Reading Between the Toes: How Well Does NKLB’s Paw-Point Survey Reflect Candidates’ Animal Advocacy?

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The survey’s questions included candidates’ views about being proactive regarding animal-related issues, advocacy, reduction of euthanasia, management and the unique lease agreement that exists between Animal Care Services and spcaLA.
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Madder than a March Hare

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There haven’t been any rabbits featured in the adoption column for the past couple of weeks, and there won’t be any this week, either.
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It Takes More than a Village—It Takes a Loud, Proud, Mouthy Community

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Animal welfare brings out strong emotion among stakeholders and the pet community at large.
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Shelter Statistics for 2017 Show a Continuing Upward Trend, Shelter Staff and Pet Advocates Continue the Push

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The 2017 Long Beach Animal Cares Services (ACS) statistics for impounds, live release and euthanasia show continuous improvement in live release, euthanasia and impounds, with a slight rise in the wrong direction for impounded cats.
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Love Isn’t Date Specific: Happy Forever Valentine’s Day to Our Shelter Pets

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So what if Valentine’s Day was a week ago? It didn’t stop Justin Rudd and the Haute Dogs team from holding a postponed celebration at Long Beach Animal Care Services (ACS).
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Feed Me from the Table! Dine Out Long Beach Includes More Than 25 Pet-Friendly Restaurant Patios

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From February 25 to March 3, Dine Out Long Beach Restaurant Week will feature nearly 50 restaurants offering special value-oriented menus that reflect each venue’s cuisine.
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On Thanksgiving, Keep Your Pets Safe—and Remember the Kneady

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Every holiday, websites, columns and other publications dedicated to pets publish caveats about the dangers to animals presented by celebrations.

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Halloween Safety: Don’t Let Pet Mishaps Haunt You

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The holiday season has been officially kicked off via the first mucid step of last weekend’s zombie walk, despite the fact that Christmas decorations have been in the Dollar Tree since September.

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No More Puppy-Mill Pets in Pet Stores! Gov. Brown Signs Pet Rescue and Adoption Act

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Today, California’s governor signed a historic bill that will now ensure that no pet available in retail stores will come from overbred and often sick animals in mill situations. Furthermore, all pets in these venues will come from shelters...

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Local Canine Über-Rescuer Helps Quarter the Horses

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“OC Fairgrounds needs help. I’m going—Gate 8—join me!” gasped Long Beach resident Sherri Stankewitz on her Facebook page on Monday. She then jumped into her vehicle and began barreling down the 405 to the Orange County Fair and Event...

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