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Canine Adoption and Rescue League

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PO Box 5022 Ventura CA 93005 USA


The Canine Adoption Rescue League mission is to help end the needless deaths of dogs and puppies in Ventura County by spaying or neutering all of the dogs in our program prior to adoption and to find good loving homes for the dogs and puppies in our Project Second Chance adoption program.

Target demographics:

unwanted and homeless dogs and puppies.

Geographic areas served:

Ventura County


Project Second Chance adoption program: Placed over 2700 dogs/puppies into safe, loving homes since July of 1996.Non-Profit Spay/Neuter Foundation: Founded in 2001 by the Canine Adoption Rescue League (formerly the Humane League) and Mercy Crusade to end the pet overpopulation problem in Ventura County by sterilizing the dogs and cats before they reproduce. In 2004, through the help of a Benefactor, C.A.R.L. opened the Bernice Kramer Sanctuary (C.A.R.L. Pet Care Center), a shelter to house our adoptable and homeless dogs awaiting foster care or forever placement. The Shelter is open for fee based boarding to the public and proceeds are used for the adoption program.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Since April 2009, I have fosterd a dog from Canine Adoption and Rescue League. This experience has helped me with the recent loss of my own dog who recently passed away, 12 year-old blonde Lab, Toby.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

dog rescues, foster and adoption stories and the hard-working volunteers.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

meeting dogs and people with big hearts!

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...


If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

rescue more dogs, place more dogs, make the local community an even better place.

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