Glendale Animal Welfare and Rescue is a non-profit group dedicated to the overall welfare of mistreated and homeless animals. We strive to bring animals to the care of stable, responsible, and loving homes of individuals and families within our communities.
They seek to provide educational workshops, materials, and programs on cruelty-free, humane and ethical treatment of all animals. Glendale Animal Welfare & Rescue works to advocate the unethical treatment of animals in homes, neighborhoods, and pet stores everywhere.
As a non-profit organization, they thrive through the goodness and the generosity of animal-loving community members. Monetary donations are used to cover expenses for:
- Food and shelter
- Veterinary Examinations
- Spay and Neutering
- Behavioral Testings and Training
- Overall Care, Exercise and Obedience Training
Interested parties can donate via credit card at PayPal.
They can be found at Pet Rush located at 1040 W Kenneth Rd Unit 1, Glendale, CA 91202. They are open from 9:00 in the morning to 6:00 on the evening. They can also be reached through phone at (818) 956-0029 as well as through their contact page at http://www.glendalerescue.org/contact/.
To find out more about this animal welfare group, please visit their website http://www.glendalerescue.org/.