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Animal Urgent Care Specialty Group

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County of San Diego Dept. of Animal Services
See Display Ad Page 7 619.767.2675
Friends of Cats 619.561.0361
15587 Olde Hwy 80 • El Cajon
See Display Ad Page 8
Helen Woodward Animal Care Center 858.756.4117
6461 El Apajo Road P.O. Box 64 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 See Display Ad Page 8
National Cat Protection Society 619.469.8771
9031 Birch Street • Spring Valley, CA 91977 

(Easy access of Highway 125) See Display Ad Page 33
Humane Society and Retirement Center for Cats!
PETCO Foundation
Promoting a variety of educational and charitable activities nationwide by
partnering withn local animal welfare organizations at the grass roots level.
Rancho Coastal Humane Society &SPCA 760.753.6413
389 Requeza Street • Encinitas, CA 92024
See Display Ad Page 7
San Diego House Rabbit Society 619.718.7777
Contact us at or visit us on the web at See Display Ad Page 5
San Diego Humane Society and SPCA 619.299.7012
5500 Gaines Street • San Diego, CA 92110
See Display ad inside front cover

AnimalRadio.Com is America’s most listened to pet programming according to Arbitron.

699 Paula St.
Morro Bay CA. 93442

805-772-1314 Offices
805-772-1471 Studio

Animals Rule Placement Foundation

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Animal Rescue and Adoption Organization Volunteers Needed! Adoption Events in San Pedro every Sat.

Arbor Dog Park

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Located in Seal Beach off Lampson between
Valley View & Los Alamitos Blvd.
Open dawn to dusk weather permitting
Closed Thursday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for maintenance
A 2 ½ acre grass park with several shade trees,
including drinking fountains for both dogs and owners.
(562) 596-0199

ARF – Animal Rescue Friends/Idyllwild






WELCOME! to the ARF House, the little rescue with the big heart, home of love and second chances.

We are located in the mountain village of Idyllwild, CA where we have been serving the community since 1994. A volunteer, grassroots, non-profit organization, ARF’s mission is to rescue animals that have been abandoned, lost, or whose owners are no longer able to care for them. We provide foster care until forever homes are located. Our animals are spay/neutered, receive necessary shots and other veterinary care as needed.

Each year, relying only on the generosity of donors and small grants, ARF helps an increasing number of dogs and cats, turning sad stories into happy tails. In 2012 to date:  87 dogs and cats have been taken in; 59 adoptions; spay/neuters 50; average found and reunited pets, 2-3 a week
(5 animals found and reunited the week of October 15th). Since reopening in February 2012, Sadie’s Clinic has seen 480 animals.

ARF works to educate our population about the importance of responsible pet ownership, including the need for spay/neuter and heart worm disease prevention.