Rescue Spotlight – New Leash on Life

January 9, 2013  

New Leash on Life Animal Rescue / Newhall, California

Mission statement: Saving the lives of homeless animals and improving the lives of people.

About the organization: After years of observing the shelter system deteriorate and countless pets die, a vision of how to be more effective began to take shape. In 1997 New Leash On Life Animal Rescue Foundation was formed, and in March of 2002 the organization moved to a thirteen acre facility in the Santa Clarita Valley and established the E.R.A. Center for Education, Rehabilitation and Adoption, which serves as a safe haven for many companion animals, as well as a learning resource for children and adults facilitating NLOL’s vision of making Los Angeles a no-kill city. Since its inception, NLOL has been responsible for spaying and neutering thousands of pets, rescuing and placing over 5,000 dogs, and making a determined effort to educate the community on responsible pet ownership. NLOL also has a rich history of Search & Rescue efforts in disaster relief throughout the nation, including Hurricanes Gustav, Katrina, and Rita, and the wildfires of 2008 in Southern California.

Admission policy: No-kill all-breed dog rescue. The goal of NLOL is to focus on rescuing dogs facing death row in county/city shelters.

Contact information:

Phone: 661.255.0097
Address: 16742 Placerita Cyn Road, Newhall, CA 91321
Website: newleash.org
How to volunteer: newleash.org/volunteer
Facebook: newleashonlifeanimalrescue
Twitter: nlolrescue
Blog: newleash.org/blog
Newsletter: monthly sent to mailing list

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