Royalty Dog Care 4201 Arch Dr, Studio City, CA91604 Royalty Dog Care specializes in house sitting canines, as well as daily visits. Additionally, employees are available to…More sleep over at pets' homes to provide them care, attention and ease of mind. Royalty Dog Care also cares for cats, birds, reptiles and other family pets. It is owned by John Miller, who had two miniature schnauzers as a boy.
Maxwell Dog 12336 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Maxwell Dog offers fun accessories your furry friends. It carries beds, leashes, collars, toys, treats and more in a…More high-end shop along Ventura Boulevard. It also makes dog ID tags with a quick, two-week turnaround. The staff is friendly, and the store is bright and exciting for owners and pets alike.
Dog House provides grooming services for cats and dogs, with services including bathing and shampooing, blowdrying,…More brushing, haircuts, nail trims and ear cleanings, as well as styling. Dog House uses all-natural Bio Groom-brand products, so not only is your furry friend clean, but is kept safe from harsh chemicals. In addition, pet owners can purchase healthy and natural pet food, treats and supplies from the shop.</p>
<p>Dog House also works with local animal rescue organizations to provide loving homes for abandoned and abused animals, and provides resources on dog training, responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter programs. </p>
Smart Dogs Dog Training 11054 Ventura Blvd # 400, Studio City, CA91604 For more than 20 years, owner Jeff Dodd has been providing professional obedience training for puppies and adults…More dogs. Smart Dogs Dog Training offers a variety of courses at its facility teaching commands such as come, down, sit, heel and stay. In-home and Skype training sessions, pre-adoption consultations and other related services are provided.
Q-7 3450 Cahuenga Blvd W, Los Angeles, CA90068 Dog rescue group, with volunteers.
Love For Paws 4261 Troost Ave, Studio City, CA91604 Love For Paws offers pet sitting, dog walking and behavior training to clients in Studio City, North Hollywood, Sherman…More Oaks and Burbank. Services include weekday, evening and weekend dog walking, overnight visits, medication, transportation to the vet or groomer and more. Love For Paws is a member of Pet Sitters Associates and is fully insured and licensed.
Laurel Canyon Park 8260 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles, CA90046 Located down a steep curvy road off of Mulholland Drive, the Lauren Canyon Park offers three acres off-leash space for…More your pooch. Trees are sprinkled throughout along with park benches for owners to sit and relax. A smaller fenced off-area is available for small or timid dogs. A children's play area is located behind the small dog area and is surrounded by fencing as well. Parking for 35 cars is available. Open daily with the exception of Friday mornings between 6am to 11am, during which time grounds maintenance occurs. No food or treats are allowed inside, for the dog owners' safety.
We agreed to foster a puppy awhile back and as we fell in love with the kid (we kept him) and met other Pitbulls and…More their owners, we realized this was a true calling. We are thoroughly dedicated to promoting the Pitbull as a breed, by helping to place these terribly misunderstood dogs into good homes. </p>
<p>As a Pitbull-only rescue, it is especially important that we know as much as we can about a potential adopter as before they meet a dog. Its equally important that they know the breed and understand the special needs and understanding required for Pitbull owners. We have a thorough Adoption Application, no fee is required to fill one out. It is designed to make absolutely sure that a potential owner has a home that will safe for their Pitbull and a lifestyle that will help them to flourish. With an accepted Application, we set up a meeting so that our AnnRo dog can meet the potential adopter and also to introduce them to any additional dogs or cats the adopter might have. The final step is a Home Check.</p>
Petco 12800 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Petco features a wide array of pet supplies for cats, dog, birds, reptiles, fish and more. It offers food, toys,…More bedding, cages, leashes, grooming and other supplies and services. Parking is free in the rear, and a small ramp takes you straight into the shop. Service is friendly and pets are welcome to come shopping too!
We always had pets when I was growing up and as an adult I longed for a dog of my own. Finally I went to the…More shelter and a skinny black lab climbed out of his kennel to get to me. He had some issues but I found a great trainer, educated myself, and we worked through it. 13 years later he is still by my side, happy, hilarious and beloved. He is a brilliant and funny dog who makes me laugh out loud every single day and I cannot imagine my life without him. I’ve heard people say our dogs choose us. Wilbur chose me, for sure. Adopting Wilbur made me realize that our shelters and streets are overflowing with wonderful, beautiful dogs willing to be great pets if someone would just give them a home, some love and time to settle in. Three years later I rescued Sienna. She’d been abused and mostly hid under the bed for 6 months. A trainer said she needed a younger dog to nurture, so I went to the shelter and brought Oliver home. He filled the house with youthful exuberance. And so it began... a parade of more dogs than I can count. Some were fosters who stayed a short time before moving onto their forever homes, others lived out their lives with me, and some are still here. I became aware of rescue groups doing great work. So I fostered when I could. I volunteered at adoption fairs when I had time. I donated money when I had it to give. I did what I could. When people ask how they can help, the answer is -- do whatever you can. Every little bit helps.</p>
<p>Five years after I adopted Wilbur, I sent a card to the shelter where I got him. I wrote, “I hope that all your adopters feel the way that I did when I took my dog home -- that I got the best one.” We hope you feel that way about your dog too.</p>
<p>Founder, ThumpingTails Animal Rescue</p>
<p>Donations: P.O. Box 1992, Studio City, CA 91614</p>
Lucky Puppy Rescue and Retail 12238 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Lucky Puppy Rescue and Retail provides loving homes for dogs who would otherwise end up in shelters, while reducing the…More demand for inhumane puppy mills and pet shops. Dogs and puppies are available for adoption for a small fee, which includes a veterinary evaluation, flea treatment, vaccinations and spay/neuter services. Adoptions are offered in the store daily, and donations always are accepted. In addition, a variety of dog supplies is available at Lucky Puppy's shop, including beds, toys and treats.
Trinkets & Treasures 4342 Tujunga Ave, Studio City, CA91604 Trinkets & Treasures is located in the commercial district on Tujunga Ave in Studio City. This charming gift store…More is warm and whimsical with colorful dolls, figurines and pen and paper desk sets. The shop is full of beautiful, one of a kind, custom pieces. Choose from a variety of custom-made jewelry, bracelets and earrings. A large selection of scarves is laid out in a vibrant display. Trinkets & Treasures also offers baby and toddler clothes, dog bowls and decorated journals. Ask about the store's layaway plan.
Bone Sweet Bone - Your Dog's Home Away From Home! 11324 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Bone Sweet Bone is your dog's home away from home, offering day care, an extended-stay kennel, chauffeur service,…More grooming, mobile grooming, pet supplies and a spa. For the truly pampered pooch, there's an exclusive store with adorable clothing, exciting toys, gourmet treats, high-quality grooming products and fun accessories to satisfy even the most discriminating canine companion. The shop carries Christian Audigier Dog by Chrome Bones accessories, beds, apparel, bowls and carriers.
Suck It Sweets 4361 1/2 Tujunga Ave, Studio City, CA91604 Suck It Sweets sells a variety of candy, pastries and other sweets. It offers Sucksicles, which are frozen, fruit-based…More desserts that come in such flavors as coconut, watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple-chili, apple cider and more. It also sells Mexican shaved ice, cookies, cakes, tarts and raw chocolate truffles. Everything sold is gluten-free and many items are vegan. Pupsicles and other vegan dog treats are also sold.
The Barking Bunch 11707 Laurelwood Dr, Studio City, CA91604 The Barking Bunch is a dog care and training company serving Studio City and the surrounding areas. The company offers…More a wide range of services, including training classes, group classes, hikes and boarding services. Some classes include basic obedience classes, puppy training and behavior modification. Boarding services include regular feeding times, around the clock care and exercise activities. Check its website for details on programs or call for information on prices.
Sam's Green Paw 11450 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Sam's Green Paw is a green certified doggy daycare, doggy hotel and grooming facility. Sam's offers dog and cat grooming…More from baths to full-grooming body clips and dental care, doggy day camp where dogs socialize and play with other dogs during the day, a cage-free doggy hotel where dogs are boarded, hikes and walks during the day and obedience training. Pet pick-up and delivery is available.
Walter Reed is known for its award-winning chorus and band as well as its high academic achievements and IHP…More (Individualized Honors Program). It has a new Culinary Academy and Environmental Sciences area of study as well as Humanities and Technology Academies.</p>
<p>The school has the longest-running continuous program for highly gifted students in the Los Angeles Unified School District and includes studies in Latin, logic and creative analysis. It is also one of a handful of middle schools with a Cadet program.</p>
<p>The ornate front and large grassy lawn in front of the school makes it a prime filming location, which adds to the school coffers. TV shows such as <i>Malcolm in the Middl</i>e, <i>Head of the Class</i> and <i>The West Wing</i>, and movies like <i>Accepted, Transformers </i>and <i>The Shaggy Dog </i>were shot there<i>.</i> During the last presidential campaign, the school made international news when it was featured in a speech by John McCain and confused with the Walter Reed Medical Center. Principal Donna Tobin had to issue a release stating that she didn't give permission to the Republicans to use the school in their promotional material.</p>
<p>The school is part of District 2 and feeds mostly to North Hollywood High School. Its mascot is the Wolves and the colors are navy blue and gray.</p>
<p>John Ritter, Adam Carolla and Rachel Bilson went to school here.</p>
Helen Home and Business Services provides a wide range of home and business care and assistance services for clients…More in Studio City. The company offers French tutoring as well as a range of pet care services which frequently include "environment care" (cleaning a cat's litter box and scratching posts), cat food deployment, dog walking and aquarium cleaning. This business is also qualified to care for horses and pet socialization training, a process of training animals to be kept by humans in close relationships, especially cats, working dogs horses.</p>
<p>Additional services include secretarial work, typing and word processing of all documents and manuscripts. Preparation and typing of contracts, import/export correspondences, memos, press-releases, scripts and screenplays, biographies, books, flyers, portfolio, dissertation, data entry, resumes, letters, business cards, calendars and newsletters are also available services, as well building management services for offices, private residences, apartments, commercial buildings and condominiums, including kitchen and house cleaning, meal preparation, gardening work, laundry, filing and more.</p>
<p>Helen Home and Business Services also specializes in event coordinating and organizing task such as fundraising, public speaker appearances and more. </p>
<p>Check the websites for a full list of services or for information on prices.</p>
THE RESCUE TRAlN is a unique, 501(c)(3) non- profit, no-kill organization dedicated to…More eliminating animal suffering and euthanasia through hands-on rescue work, education and awareness.</p>
<h1>How We Started</h1>
<p>As a child I never said, "When I grow up I want to run an animal rescue." So how did I end up dedicating my adult life to saving dogs and cats from euthanasia, and placing them into loving homes? It started when I visited a Los Angeles city animal shelter. A shelter worker informed me that a large number of adoptable dogs and cats were euthanized every week because they had too many animals and not enough homes. I remember standing in the loud, overcrowded kennel looking into all the dogs' scared eyes and my heart just broke. Their faces haunted me and I could not turn my back on them.</p>
<p>By the year 2000 I was running a small animal rescue. Every day I would get phone calls from Good Samaritans who had found lost or stray animals. Little did I know that one day when I picked up the phone and heard a voice on the end of the line say "Hi, this is Delilah Loud" that my life was forever changed. Not only did Delilah find two animals that needed help but she also offered TO help. That's the day The Rescue Train rolled onto the tracks. She became my partner in rescue and friend for life.</p>
<h1>Who We Are Today</h1>
<p>Delilah and I used our strengths to build The Rescue Train into a unique, non-profit 501(c) 3, no kill organization supported by hundreds of creative and dedicated volunteers. Together it is our mission to reduce the number of animals entering shelters by doing hands-on rescue work and creating unique programs and solutions; including our highly successful "Trained for Life" program where shelters dogs are completely obedience trained prior to adoption, and our annual "Race for the Rescues" which funds and supports many other important animal welfare organizations. Our organization is committed to educating our community about responsible pet ownership and the importance of spaying and neutering.</p>
<h1>Why We Do It</h1>
<p>We do it because pet overpopulation is a national crisis that affects our communities and our hearts. Each year millions of adoptable animals are killed in the United States. How we live with animals is a reflection of our country as a whole. .. "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Ghandi.</p>
<h1>How We Do It</h1>
<p>We do it with love, sacrifice and the knowledge that in a sophisticated and affluent city such as Los Angeles, with so many animal lovers, there is no need for this great amount of suffering these animals face each day.</p>
<p>As rescuers we know that every time we save an animal there is the possibility that it can make a profound impact on one person's life. We dream of a day when our services won't be needed, where there is a loving home waiting for every dog and cat in the world.</p>
<h1>Join Our Army</h1>
<p>We believe that not only in our own "City of Angels," but across the country, there is an army of animal lovers. We are run 100% on your tax deductible donations and can only continue to do this life saving work with your help. Your volunteer work, your compassion and your open hearts keep this train full speed ahead!</p>