Anyone who visited the Uptown Dog Park between its opening in 2009 and September 2017 has surely met Gayle Carter. Gayle was one of these people that you didn’t not listen to.
Long Beach rescuers and residents-at-large will voice their concerns and opinions regarding Long Beach Animal Care Services’ vision and direction at a public workshop scheduled for Sunday, March 3.
Dains is the current director of the San Jose Animal Care Center. She was selected from a pool of applicants and will start her job in Long Beach at a yet undetermined date in the near future.
The Long Beach Little Paws Project will become the city’s first nursery whose sole purpose is to rescue and nourish orphaned newborn kittens; and the Dogs Playing for Life volunteer-training sessions will receive another paws-up in the form of a $10,000 grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Chloe’s spirit hasn’t been broken, but it, along with her body, has been damaged. She needs time, and she has that luxury now. Other animals don’t.
The case has received national media coverage following the Post story Monday.
Tommy was the inspiration for a dessert that will be served at the mayor’s wedding on Dec. 22—and also raise funds for a good cause.
Use care when donating to help victims, and use common sense when it comes to protecting your own pets.
To invoke the spirit of Halloween, over 700 dogs, two pigs and one rooster (the partridge in the pear tree opted to wait until Christmas) flocked with their humans to Marine Stadium Park on Oct. 28.
The program will run from Nov. 1 through Dec. 31 and will allow residents who are delinquent on license renewal to renew without paying the $30 late fine.