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paw print Resources for Animal Rescue Los Angeles, California

Animal rescue, Los Angeles and beyond, has been made much easier thanks to the internet. Today, a simple online search on Google will show you many options you have for finding the right animal to add to your household.

The Los Angeles Animal Services Department is the governmental agency charged with rounding up strays and lost animals and with licensing them. They offer many shelters within the Los Angeles area where you can visit and adopt an animal. They also have their own website with lots of information on pet ownership in the greater LA area.

The SPCA Las Angeles is one of the largest animal adoption agencies in the Southern California region. The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is a very large, non-profit organization which runs their own no-kill shelters, offers animal cruelty investigations, and pet ownership advice both in person and via their website.

If you are in the greater LA area and looking to adopt an animal, you should start with the Los Angeles Animal Services Department and then check with SPCA Las Angeles.

paw print Los Angeles Dog Adoption

Los Angeles, also known as LA, is located in the southern part of California. Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the U.S. and is famous for Hollywood and their famous movie studios. Los Angeles also holds a record number of shelters and dog rescue centers so finding the perfect dog shouldn’t be too difficult. One of the major problems within the canine world is the surplus of unwanted dogs.

Adopting a dog is a serious responsibility and you should consider all the factors before adopting. In order to adopt a dog, dog rescue groups and shelters have to match you with the right dog. You fill out an adoption application and then interviewed. This is done to ensure that the dog and adopter will be compatible. They also want to make sure the dog is going to become a long standing member of your family. Lastly, you’ll pay an adoption fee; the adoption fee can range from $90 – $150 and it all goes to helping other dogs in need. Another way to help is by donating money or supplies, or by volunteering.

It’s important that if you live in the L.A. area to spay or neuter your dogs. There are far more benefits for neutering or spaying than leaving your dog unaltered. In Los Angeles there are many low cost spay or neuter clinics
which can help those in a tight budget.

Los Angeles has a dense population of dogs and the majority of them are waiting to be adopted in a shelter or dog rescue center. Please visit your local shelter and adopt an L.A dog.