LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles County Animal Services is launching a marketing campaign to get massive canine adopted and out of the shelter.
The county says a disproportionate variety of massive canine don’t make it out of the shelters every year.
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The division is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society for the “Live Large: Adopt A Big Dog” marketing campaign via January thirty first.
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Adoption charges are $22 and embrace microchips and spay/neuter companies.
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Organizers say the objective of the marketing campaign is to get 500 or extra of the bigger canine into houses throughout the subsequent two weeks.