Saturday, March 2, 2013

Today's Animal in Need

A4536609 Sam is an effervescent five year old white neutered male Maltese mix who was discarded at the Carson Animal Care Center on January 24th because his owners were moving and made no provisions for him. Weighing ten pounds, Sam would benefit from obedience training but does get along with other dogs. He is an expressive and playful dog who loves people and especially loves to be held. Once trained, we have no doubt Sam will be great with kids. Sam will make the perfect indoor lap dog for a family or individual in any living situation.

To watch a video of Sam, please click here:


Carson Animal Care Center is a high intake Animal Shelter located in Los Angeles. Please note all adopters must come in to the shelter, we do not do adoptions over the telephone!
Our goal is to try to find homes for every adoptable animal, to promote the spaying and neutering of pets, to educate the public about the necessity of vaccinating, licensing and microchipping your pets - and above all to help you and your pet have a healthy relationship.
This is the official page of the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control- Carson Animal Care Center. the Carson ACC provides animal control and rescue services 24 hours a day / 7 days a week in our service area. We offer a wide variety of potential animals for adoption. Most of our animals are strays or pets that have been surrendered by their prior owners for various reasons.

The many benefits of adopting a pet from Carson Animal Care Center include: low-cost spay and neuter, free veterinary health check, low-cost vaccinations, and a microchip ID.

In addition to patrolling streets, back roads, beaches, canyons and mountains for lost, injured and abandoned animals, our office also sells dog licenses, conducts humane investigations, protects the community from dangerous animals, permits and inspects animal-related businesses, provides emergency rescue services during natural disasters, and enforces all state and local animal control laws.
General Information
This site is devoted to promoting the adoptions of our animals, any statement posted that does not or would not assist in accomplishing this could be removed by the administrators. This site is entirely volunteer run and is not monitored by shelter employees. Please do not leave offers of rescue or adoption on this page and instead call 310.523.9655 if you would like to adopt or rescue any of the animals. 

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