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Date Betty White – Save the Animals

Betty White is known for her many different personalities and roles. Personally, I’ll always associate her with The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls. But one role which is not acting for her is her advocacy for animals.   Betty White has been personally involved in many different animal support programs, especially in Los […]

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Miley Cyrus at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards NV 05-20-12

Miley Cyrus Celebrates With Animal Rescue

Update (4-January-2013): Read about Miley’s latest rescue adoption: Miley Cyrus Rescues Another Puppy! Popular American actress, singer, and songwriter Miley Cyrus (A.K.A. Hannah Montana) turned 20 years old last Friday (Nov 23, 2012). Miley chose to celebrate her birthday in a very special and meaningful way – by supporting and promoting animal rescue programs in […]

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2012 Hero Dog Awards

Update # 2: This years winner is Gabe – A US Military Working Dog.  In addition to having been stationed at several bases throughout the US, Gabe also completed over 210 combat missions with 26 finds of explosives and weapons during his tour of duty in Iraq. Read about Gabe and the other finalists on the Hero […]

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Energetic Jack Russell Terrier Dog Runs on the Grass Field.

LA County Opens First Off-Leash Dog Park in Crescenta Valley

This past Friday (October 19, 2012) marked the official opening of the first off-leash dog park in LA County.  The $645,000, 1.5-acre fenced off area is located at the northwest section of Crescenta Valley Park (3901 Dunsmore Ave.).  It is  the result of over 5 years of work and lobbying effort by  Community Volunteers for Dogs Off-Leash Gathering […]

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Lost Dog Ad

Beverly Hills Enforces Ban on Lost-Dog Flyers

Yes – you read that correctly. The city of Beverly Hills, California has a rule on the books forbidding the posting of any sort of posters or flyers without first receiving permission from the city council. While this law doesn’t normally get enforced nor make the news, it did recently get attention when the Department […]

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