I'm being cared for by: United Hope for Animals LA
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Facts about MONTY
already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
United Hope for Animals (UHA) is a volunteer group and does not have a facility for animals. This pet is part of our Shelter Support Program at the Baldwin Park Shelter. For more information about the pet, the adoption process, or our program please contact the Volunteer Adoption Coordinator listed below.
Because animals are adopted/rescued daily, please also check the United Hope for Animals Facebook page to see if an animal is still available OR call the Baldwin Park Shelter at 626-962-3577. When inquiring about an animal, please reference the animal’s ID number. This will enable the volunteer or Baldwin Park employee to locate the status of the pet. Thank you for supporting rescue.
CONTACT: UHA ADOPTION COORDINATOR KRISTIN AT 626-393-6258 OR AT firstname.lastname@example.org
A4998378 Monty is a calm and gentle 10-year-old fawn-and-white male Long-Haired Chihuahua who came into the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center as a stray from La Puente on September 30th. Weighing 10 lbs, Monty is such a gentleman. He loves people and likes to explore his surroundings, he’s pretty good on leash (how bad can he be at 10 lbs?), and he has a low, man-of-stature gait and energy level. He also has a wonderful coat, which should prove to be super-soft and shiny once he’s had a good spa day (which he seems to be looking forward to!). Monty is one of those little boys who will make a great indoor pet and companion for any family, but might especially fit best into a family whose goal is to make his next 10 years lively, comfortable, and love filled.
MONTY’S VIDEO: https://youtu.be/3oqNbwiKq8M For more information on this pet, please contact volunteer UHA adoption coordinator Kristin at 626-393-6258 or email@example.com
United Hope for Animals is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to creating a world where our relationship with animals is guided by compassion and responsibility. We actively work toward bringing an end to the needless suffering of companion animals through community-based programs here at home and across the border.
The statistics are sobering: Together, one unspayed female dog, her unaltered mate and their offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in six years. Even with its prevalent spay/neuter programs, the United States euthanizes more than 6 million dogs and cats each year. Through our Shelter Support Program, we work in partnership with local shelters to reduce this number by raising public awareness about the overpopulation crisis faced by shelters, facilitating rescue and adoption of sheltered animals, and, in the process, bringing identity and dignity to the many lives that would otherwise pass anonymously through an overburdened animal control system.
Across the border, we sponsor a regular Spay/Neuter clinic to provide spay/neuter services to families who could not otherwise afford them, and through our Pererra program work to provide a humane and gentle passing to pets who have no other options.
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Please contact the Volunteer Adoption Coordinator listed in the ad for more information. (Please note that you are calling a volunteer, not a facility.)
For pets that are part of our Shelter Support Program at either the Baldwin Park or Downey shelters, you may also contact or visit the shelter directly. For more information on our Shelter Support Program, visit http://www.unitedhope4animals.org/about-us/shelter-support-program/.
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption process for UHA foster pets requires an application, phone interview, and home check.
For more information about the adoption process of pets that are part of our Shelter Support Program, visit http://www.unitedhope4animals.org/about-us/shelter-support-program/
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