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SAN DIEGO COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES OFFERING "STUDY BUDDY" CATS FOR $5 THROUGH SEPTEMBER

 

 

August 29, 2013 (San Diego) –- Hit the books and relax with a quiet "study buddy" kitty by your side. 

County Animal Services' three animal shelters are overstocked on cats so for a limited time only, adoption fees for cats 6 months and older are only $5 through the month of September.

EAST COUNTY MAN ARRESTED IN VICIOUS PUPPY BEATING


4-Month-Old Animal Euthanized Due to Severity of Injuries
 

 
January 25, 2012 (Crest) -- Crest resident Phillip Shawn Rich, 26, was arrested over the weekend for severely beating his 4-month-old male Siberian husky, causing such bad injuries the animal had to be euthanized.

THE DOG BLOG: LOST OR FOUND DOG? WHAT DO YOU DO?

 
New Technologies, local and national databases help reunite lost dogs and their owners

 
By Dawn Celapino
 
November 29, 2011 (San Diego’s East County)--Have you ever experienced any doggy parent’s worst nightmare--losing your dog? Have you ever found a dog and didn't know what to do? 

 

COUNTY CONSIDERS MICROCHIPPING A LUCKY CHARM


Dog Licenses, Microchips, Rabies Vaccinations and Free Gifts at Sunday Event

 

Pet owners are encouraged to have their animals microchipped, vaccinated and licensed this Sunday, March 13 from 12-2 p.m. at the County Department of Animal Service’s San Diego shelter, 5480 Gaines Street. Pet owners who take advantage of the services will receive a variety of free pet gifts.

 

“Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early and give your pets a lucky charm by having them microchipped,” said Dawn Danielson, Director of County Animal Services. “The chance of a lost pet being reunited with an owner is increased if the pet is microchipped.”

FREE CATS! COUNTY ANNOUNCES PURR-FECT SUMMER ADOPTION PROGRAM

 

 

Due to a seasonal influx of kittens in the County's three animal shelters, the County Department of Animal Services will waive all adoption fees, beginning today, June 1 through September 4, for cats six months and older. Only two cats per person can be adopted.

 

"Our three County shelters are really packed right now and we don't want to compromise the health of the cats and kittens by holding more animals then we can properly care for," said Dawn Danielson, Director of the Department of Animal Services.

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