Seriously. We can't with this photo. A rescue dog, a favorite book, and helping out a local non-profit. This is the best win-win situation we can think of. If your child needs to complete community service hours, New Leash On Life is happy to accomodate that with Doggy Reading Groups and Mobile Pet Adoptions for children as young as 8.
Sweet, shy, and adoptable Kipp is still awaiting that special someone who can give him a loving, quiet home. Kipp is very friendly, but will take a little time for him to warm up to you initially. He is very gentle and is ready to find a family of his own! Submit an adoption application for Kipp, today!
When an adoption is meant to be, our dogs know it. Annabel had a happy tail wag, huge smile, and was so excited to get in her forever family's car. We couldn't be happier even though staff and volunteers will miss their "favorite". Congratulations Annabel!
To see our currently available adoptable dogs, visit our website at http://nlol.org/dogs.
It is hard to pick a ‘favorite’ out of the adoptable dogs at New Leash On Life, however staff and volunteers will admit that Annabelle ranks high on their list. Annabelle shines at our Doggy Reading Groups, where children read a book to one of our rescues.
Sunday July 31st, 2016
UPDATE: As of 7/30/16, New Leash On Life Rescue Foundation has returned to its facility and is back to business as usual.
Saturday July 23rd, 2016
New Leash On Life Rescue Foundation evacuated their 13 acre facility on Placerita Cyn Rd on Saturday by mandatory order of the LA County FD.
New Leash On Life was evacuated due to the Sand Fire on Saturday, July 23rd. While staff, volunteers, and all dogs have made it safely to an evacuation center, our focus still remains on our mission "Saving the Lives of Homeless Animals" by finding forever homes for our 15 adoptable dogs. We are still currently accepting adoption applications online. All of our available dogs can be found here.
Due to the recent fires in the area, we evacuated from the NLOL facility on Saturday. All 34 dogs are fine and are currently located at Hart High School in Newhall. Red Cross is also set up separately for displaced families.
We appreciate all of your support during this difficult time.