Royal out when they can and he got out to run and play with a female PB not too long ago and they had a great time!
He is STRONG, loves to play, corrects easily (from both human and dog), and sits on command. No reported aggression toward male or female staff at the shelter.
Did Royal get a bad rap for an isolated incident? Meet Royal and judge for yourself!
Please contact Samantha Westbrook, NEW HOPE COORDINATOR
West LA City Shelter, 310-207-3266 Tues-Sat 8-5, Sun 11-5
11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064
213-485-0494 / CELL 213-792-5811 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, February 5, 2012
|Sweet seniors in danger at SLA|
I know it's a lot to ask for three dogs. I know it's a lot to ask for three seniors. I know it's a lot to hope that three black seniors will come out alive. But faith is all we have. If ANYONE can give these three best friends who cried and barked as they were separated into different kennels (SLA is trying to put them together if possible) a chance at a noble ending, an opportunity to live out their golden time as they should - warm, safe, loved - PLEASE RUN TO SLA TO SAVE THEM. They do not have much time left: owner surrendered, black, and old.
They are all neutered and spayed, up to date on shots, healthy, and get along with cats and dogs very well (they lived with 13 others!) In the interest of full disclosure, please note Tito, the Chi is a fear snapper does need someone to go slow with him. Thank you for caring, thank you for networking, thank you for trying to help these three worthy lives. They're good dogs - nothing is wrong with them. Just their luck.
SLA SHELTER: (213)-485-0117
3612 11th Avenue, 90018