Long Beach Animal Care Services Open House: Moving Forward with Strained Resources

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There was a long line of cars waiting on February 12 at 10:00AM to go through the entrance to El Dorado Park and the P. D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village. This isn’t unusual because Saturdays tend to slam up...
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Necessary—and Possible: Phase One of Animal Shelter Review Sets Ground for Positive Change

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Phase One of the City Auditor’s two-part review of Long Beach Animal Care Services (ACS) indicated that the shelter has come quite a way from the time when it was just animal control.

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Police Investigating Report of Camera Allegedly Found in City Animal Shelter Restroom

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The Long Beach Police Department is currently investigating a report of a camera allegedly found in a restroom at the Long Beach Animal Care Services center in El Dorado park.

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Euthanasia Declines, Live Releases Up In Long Beach Animal Care Services’ Mid-Year Report

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Live release numbers for the Long Beach Animal Care Services Bureau (ACS) have continued to increase, according to a mid-year report released by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine Thursday morning.

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Long Beach Animal Care Services Ends Another Year with Record-Breaking Statistics

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The Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine Animal Care Services Bureau (ACS)’s year-end statistics show increasing progress being made at the shelter, with the best numbers ever reported for 2016, it was announced Friday.

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Long Beach On Track to See Fewer Animal Impounds and Cases of Euthanasia Compared to Last Year

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The City of Long Beach saw fewer impounds and instances of euthanasia of cats and dogs in 2014, according to officials with the Animal Care Services Department.

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