Just like people, dogs (and other pets) go through phases. If your dog is having behavioral or training issues, please contact a qualified training professional.
It's important to be consistent in your training to give your pup the best chance at success.
Contact us for recommendations.
If you found a dog, please check for tags around their collar for contact info. If no tag is found, take the dog to any local vet to scan for a microchip (this is usually a free service.)
If there is no microchip, you can increase the chance of finding the dog's owner by posting FOUND flyers around the area the dog was discovered. Click here for a flyer template.
For senior assistance, VOALA nourishes the lives of the elderly and provides support services for the elderly of Los Angeles and their pets. Learn more at www.voala.org/services/senior.htm
Also if you need help raising money to cover upcoming pet expenses, try launching a free online fundraiser and asking friends and family to help. We have used YouCaring.com
Find a personal pet sitter to ensure your pup is comfortable while you are away.
www.PeopleWithPets.com provides a national directory of pet friendly apartments, homes and hotels.
Also check out Zumper for Pet Friendly Apartments for Rent in your area!
Organizations like SNP provide low cost nonprofit clinics and make caring for your pet affordable for everyone.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE spay and neuter your pets and spread the word!
Please reach out to us if you need assistance