A regular dog control virus has reached Long Beach, and vets say it's the first time a rabid skunk has been found in the city since it was first found in Los Angeles County in 1979.
A Long Beach vet who subjected a cat with cancer to unnecessary surgery and unnecessary pain and suffering has had his license revoked, it was revealed on Wednesday. A Long Beach vet's license was revoked after he was found guilty of performing unnecessary surgery on the cat, a nonprofit said Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County Veterinary Association.
A statement from spcaLA said James Whitney had his veterinary license revoked by the California Veterinary Administration after it was discovered he had undergone unnecessary surgery and unnecessary pain and suffering during his cancer surgery. A spokesman for the Primary Care Animal Hospital where Whitney was practicing said he stopped working there a year ago and the hospital had no comment on Whitney's license revocation. Humane officials with SpCALA began investigating Whitney and Furrever Grateful Rescue (FGR) after a tip from a veterinarian, officials said.
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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) 888-462-5555 or (866) 472-8477. LBACS also asks community members who have been away from home for several months to provide CA Animal Control with dogs and cats. When receiving calls from domesticated animals, we refer to complaints of dog or cat bites or loose animals that should be addressed to the Animal Care and Control Department of the City of New York City (ACD). Do you have any other problems with animals in your home or business in Long Island City or Los Angeles or near Long Island City or in the city - control or wildlife?
If you would like to discuss or report animal cruelty, please call OC Animal Care at (714) 888-472-8477. If you have a dog or cat problem or just have a problem with wildlife, call the county at 1-800-222-5555. Please remember that most snakes in California are not venomous, but there are, so if you want safe removal, you can call Long Beach Animal Control or the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. We also do some of the snake removal in Long Island City and Los Angeles County and we read this article about getting rid of a snake in Long Beach. You can also contact Orange County Animal Services, the county's animal care and control division, to confront them with dog and cat problems in your area.
If your pet requires anesthesia, one of our veterinarians will create a tailor-made plan for you. Vouchers ($50 for cats and $100 for dogs) can be used to offset the cost of surgery at participating vets.
The City of Signal Hill has signed a contract with the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Services (LA County DNR) to provide animal care and control services. The shelter is owned by the Long Beach Animal Control Department, which is subject to its own private animal inspectors.
SPCALA officers have the same powers of peace as state officials when investigating animal cruelty, and spcaLA conducts law enforcement. Stafford Animal Control provides animal control services to Stafford Township and, under an inter-local agreement, animal control services to four communities on Long Beach Island. During the holidays, the Long Branch City Animal Control Administration enforces Long Branch regulations on large animals and pet waste. The PMclose on Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm, Monday and Tuesday and on weekends from 10 am to 5 pm. Animal care and control ("Animal Control") and its employees investigate and enforce the laws and regulations of California, Florida, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and the District of Columbia.
Long Beach has two shelters serving a population of 33,657 people, with a total of 1,843 animals in the animal care and control system.
Miami - Dade Animal Services is an open shelter that houses about 30,000 dogs and cats. Kitty Cove, located in Island Park in Long Beach, adopts about 100 kittens or cats a year.
We are committed to animal welfare and are always looking for talented individuals to complement our team. Our goal is to provide a safe haven for injured and orphaned animals in Long Beach and to bring back as many healthy animals as possible.