In honor of Veterans Day on Monday, the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control will discount adoption fees in a “Pets for Vets” promotion at all seven of the county’s facilities, including Castaic, from Friday through Sunday.
Discounts are for all veterans, reserve and active-duty personnel.
The Castaic Animal Care Center is located at 31044 Charlie Canyon Drive, Castaic 91384. Phone 661-257-3191.
The hours are Monday-Thursday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
* Acton (unincorporated area)
* Agua Dulce (unincorporated area)
* Bouquet Canyon (unincorporated area)
* Canyon Country (unincorporated area)
* Castaic (unincorporated area)
* Gorman (unincorporated area)
* Green Valley (unincorporated area)
* Kagel Canyon (unincorporated area)
* Lang (unincorporated area)
* Newhall (City), Newhall (unincorporated area)
* San Fernando (unincorporated area)
* Santa Clarita (City)
* Saugus (unincorporated area)
* Stevenson Ranch (unincorporated area)
* Tujunga (unincorporated area)
* Valencia (unincorporated area)
Volunteer: Help make a difference, DACC relies on volunteer support from the community to provide additional public service and animal care programs that are vital to a healthy community. Apply today at animalcare.lacounty.gov/volunteer.
Donate: Please support the Los Angeles Animal care Foundation. Contributions to the Foundation are to support spay-and-neuter programs, adoptions and provide needed resources to ensure the safety and comfort of homeless pets.
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