Sun Surf Veterinary Hospital offers complete medical and surgical procedures to residents of Huntington Beach, Long Beach and other parts of Southern California. A regular dog-control virus has reached Long Island City, Los Angeles County, California, and the city has announced plans to rebuild its Animal Emergency Response Team (ART). The Crossroads Animal Emergency Response Team (CERT) serves as the first line of defense against what we expect from a Crossroads Animal Emergency in the form of a regular, non-emergency dog attack.
There are two shelters in Long Beach, which serve a population of 33,657 people, and Kitty Cove, located in Island Park, Long Beach, adopts over 100 kittens and cats a year.
The city limits the number of dogs and cats available for adoption to a maximum of 1,000 per year, but we have seen an increase in the number of cats and dogs in recent years due to population growth in the city.
If you plan to attend the Huntington Beach California Veterinary Medical Association's annual meeting, it will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn on the corner of West Palm Beach Blvd and Rosedale Rd. Visit the Good Neighbor Veterinary Service in Albany, which offers affordable veterinary services. Read all about the pet shop by clicking on the picture below or on the pictures of the animal hospital.
We are committed to solving Nassau County's critter problems and have trained personnel ready to address any issues immediately. We serve the entire county and parts of West Palm Beach and Huntington Beach and are able to solve all the problems of the animals in Nassau County.
We are a well-established hospital in East Long Beach and proud to offer high quality veterinary services in a state-of-the-art location in Fountain Valley. CA Object has moved here and we have been saving the world for over 30 years, with an emphasis on animal health and welfare. We are an integral part of the Huntington Beach community and surrounding neighborhoods.
By submitting this form, you agree to receive e-mails with information from the Huntington Beach Animal Control Department and the Animal Care and Control Drive of the City of Long Beach. We are proud to be the official keeper and handler for Huntington Park and Rolling Hills Park residents and businesses. Get advice from the Long Beach Animal Welfare Authority. Do you have other animal control or wildlife issues in your home or business in Long Island City, Huntington Island or near your homes or businesses located within Long Beach?
LBACS also asks parishioners whose parishioners have been away from home for several months if they can care for a dog or cat that cannot be cared for in their home or business.
If you need animal control services or need to report a stray, aggressive or dead animal, please visit Long Beach Animal Care and Services at (714) 888-462-3200 or visit the Animal Control and Control Center in Huntington Beach. If you have a dog or cat problem, don't call the county if you only have problems with wildlife. For calls from pets, contact the Long Island Animal Welfare Department (LBACS), which should be contacted with complaints about dog and cat bites or loose animals. Please note that there is no contact number for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Animal Welfare Department, but call them at 1-800-222-8477 if you have any questions about animal welfare, animal care or animal welfare.
If you report a bite in Long Beach, please call Animal Control at (714) 888-222-3200 or Huntington Beach Animal Care and Services at (1) 800-467-8477. Find the best wildlife control on Yelp and search for reviews from 76 Long Beach companies by price, type and location. Learn more about SPCHS Long beach, WA: Search if you have available pets for adoption or if you are available for adoption.
We are responsible for providing animal control services to the City of Long Beach, including responding to animal distress calls, and we have a long history of promoting responsible pet ownership and enforcing animal control regulations. For more information on filing a complaint against animal noise, please visit the Huntington Beach Animal Care and Services website at (1) 800-888-222-3200.
Our goal is to provide a safe haven for injured or orphaned animals in Long Beach and to bring back as many healthy animals as possible. The Fish Veterinary Society is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Huntington Beach. PetSmart vets have developed the Vet Assured program to improve the health and well-being of pets, including fish and invertebrates.
The California Animal Welfare Association (calanimal) was founded in 1972 as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit animal welfare organization in Huntington Beach, California. In 1974, we became a member of the California Humane Society (CAHSA), a national organization with more than 1,000 members. We are a non-profit organization of veterinarians, animal inspectors and animal welfare activists. Animal Control itself investigates and enforces animal cruelty laws in California and Florida, as well as other states and territories.