rescue

REFER A FRIEND!

When you refer a friend to board, train, or daycare with us, your dog will receive a free activity during their next stay! Our activities include dog walking, dog park time, pool time, personal play, and doggy socialization! We greatly appreciate our clients and your continued business. Without you, we cannot continue rescuing homeless dogs from the shelters. Thank you for your support!

BOARD & TRAIN!

Indie, a young and beautiful Rottweiler, is boarding at our facility and is currently enrolled in our 4-week obedience boot camp! During Indie's stay, she receives three training sessions a day and is learning good doggy manners. The training consists of teaching dogs not to jump on people, walking politely on leash, sitting, staying, coming when called, and lying down. She is also being crate-trained during her stay with us to provide her owners with helpful tools to ensure Indie's continued success when she goes home.

Adorable Adoptable, Willie!

Are you ready to adopt a dog, but it is your first time adopting? Please call us at (661) 255-0097 and we can answer any questions you may have and give you an overview of our adoption process. If you prefer e-mail, send questions to adopt@nlol.org.

 

Please remember that throughout the year and during this busy holiday season, New Leash On Life is by appointment only for boarding tours and for meeting our adorable adoptables.

 

Thanksgiving reservations

In case the Christmas decorations fooled you, Thanksgiving is only a week and a half away!

Are you going on vacation and need to board your dog for several days? Do you have allergic friends or family and need to have your dog away from the home during the festivities? New Leash On Life can help with both.

Great start to November adoptions

This has been an amazing late October/November for adoptions - and it is only the first week. Barkley, Kane, Marlo, and Kipp & Rhys (together!) were adopted within this week alone. We couldn't be any happier for them! The icing on the cake is that lets us pull more dogs from the county shelters for our rescue. There are 5 new-to-our-rescue adoptable dogs awaiting to meet their forever families. Keep an eye on our website for their adoption photos and profiles.