Baldwin Park Shelter Animals Available As Of 1-12-18

A5142171 Female 9yr old Terrier mix
I am trying to get out to my local shelter to take pictures at least twice a month in an effort to help network animals and get them adopted. The following pictures are of several dogs and a cat that are at the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center as of 1/12/2018.

I do not know anything about these animals, other than they are at the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center. They have hundreds of adoptable animals available in all shapes and sizes, this is just a tiny fraction of the animals they have at the shelter. They have mixes, mutts, and purebreds, cats, kitties, and bunnies, large and small, and of all ages. If you would like to know more, please contact the shelter at 626-962-3577 or go see them in person at 4275 Elton St, Baldwin Park, CA 91706. I have included the animals intake number and a short description under each picture. If you call the shelter, you will need that intake number to get more information. You can also search the Los Angeles County website with that number at: County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control

Please share this post on social media to help try and find these animals (and the many hundreds more in LA County shelters) homes. And always remember, adopt, don't shop!

A5142334 M 6 month old Terrier mix

A5142334 M 6 month old Terrier mix
A5141283 Female 6 month old red Siberian Husky

L-R A5141757 M Min Pin, A5141166 M Terrier mix, A5141098 M Terrier mix, A5141438 M Chihuahua

A5142506 M German Shepherd

A5141444 Female 2yr old Terrier mix

A5142255 M 1yr old Terrier/Dachshund mix

A5142133 Male Terrier mix

A5141514 Female 9yr old Terrier/Poodle mix

A5141103 Female Border Collie/Pit Bull
If you can find it in your heart to give one of these animals a home, or perhaps adopt one from your own local shelter, please do. If you can't adopt an animal, please consider donating so we can continue to help our local homeless animal population at this link:

As always, please remember that when you decide it is time to add a new furry member to your household, adopt, don't shop. Your local shelter and rescues are filled to the brim with very adoptable  animals, and the perfect companion for you could be there.