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Dog Boarding In Los Angeles
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Book with Rover and Donate to a Local Nonprofit
Rover lets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already: asking your neighbors to watch your dog instead of leaving them in a kennel. Many Rover sitters in Los Angeles donate a percentage of their earnings to nonprofits through Sit a Dog, Save a Life. When you book with a sitter who has the Rover Donation Badge on their profile, you're helping dogs in need, right here in Los Angeles.
The Ace of Hearts Foundation
The Ace of Hearts Foundation is a 501c-3 dog rescue foundation dedicated to rescuing dogs, the day they are to be euthanized, from various Los Angeles shelters and placing them in loving homes.
In the greater Los Angeles County shelters alone an average of 475 pets are euthanized daily. There just aren't enough homes for them all. The foundation's goal is to help provide animals a second chance to a happy life and to help reduce pet overpopulation. They save dogs in need and provide them with care and foster homes while they await adoption. They carefully match these pets to new loving and responsible owners. They also try to educate the public on how to be responsible pet owners and on the importance of spaying and neutering. They believe the real solution to pet overpopulation is through spaying and neutering pets.
The Ace of Hearts Foundation is in memory of "Ace", a wonderful American Bull dog who was rescued from death, and touched the lives of many, especially founder Kari Whitman. They rescue all breeds.
Forte Animal Rescue
Forte Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to finding solutions for the problem of pet overpopulation through its animal adoption, outreach, educational, and junior volunteer programs. Forte also works together with the community to cultivate the awareness, and inspire compassion and responsibilities.
Friends of Upland Animal Shelter
Friends of Upland Animal Shelter recognizes that it is necessary to supplement staffing and public funding of the shelter so that it can provide a high quality of care for homeless pets and find homes for as many adoptable pets as possible. They focus on activities that support the comfort, health, well-being, and adoption of homeless pets at the shelter, including:
- Assisting with programs for animal care and socialization, adoption counseling and promotion, special events, and educational outreach, and any other shelter needs.
- Pursuing private donations to provide funds for environmental enrichment, equipment, medical needs and procedures, and any other shelter needs.
- Applying for grant funding that is available to non-profit organizations to assist the shelter in programming needs.
I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue
I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue rescues dogs from shelters at risk of being euthanized as well as abandoned, abused, and stray dogs. They also rescue many dogs from owners who are forced to surrender their dogs due to financial or personal issues. I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue is dedicated to reducing the number of dogs that are euthanized in our shelters each and every day. Their primary goal is to rescue and rehabilitate these dogs in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their permanent homes.
Miniature Schnauzers & Friends Rescue
In the greater Los Angeles County shelters alone an average of 475 pets are euthanized daily. There just aren't enough homes for them all. Miniature Schnauzers & Friends Rescue’s mission is to help provide animals a second chance to have a happy life and to help reduce pet overpopulation. They save dogs in need and provide them with proper care and foster homes while they await adoption. They evaluate the dogs the best we can in order to place them into loving homes that best suits their needs as well as potential adopters needs. They also try to educate the public on how to be responsible pet owners and the on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. The only real solution to pet overpopulation is through spaying and neutering pets.
Operation Blankets of Love
Operation Blankets of Love's (OBOL)'s mission is to improve the well-being of homeless animals and increase chances for survival and adoption – with the ultimate aim of eliminating animal homelessness. OBOL provides donated recycled and new aid and comfort items to homeless animals that consists of stray, sick, neglected, owner-dumped and abused animals to shelters, rescues, pets of the homeless, fosters and sanctuaries.
Studies show and experts agree that shelter animals with blankets and comfort items make them calm, feel safe and secure, warm and comfortable and are happier. The potential adopter can picture them in their home. This increases their chance for adoption which saves lives.
spcaLA is an independent, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Southern California since 1877. Donations run programs and services including Cruelty Investigation, Disaster Animal Response Team, Humane Education and a variety of shelter services. They are dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals through Education, Law Enforcement, Intervention & Advocacy. They believe that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurement, and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection.
They not receive funding from any federal, state or local government agency. Financial support for the organization’s humane programs is provided solely by donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations. The spcaLA is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, independently chartered organization that is not affiliated with any other “SPCA” or humane society. There is no national SPCA, parent organization, or umbrella group that provides financial support. Each SPCA and Humane Society is a completely unrelated organization.
The Pet Rescue Center
The Pet Rescue Center combines existing efforts used by Rescue Groups to create a more efficient rescue process by working cooperatively with rescue groups, veterinarians, shelters, pet stores and the community. They create positive relationships with Kill and No Kill Shelters by reviewing their PTS (Put to Sleep) lists for pets to save, and Special Needs lists for medical cases that we can treat in house to ensure their adoption.
The Pet Rescue Center provides a no-kill, veterinary supervised temporary sanctuary with office hours and storefront atmosphere for these pets while we work to locate an adopting family. Their state-of-the-art, safe & clean facility, boarding, training and a caring staff provides a complete service to the rescue and adoption movement. They sponsor medical treatments of special needs or victimized dogs & cats and of our rescued pets as needed including but not limited to spay/neuter, microchips and vaccines.
Wags and Walks
Wags and Walks is a 501C3 non-profit organization located in West Los Angeles dedicated to rescuing family-friendly dogs from shelters and finding them safe and suitable permanent homes through adoption, advocacy and education. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, veterinarians, and trainers, we are able to rescue hundreds of dogs every year and provide them with loving temporary care while finding them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.
Wags and Walks is different than many other rescues because they do not select dogs based on their size or age or even their breed. WAW hand-picks their dogs based on their temperament and their likelihood to thrive when placed in the proper home.
Similarly, WAW does not select their adopters based on how many hours they work or whether they live on a multi-acre property over a condo. They know that, like amazing dogs, loving families come in all shapes and sizes. Their goal is to find an adopter whose home, family and lifestyle are a perfect fit for a particular dog.
More on Los Angeles
Los Angeles, the City of Angels, may be best known for its multitude of celebrities. But we're more interested in its multitude of dogs.
Whether traveling by leash or Louis Vuitton carrier, L.A. dogs are welcome to spend the day roaming Runyon Canyon Park, then grab a sandwich at Joan's on Third, the city's quintessential pet-watching patio (second only to Seattle's RoverCam). Canine clothing hounds may even choose a late-afternoon shopping break at The Grove.
Dog lovers looking for dog boarding, dog sitters, and dog walking in Los Angeles have their pick from Hollywood to Santa Monica on Rover. It's simple: just scroll through sitters until you find the right fit, then start the conversation. We'll take it from there.