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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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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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Thank You NCIS!

C.A.R.L would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to the cast and crew of the hit television show “NCIS” for raising all of the funds needed to purchase elevated dog beds. We received 3 large, 45 medium, and 15 small beds. We are so overwhelmed with joy by their generosity!!! View more photos!

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Thank you to Garden Heights Academy!

C.A.R.L would like to send a huge THANK YOU to Carden Heights Academy for collecting and donating collars, blankets and canned food to the C.A.R.L doggies.

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Thank you for blankets, Donna Chin!

A very special THANK YOU to Donna Chin and her gals and guys (Cathy Morrison, Joyce Rufenacht, Jayne Kulzer-also in the pic, her daughter Kienna Kulzer, Mouline Chiourn, Dodd Delvey and Doug, Dodd’s friend.), cut blankets to size! Thank you to one of Donna’s generous clients who donated the funds so Donna could buy 200 […]

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Anonymous donor gives generous gift to senior dogs

Canine Adoption and Rescue League has received from an anonymous donor a $10,000 matching gift system for our Sam’s Senior Dog Rescue Project. To learn more about the program, and how you can help senior dogs, click here.

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