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Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Thank You Driffill Elementary School!

Monday, May 19, 5th grade students from Driffill Elementary School had a field trip to the kennel. They recently heard about some abused dogs and after a class discussion thought they would like to help some dogs and decided to take up a collection for C.A.R.L. The teacher, Mrs. LaRaia, and 32 students presented to […]

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Thank You Eagle Scout Logan!

Thank you to Eagle Scout Logan Simmons and 39 members of Boy Scout Troop 225 of Camarillo United Methodist Church for choosing to complete his Eagle Scout Project at Canine Adoption and Rescue League’s Burnice Kraemer Sanctuary, part of C.A.R.L.’s Pet Care Center in Santa Paula. The project included installing a grooming station, refurbishing an […]

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Hot Weather Tips

Keeping your pets safe in the summer heat is crucial in order to prevent heatstroke and exhaustion. Read tips for keeping your pets protected from the ASPCA and Petfinder. Hot Weather Safety Tips from the ASPCA. Hot Weather Safety Tips from Petfinder.

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Happy Birthday Brewer!

Today is Brewer’s birthday. His C.A.R.L. Pals, the Dulek family, have created this very special birthday video for him.

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Xena Update (RIP)

Update 4/3/2015 – Sadly our sweet girl Xena has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Her knee blew out and there was no relief for her bad leg even lying down. She got almost 2 years of love, activity and fun because of Sam’s Senior Dog Rescue Project Program and her wonderful family.Xena, rescued from Animal Regulation […]

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Thank You Barter!

Barter is a consignment store located at 2350 E. Main St in Ventura. They carry new, recycled and hand-made mens and womens apparel, home goods, sporting, jewelry, art and accessories. Barter owners, Christy Cantrell and Susan White Wood have dedicated a charity rack where all proceeds are donated to local non-profits, including C.A.R.L. Customers can […]

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