LAs East Valley Animal Care Center is moving to a major new facility at Vanowen Street just east of Van Nuys Boulevard on May 21st. They’re aiming to make the move animal free. In other words, they’re appealing to any and everyone who can find room in their hearts and homes to adopt a pet. LA Animal Services has teamed up with nationally recognized dog trainer Bobby Dorafshar, founder of New Leash On Life, to offer incentives to prospective adopters. The offer stands from now until May 20. After the jump, details on what New Leash on Life is offering to motivate the public and increase shelter adoptions.
For any dog adopted from the East Valley Animal Care Center at 13131 Sherman Way in Van Nuys from today until May 20th, New Leash on Life will:
Pay 50% of the adoption fee for any dog weighing 35 pounds or more ($45 value),
Provide a FREE six week training session (valued at $250), and
Provide immediate and professional advice to help ensure an adoption lasts a lifetime through a HOTLINE just for adopters during this event (priceless).
The Adoption fee ($91 for dogs under 35 pounds and $45.50 for dogs over 35 pounds) also includes spay/neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations, and a license.
LA Animal Services will open a new Animal Care Center at 14409 Vanowen Street in Van Nuys on May 22nd.
East Valley Shelter:
13131 Sherman Way, North Hollywood, CA 91605
888-4LAPET1 or 888-452-7381, FAX 818-756-9110
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