Long Beach spcaLA
City of Long Beach offices and services will adhere to the following schedule during the 2013 Thanksgiving Holiday:
Trash and recyclables will be collected as normal on Thursday, November 28, and Friday, November 29.
spcaLA’s P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center and Long Beach Animal Care Services are teaming up for March Madness, a cats and kittens adoption event.
Tip-off is March 3rd and will feature two feline adoption specials:
Double Dribble: Adopt a team of two for $105.
Photo by Wayan Vota
Our Howl’oween Spooktacular will showcase a costume contest, groovy gift bags and prizes!
Hey dog lovers! Do you also love Halloween? i Love Dogs and Hotel Maya are holding their fifth and final “Mojitos & Mutts” Happy Hour.
Each year in June, the number of cat impounds more than double at Long Beach Animal Care Services making it an ideal time for residents to consider adopting a kitten or a cat.
“Nationwide, the spring and summer months typically bring a surge of kittens and cats to the nation’s shelters,” says John Keisler, Manager of Animal Care Services.
Radio personalities Mark and Brian will be in Long Beach to promote animal adoption on May 8. This one-of-a-kind event is sponsored by KLOS radio station and the spcaLA to provide Long Beach families with the opportunity to adopt healthy pets into loving homes.
i Love Dogs, Inc. and Hotel Maya are hosting a TweetUp on Thursday with great food, drinks, and networking to benefit the shelter dogs of Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Los Angeles (spcaLA). Tweeple can even bring their dogs along.
More than 500 dogs and cats have been spayed or neutered in 2009 due to help from the Haute Dogs Network and the City of Long Beach Animal Care Services.
“Haute Dogs is pleased to help end the cycle of pet overpopulation,” says Justin Rudd, founder of the nonprofit organization.
The City of Long Beach Animal Care Services and Justin Rudd’s Haute Dogs network are joining forces to get 200 Long Beach dogs fixed before the end of October in the Haute Dog Fix canine spay and neuter voucher program. This program will provide one $100 canine spay and neuter vouchers to the first 200 Long Beach residents who get their dogs fixed at a participating local veterinary clinic.
The Fourth of July can be a frightening time for animals, with the loud sounds of firecrackers and fireworks often sending pets scurrying out of the house or yard in search of security or shelter. Long Beach Animal Care Services reminds all animal owners that they can save themselves and their pets a tremendous amount of heartache and anxiety by following a few simple suggestions: