LICENSES: Animal licenses: Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, 5210 W.
What does LACACC stand for?
LACACC stands for Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control
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- Local Advisory Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (New Jersey counties)
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- Los Alamos Civil Air Patrol
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- Latin American Coalition Against Racism
Samples in periodicals archive:
Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control officers were brought in from outside the Antelope Valley to reinforce local officers in a sweep targeting neighborhoods where people have complained about roaming or vicious dogs, officials said.
LICENSES Animal licenses: Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, 5210 W.
Terry Eversol of the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control Department.
The adults can bite a person without releasing the venom, unlike the babies, said Eva Montes, animal control aid at the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control in Castaic.
The activists have been working with the Lake Los Angeles Rural Town Council, Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich's staff to gain support and assistance for their project.
Anyone interested in adopting the animals is asked to call the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control shelter in Castaic at (805) 257-3191.
Whether or not the animals were well cared for, Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control officials say Papineau was violating a Palmdale city ordinance that limits homes to no more than two dogs.