Flash's story is incredible!
Although we could never replicate what a California Highway Patrol dog is trained in, New Leash On Life does offer both in-home and on-site at our facility training. Visit our website for more information - http://nlol.org/training-information.
Unable to transport your dog to our boarding/grooming facility? Maybe you've got a flight to catch, are having car troubles, or don't have access to a vehicle of your own. Worry no more! With Wagtime Walks now teaming up with New Leash On Life, your dog can catch a dog taxi over to our facility!
Joanne Eberts is a longtime resident of the Santa Clarita Valley and opened up her pet taxi business in 2014:
Have you noticed how beautiful our rescue dogs' photos are when browsing on the website? Thanks to That Spunky Monkey Pet Photography generously donating their time and services to our doggies, we have gorgeous photos that we feel capture the dogs' personalities while highlighting their unique physical traits. Research has shown that rescues and shelters that have great photos of their adoptable animals are more likely to attract potential adopters thus directly contributing to more animals finding forever homes!
If you tried to call or e-mail New Leash On Life yesterday, we are sorry we missed you! It was raining cats and dogs and staff have been unable to reach our facility due to road closures. We will still be unreachable by phone or e-mail today, hoping to return to normal operating hours tomorrow.
We are happy to report our trustworthy and knowledgeable overnight caretaker has taken over day staff's duties of caring for the rescue and boarding dogs. All are well and depending on the weather, dogs are either getting trips to the dog park or going on our indoor treadmill.
We are so happy to introduce 2 new-to-us dogs available for adoption. Meet Tucker (in the photo, male, miniature pinscher) and Kimi (female, chihuahua). To find out more about them visit http://nlol.org/dogs and/or see what other available adoptable dogs would make your family complete!
Saturday, January 28th is the start of 2017's basic obedience training classes! Is your pooch struggling with leash pulling, darting out doorways, or over-reacting around other dogs? Learn how to curb these behaviors by starting at square one! NLOL's basic six-week obedience course gives you and your dog the foundation necessary to address unwanted behaviors. Learning to speak your dog's language is key in communicating with them using positive reinforcement to get the results desired. Don't get frustrated, sign up for training today!