Dog Adoption in Larchmont Village

West side of Larchmont Boulevard. Every Sunday, 10 am – 3 pm.

Dog Adoption in Larchmont Village / Hancock Park area

ADOPT, FOSTER or DONATE

Many of the dogs have been grossly abused by their original owners!

Often, kitty cats are also there waiting for you to take them home.

 

Address: 147 N Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004
Location: between Beverly Blvd and 1st Street
*Next to Blockbuster on west side of Larchmont Boulevard

Phone Numbers:
Candace Modrell at  (323) 394-3435
Deborah Lee at (213) 268-3944

Parking: free at the underground parking lot across the street next to Rite Aid

About the Mutt Movement:  It is an all-volunteer, non-profit local dog rescue organization committed to finding permanent and happy homes for unwanted and homeless pets in the community. The organization does not operate a shelter, but relies on volunteers who provide foster care for animals while they await placement.

Alternate Phone: 323-993-6139

* Eric Dane (Dr. Mark Sloan or “McSteamy” on Gray’s Anatomy) adopted a Chihuahua from the Mutt Movement on Larchmont in 2008. He and his wife Rebecca Gayheart named the dog Nellie, because at first she was skittish and a nervous Nellie. But now that the dog is frisky, it’s “Whoa, Nellie!”

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