Saturday, July 17, 2010

Cockers at North Central Shelter

These dogs are available for adoption at the North Central Shelter








STITCH - ID#A0856349-NORTH CENRAL SHELTER-My name is Stitch and I am an unaltered male, black Cocker Spaniel.
The shelter thinks I am about 7 years old.
I weigh approximately 28 pounds.
I have been at the shelter since May 06, 2012

CLIFFORD - ID#A1306850-NORTH CENTRAL SHELTER-My name is Clifford and I am a neutered male, black Cocker Spaniel.
The shelter thinks I am about 2 years and 0 months old.
I weigh approximately 28 pounds.
I have been at the shelter since May 14, 2012.




ID#A1310500-NORTH CENTRAL SHELTER-I am a brown and white Cocker Spaniel.
My age is unknown.
I have been at the shelter since May 19, 2012.


ID#A1315999-NORTH CENTRAL SHELTER-I am an unaltered female, brown and tan Cocker Spaniel.
The shelter thinks I am about 4 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Jun 07, 2012

ID#A1317193-NORTH CENTRAL SHELTER-I am a brown Cocker Spaniel.
My age is unknown.
I have been at the shelter since Jun 12, 2012
For information on any of these dogs, visit or call the North Central Animal Care Center. It is located at 3201 Lacy Street, Los Angeles, CA 90031.

Phone: (888) 452-7381


Hours:
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Saturday: 8 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 11 am - 5 pm

1 comment:

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