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SOMETIMES THEY RESCUE YOU

CHECK OUT OUR "ABOUT US" AND "ADOPTION" SECTIONS FOR UPCOMING EVENTS 

Lawsuit filed in Oregon argues animals have the right to sue their abusers.

WHAT YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BEFORE ADOPTING A DOG

Concerned Costa Mesa residents should report Animal Abuse to: Costa Mesa Animal Control at 714-754-5674.

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SPAY AND NEUTER

 

LIMA based

Behavior Modification

--least intrusive, minimally aversive--

AWARENESS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ACTION

California Governor has signed the bill into law to require all stores that sell dogs, cats and rabbits to offer adoptable pets from shelters and nonprofit rescue groups instead of through breeders or puppy mills.  New law goes into effect January 1, 2019

What you should look for in your dog trainer

Pawsitive Reinforcement Brings Pawsitive Results

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