Petsguide Summer/Fall 2016

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Long Beach Shelter Rescue (562) 618-8638 Adoptions of rabbits, rodents, hamsters and Guinea pigs rescued from local shelters. Email: rodentlady44@yahoo.com. Meadowbrook Animal Sanctuary & Haven (951) 743-5975 Rescue, rehabilitation, care and placement of injured, crippled, abused and slaughter-bound horses, barnyard animals, wild animals, puppy-mill mothers, and abandoned and abused pets. Volunteers needed. www.mashrescueusa.org Orange County Cavy Haven (714) 242-7548 Adoption of rescued Guinea pigs from shelters. www.cavyhaven.org Pig rescues: California Potbellied Pig Association, adoption and education, (925) 937-9045, www. cppa4pigs.org. Honey, I Shrunk the Pigs, (714) 985-9954, www.honeyishrunkthepigs.com/rescue. SCAMPP (Southern California Association for Miniature Potbellied Pigs), www.scampp.com. Rabbit Rescue (562) 862-8844 www.rabbitrescue.com Red Bucket Rescue Rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of horses and donkeys. Tours and visiting hours, Sunday, 1-4 p.m. 2885 English Road, Chino Hills. www.redbucketrescue.org The Bunny Bunch (714) 889-9755 Adoption of rescued rabbits, chinchillas, Guinea pigs and other small animals. Free nail trims, gland cleaning and care sheets as well as classes. 15434 Bechler River Ave., Fountain Valley. Adoption center also in Montclair, 4601 Brooks St., (909) 6319552. www.bunnybunch.org

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Reptile Rescue See “Reptiles and Exotics” for rescues. Senior-Dog Rescues In addition to the following rescues, also ask rescues and shelters about senior dogs and “Seniors for Seniors” programs where adoption fees are often discounted or waived. Frosted Faces Foundation www.frostedfacesfoundation.org

(715) 574-6320

Grand-Paws Senior Sanctuary www.grandpawsrescue.org

(661) 286-2066

The Senior Dogs Project Resources and information about adopting a senior dog. www.srdogs.com Thrive Animal Rescue (858) 229-4972 Offers a Forever Foster program for senior dogs. www.thriveanimalrescue.com/forever-foster Shelter Adoption Most shelters offer adoption of unclaimed, healthy animals (full and mixed breeds) housed in their facilities. There is usually a small fee; spay/neuter and other veterinary services are often included or discounted. Unless the facility specifies otherwise, animals who are not adopted are euthanized after a set period of time. See “Shelters” for a list of local facilities. Web Resources The following websites offer current listings of adoptable pets available from local shelters and rescues: www.adoptapet.com, www.petharbor.com, www.petfinder.com and www.rescueme.org.

Boarding Brief When looking for a place to board your pet, always inquire about qualifications, check references and ask for a tour. Advanced reservations from one week up to two months may be required, especially around vacation season and major holidays. Many veterinary clinics and hospitals offer day and overnight boarding for pets; check with your vet for availability.

Day, overnight and extended boarding and care for dogs, cats and other pets. Other services may be offered. Also see: “Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers.” • Alicia Pet Care Center 25800 Jeronimo Road, Ste. 100, Mission Viejo (949) 768-1313 www.mypetsdr.com Both a full service veterinary hospital as well as a new boarding facility. They offer large, comfortable, sanitized, and well-maintained accommodations that are outfitted with fresh bedding and 100% pure filtered water at all times. Their enclosures are outfitted with safety glass, all of which helps to minimize your pet’s stress and maximize their comfort. Doctor supervision is provided during the entire stay, along with individualized care by the skilled and loving staff. Attention is paid to special dietary and medication needs, including diabetic care. Grooming services are available: baths, nail trimming and dental services. Also see “Veterinary Services.” • Animal Inns of America 10852 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove (714) 636-4455, (562) 424-5429 www.animalinns.com Animal Inns provides the ultimate in pet care, including valet pick-up and delivery services via their own pet limousine. Their comfort care packages include canine suites in a variety of sizes with exercise area, cat apartments with sunning windows, daily grooming, snack and playtime. Every pet receives human touch contact at least six times a day. Detailed records are kept on every guest and a “report card” of daily activities is gone over with the pet owner. Staff veterinarians are available daily, plus a fully-equipped animal clinic is just steps away from the facility. Pets may be checked in or picked up 365 days a year, including holidays. Animal Inns encourages pet owners to visit and make more info at www.petsguidemagazine.com


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