Downey Pet Shelters

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When it comes to pet adoption, many people prefer private breeders because they are unable to find a reliable shelter in Downey. You may also visit local shelters in Downey and adopt the pet that you like. It will not only cost you less but it will also help save an innocent life.

Thousands of pets are abandoned by owners every year. These pets end up on roads where they get in accidents or catch diseases. Many of these pets die from starvation, waiting for someone to show mercy. The pets that are found on roads are rescued by animal shelters, which are then put up for adoption.

By adopting one of the pets from a shelter in Downey, you will help make space for more abandoned pets in the shelters. You will also give a new life to a pet that could’ve been euthanized.

Heart Bandits - Greater Los Angeles Chapter

Downey CA

Heart Bandits is a dog rescue organization devoted to the American Eskimo Dog. Founded in 1996, Heart Bandits rescues American Eskimo Dogs in need, provides loving care, and finds them qualified, permanent, adoptive homes.

L. A. County Animal Care & Control: Downey Animal Care Center

Downey CA 90242

The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control is one of the largest and most progressive animal control agencies in the United States. Our six animal care centers serve unincorporated Los Angeles County and 49 contract cities with a combined total population of over 3 million residents. We cover more than 3,400 square miles of cities, deserts, beaches, and mountains; from the A

Downey CA 90241

In October of 1975, the cities of Downey, Norwalk and Pico Rivera formed a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) establishing the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA). SEAACA was formed as an alternative to the escalating costs of animal control services, and to improve the service level rendered by private and public animal welfare agencies. In 1976, SEAACA began receiving calls from cities as

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