animal shelters

LOCAL MOTHER FINDS A WAY TO GIVE BACK TO ANIMALS IN NEED

 

East County News Service

May 31, 2017 (San Diego) – Amie Brenner knew she needed to do more to help animals in need.  After volunteering at the Helen Woodward Animal Center for over a year, and having two rescue animals of her own, she decided to start a company designing and selling rescue themed phone cases.  Her company, PhoneCasesToTheRescue, donates 15% back to the rescues and shelters and has already seen the positive impact the proceeds have made, which is her entire goal. 

FALL IN LOVE: DOGS AND CATS FOR HALF PRICE THIS WEEKEND AT COUNTY SHELTERS

 

By Tracy DeFore, County of San Diego Communications Office

November 16, 2016 (San Diego) -- It’s the season to “fall” in love with a warm and fuzzy cat or dog at County Animal Services. It’s offering a “Fall in Love” half-price adoption special on Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20.

As part of a 90-day pilot project, all three of the County’s shelters are open on Sundays, except for holidays. So feel free to stop by between 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on either day and you may possibly meet the unconditional love of your life.

NAME YOUR OWN PURRRFECT PRICE

 

County News Service

June 26, 2015 (San Diego)--Love cats and kittens? How do you feel about a good deal? The County’s animal shelters are overwhelmed with furry felines right now so it’s holding a “Name your Price” cat adoption event starting Friday, June 26 through Friday, July 31. The normal cat adoption fee of $58 will be waived, and you’ll be asked what adoption fee you’d like to pay.

PYROTECHNICS PUT PETS AT PERIL


County Animal Services Offers New Year’s Eve Safety Tips for Family Pets
 
December 31, 2011 (San Diego County) --The risk of harm to pets from loud New Year’s celebrations with fireworks can be reduced by a few simple measures, Dawn Danielson, Director of the San Diego County Department of Animal Services, said today.

DREAM DOGS TODAY

 

By Cate Sacks

 

June 8, 2011 (Blossom Valley) -- When a dog comes to Dream Dogs, sometimes it is sad and submissive, or unable to be controlled, and some were said to be unadoptable by the shelters. At Shelter Dogs to Dream Dogs, those behaviors are all turned around. Let Dream Dogs know what you want, and soon your dream dog will be there for you.

For example:

 

SMOOTH COATED, DRY MOUTH 3 YEAR OLD PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED PUREBRED ST. BERNARD.  This great boy knows his commands, is great with other dogs and loves people.  He is patient and loyal who bonds very closely to his family.  He lives on 3 acres and chooses to spend time next to our kitchen glass door when sleeping outside, and he always comes when called.   He is looking for a home who can give a wonderful lifestyle to such a gentle giant.