The Lucky Duck Rescue & Sanctuary

Rating: 4.54 stars   13 reviews


9136 Wheatland Avenue Sun Valley CA 91352 USA


To rescue injured and/or abandoned domestic ducks for possible adoption to qualified homes or living at the sanctuary for the duration of their natural lives.


We are starting to work with schools regarding alternative ways of experiencing ducks besides "hatching projects" that typically result in animal dumping.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Carol, the Duck Lay, provide what every rescue should: Lots of TLC and individual care. Frankly, I don't know how she does it. What I do know is that she deserves, and should get, both financial as well as volunteer help. She helped us with the lack of companionship that our duck the we rescued from some very sick people who were going to use it in a sacrifice ritual. In short, I cannot say enough good things about Carol and the work she does - and it is work! Hard work.

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I would provide volunteer services but livmore e too far away. And if I weren't retired I would contribute money.

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On June 24th, 2010 we rescued a duckling roaming the streets of Fullerton. We began raising it but having no knowledge of what we were doing and inadequate facilities to house it we were very thankful to come across the Lucky Duck Rescue and Sanctuary in Sun Valley.
We spoke to her and explained our situation and she said she was happy to take care of her. We delivered her the duck on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2010, and after spending more than an hour with her and seeing all the happy ducks and fowl and her clear expertise we left her in good hands.
We visit her occasionally and on our latest visit March 26th, 2011 saw our duck happily maturing and she is now laying eggs comfortably in the security of her well-cared home.
We donate to the rescue and look forward to continuing our support.
Best regards,
Gregory Liu
Simi Valley, CA

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They have taken our stray duckling and continue to house and take care of it in a friendly, social environment.

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Give it more broad-based funding.

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