How You Can Help Your Local Shelter

Animal Shelter

Helping Rescues and Shelters By Audrey Pavia Do what you can: adopt, volunteer, donate, spread the word. Every year, nearly 7.6 million cats and dogs end up in U.S. animal shelters; only half of those animals find homes; the other half is euthanized, according to the ASPCA. This means approximately 1.2 million dogs and 1.4 million cats are destroyed in shelters every … [Read more...]

Adopt a Shelter Dog – Training Shelter Dogs – Students Saving Lives

Students Saving Lives was started by Debbie Kendrick, Vice President of Animal Behavior College, in 2004. Our mission is to train dogs in shelters in hopes of helping them become more adoptable and less likely to be returned to a shelter in their life. Obedience training for dogs is a key component to a happy and fruitful life. At ABC we ask each student in the dog training … [Read more...]

A Day in the Life of Their Paws

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Animal Behavior College employee, Sueann, helps raise funds to feed and care for shelter dogs. Sueann has volunteered to share a cage with two shelter dogs at the Brittany Foundation in a local Agua Dulce, No-kill shelter. Your donations will free her and feed them! Sueann is going to be sitting in a cage all day on Saturday 10/19.  She is going to be living the life … [Read more...]

Save a Life: Adopt a Shelter Dog

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Save a Life: Adopt a Shelter Dog Nothing says love like giving a pet a forever home. By Lisa King Adopting a dog from a shelter is one of the best things you can do to save pets from euthanasia and enrich your life. Dogs usually end up in shelters through no fault of their own. Foreclosure or other financial hardship, a death in the family, a divorce, a move or any sort … [Read more...]