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In an animal’s eyes, love is unconditional. Too often, their love is taken advantage of, leaving hundreds of animals abused, neglected, and discarded.



Miranda’s Rescue for Large and Small Animals (Fortuna, California 95540) rescues and heals those animals, because every animal deserves to be loved.


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Linwood Animal Clinic (Milwaukie, Oregon 97222) provides full-service veterinary care in Milwaukie, Oak Grove, Happy Valley, Gladstone, Oregon City, Portland, and the surrounding areas. Its veterinarians care for your cats and dogs, as well as birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, reptiles, and other pets. Every veterinarian and staff member is devoted to providing your pet with high-quality care.

Whether your pet needs a routine exam and vaccinations, is sick, or is injured, Linwood Animal Clinic’s veterinarians and staff will provide the best comprehensive care delivered with compassion. They understand that your pet is part of your family and you expect quality care.

Linwood Animal Clinic offers the latest state-of-the-art surgical and treatment options for your pets. Its veterinarians offer full-service veterinary care, including routine and emergency exams, dental treatment, comprehensive diagnostic procedures, and digital X-ray facilities. They perform spays and neuters as well as most other surgical procedures your pet may need.

In addition to veterinary care, the clinic offers other services to keep your pet happy and healthy. The veterinarians can perform micro chipping to help prevent the heartache of a lost pet. They have pet boarding services to provide loving and attentive care for your pet when you are out of town; with a veterinarian on staff, your pet is always well cared for.

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Adobe Animal Hospital (Los Altos, California 94022) is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for its clients.

Adobe Animal Hospital is equipped with diagnostic radiology (digital x-rays), an in-house diagnostic laboratory, endoscope and ultrasound machines, full dental services, computerized records system, and a 24-hour ICU.

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All Animals Emergency (San Francisco, California 94122) is committed to helping your pet lead a long, healthy, and active life. Whether your pet is sick or injured, you can feel confident knowing that the hospital’s experienced team is ready and eager to provide the care that your pet deserves.

The staff at All Animals Emergency works hard to provide clients and their beloved pets with a warm and comfortable atmosphere in which to obtain the services they need. The staff is fully trained, offers years of experience and, of course, loves animals as much as you do.

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Birds
  • Rodents
  • Reptiles
  • And more!

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Animal Care Center of Huntington Beach (Huntington Beach, California) was founded by Dr. Neil Boodman in 2001 as a progressive animal hospital where both doctors and owners have played an active role in extending the life of family pets. Over the years, ACCHB has become known as the full-service Huntington Beach veterinary hospital, where treating each pet as if they were part of the staff’s own family is not just part of a mission statement, it’s part of the daily culture.

Beyond love, ACCHB provides targeted treatment through the use of superior technology and progressive medical practices that have been the keys to its success from the beginning. A genuine care for animals and their owners has always been at the heart of this well-established animal care facility. ACCHB listens to its customers and pays close attention to the very specific needs of their furry family members.

In early 2007, Dr. Annmarie Hill continued the vision established by Dr. Neil Boodman by becoming the new owner of the Animal Care Center of Huntington Beach. The hospital invites you to learn more about its approach to the total health care of your family pets. Learn more about the team and visit them at the northwest corner of Adams Avenue and Magnolia Street (near Gold’s Gym and PetCo).  See why Dr. Annmarie Hill is known as the Huntington Beach Vet who loves your pets.

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Saukville Veterinary Clinic (Saukville, Wisconsin 53080) is a small animal hospital that sees cats, dogs, and many types of exotic animals such as birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, and hobby farm animals.

Saukville Veterinary Clinic currently has 3 full-time veterinarians. 5 exam rooms, a surgical suite, a full pharmacy, and a treatment area for dentals and x-rays.  The clinic also has a full-time staff of receptionists, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants, along with the doctors, that are always available to help you with any questions you might have.

If there is something that Saukville Veterinary Clinic can’t do at their facility, they will refer you to a different facility that is capable.

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Appalachian Animal Hospital (East Ellijay, Georgia 30540) focuses on excellence in patient care and client service. A wide variety of patients are cared for, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, small mammals, native wildlife, and zoo species.

The practice was established by Dr. Dilmus Blackmon in 1976 as Boardtown Animal Hospital. It was located on Boardtown Road, north of Ellijay. The practice was purchased by Dr. Hal Stolz in 1979, and was moved to its present location on the Appalachian Highway (GA 5/515) in East Ellijay in 1984. The practice was purchased in 1990 by Dr. Francis Cipullo, and became a limited liability company in 1995.

Appalachian Animal Hospital has since expanded its facility and become a five-doctor practice with more advanced equipment to keep pace with the constantly evolving field of veterinary medicine. Dr. Lyn Lewis became co-owner in 2004.

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Cumberland County SPCA & Animal Shelter (Vineland, New Jersey 08360) was founded in 1891 and incorporated in June 1947, and is a non-profit organization and a chapter of the NJ State SPCA. The staff and board of trustees are deeply involved and committed to all aspects of animal care and welfare. The money to finance the shelter comes from fees charged to municipalities to house their stray animals, fees charged to adopt, reclaim or release an animal, dues, donations, grants, fund-raisers, and bequests from caring individuals.

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In its function as a humane society, the shelter serves as a refuge for thousands of stray, unwanted, abused, abandoned, and sick animals. The CCSPCA is the only law enforcement agency authorized solely for the protection of animals. Each year its cruelty agents  investigate nearly 1,000 reports of animal abuse and neglect. Many times it can stop abuse through education, however, other cases require prosecuting the guilty parties.

Each year CCSPCA humane education programs. offered free to schools and community groups, reach thousands, teaching basic pet care, safety, and the understanding that all living creatures deserve our respect.

Each year CCSPCA’s clinic provides the general public and thousands of animals access to low-cost spay and neuter services. In addition to sheltering and protecting animals, the shelter also acts as a clearinghouse for the thousands of phone calls requesting information on animal-related issues and problems.

CCSPCA’s new state-of-the-art facility allows it to hold more animals longer, treat sick animals, and offer the community access to low-cost spay/neuter services.

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Prairie Paws Animal Shelter (Ottawa, Kansas 66067) has served Ottawa and surrounding counties for over 60 years.

Jackson (Pet ID #11-0842)

In that time, Prairie Paws has cared for countless animals and promoted adoptions as it has continued to grow. The shelter moved into a brand new facility located at 3173 HWY K68 in Ottawa,  and has restructured some of its policies to better serve the community and the animals it cares for.

The mission of Prairie Paws is to:

  • Help reunite pets with owners
  • Provide pet adoptions
  • Create a safer community



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Longmont Humane Society (Longmont, Colorado 80501) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of animals.

LHS provides temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year: dogs, cats, small mammals, and birds who are lost, abandoned, or surrendered. Loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous health care, and daily exercise are standard parts of the high-quality care provided to each animal. The LHS adoption program places companion animals in loving homes where they receive the care and commitment they deserve. Adoptions include spaying or neutering, vaccination, a free veterinary exam, extensive care information, low-cost training classes (dogs), and screening for feline leukemia virus (cats).

Programs and services include a spay/neuter clinic, vaccination clinic, well pet clinic, and pet loss support.

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