Here you can find info on the people and organizations we work with. This page will continue to be updated as we expand:
As of our inception, June 1st, 2020, we will be donating 5% of all proceeds to our partnered rescue(s) with the goal of reaching 10% within the first two years of operation. Further into the future we look to donate in increasingly larger increments as the resources become available.
Healthcare for Homeless Animals focuses on the medical needs of animals brought into shelters. They offer services that include but are not limited to: diagnostic lab work, prescription medicine, major and minor surgeries, as well as support for nursing mothers, and litters without mothers who need to be bottle fed.
"Healthcare for Homeless Animals is there to support the medical care necessary to bring homeless animals housed at the shelter to good health and adoption into a loving home."
KEIKO & NIKO
Keiko and Niko are rescue pittie brothers that were reunited after a year apart. Now they are living our best lives together in CA with their paw-rents!
"We are biological brothers that were saved by a very special rescue organization called Simi Valley Missing Pets from being sold as fighting dogs. Look at our faces, do we look like fighters?! We think not! So thank goodness we were saved so we could be adopted."
Check out their story and more information about them on their website here:
Robin has been working in the dog rescue and rehabilitation field for over 20 years. Her experience and reputation in the community is highly respected. We were lucky enough to sit down with her and ask the questions we want to get to the heart of. Very insightful and full of information for anyone looking to adopt or get involved.
Jennifer Mann is the founder and lead dog trainer at L.A. School for Dogs.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, she is known by her clients and friends as their "doggie-guru." Jennifer Mann is a credentialed Certified Professional Dog Trainer. She has been working in dog and puppy training, obedience, socialization and behavior modification for 20 years.
We have personal experience with Jennifer as she is the trainer we took our blue nose pit bull, Parker, to when he was young. Parker is a rescue who was dropped off at Agoura Hills Care Center, his background was unknown. When we first adopted him, had some anxiety and "reactive" qualities that made him uneasy around new people and public places.
After we took Jennifer's dog training course, he was night-and-day different in the situations that made him anxious and reactive. Through her training, Parker became a dog that we can honestly say has been a role model for changing the negative reputation around the pit bull breed. He gets along in any situation. He loves other dogs, children, going for long walks, playing, etc.
We cannot thank Jennifer enough for her amazing work!