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Animal Services

The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center and Dedicated Animal Welfare Group (DAWG) are offering discounted adoption fees for all shelter pets December 20-23 for the annual Home for the Holidays Adoption promotion.  

Bring joy to your world by adding a pet to your family this holiday season. DAWG is covering the costs of vaccines, spay/neuter surgeries and flea control – meaning approved applicants will only pay the $20 microchip fee for their new furry friend. 

Some homeless pets at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center are reaping the benefits of a couple’s generosity with new beds, toys and treats for the holiday season.

Santa Paws is coming to town for a great cause. On Saturday, December 8, you and your pet can have your photo snapped with Santa and help support the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center.

The holiday event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Winter Wonderland Village nestled in the Kershaw Garden at the City’s Civic Center, 200 Civic Center.

Cost is $20 for the portrait with Santa, and all proceeds will benefit the City’s animal shelter at 28095 Hillcrest. Photos will be printed immediately following the sitting.

A wayward duck went on its merry way after being rescued from netting high above a skate park.

On Monday, Mission Viejo Animal Services received several reports from concerned citizens about a duck that had flown into the netting at the Laguna Niguel Skate and Soccer Park on Alicia Parkway.

Santa Paws is coming to town for a great cause. On Saturday, December 8, you and your pet can have your photo snapped with Santa and help support the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center.
 
The holiday event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Winter Wonderland Village nestled in the Kershaw Garden at the City’s Civic Center, 200 Civic Center.
 
Cost is $20 for the portrait with Santa, and all proceeds will benefit the City’s animal shelter at 28095 Hillcrest. Photos will be printed immediately following the sitting.
 

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Santa Paws is coming to town for a great cause. On Saturday, December 8, you and your pet can have your photo snapped with Santa and help support the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center.
 
The holiday event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Winter Wonderland Village nestled in the Kershaw Garden at the City’s Civic Center, 200 Civic Center.
 
Cost is $20 for the portrait with Santa, and all proceeds will benefit the City’s animal shelter at 28095 Hillcrest. Photos will be printed immediately following the sitting.
 

If you’ve ever wanted a pet rabbit, now’s your chance. The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is hosting a holiday rabbit adoption event December 1-2 where all rabbits are only $20. 

The special fee includes microchipping and spay/neuter, and expert rabbit volunteers will help educate you on proper bunny care and housing. The first few adopters will also receive a free gift basket. 

So, hop on over to 28095 Hillcrest this weekend and bring home a new furry friend.  For more information, call 949-470-3045.

Koda is a 3-year-old Anatolian Shepherd.  Most people haven’t heard of this unique breed, but it has been around since ancient times.  In fact, artifacts dating back to 2000 B.C. describe a dog in the Anatolian region fitting this shepherd’s description. 

Sweet, loving, grateful and playful — just a few adjectives dog owners use to describe their senior pets.  

Lucky, a Cocker-Spaniel mix, fits this description to a T. He’s also calm, quiet, friendly and fun.  At just 8 years old, he should be considered more of an older adult than a senior, but he does qualify for the mature pet discount, giving his approved adopter a $50 discount.  Weighing in at just 15 pounds, Lucky is the perfect size to live in an apartment or townhome, and he would make a loving companion for a retired person or couple.  

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Gorgeous Chrissy is a 6-month-old kitten looking for a quiet, peaceful home where she can feel safe to grow up.   Chrissy must not have had a stable home before because she is extremely nervous in new situations.   Because of this cautious nature, Chrissy would do best in a home without small children or dogs.  She might like the company of another cat and may even benefit from sharing her home with a confident feline companion.  

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