Meet Ingrid. Ingrid is a one year old Pit Bull that arrived to the shelter as a stray on September 14, 2017. Although weighing in at approximately 55lbs, this young girl is sweet and soft as can be. She does fantastic with other dogs during playtime and would love a family to call her own.
Founded in 1863, the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control now has a total of seven animal care centers that serve the Los Angeles county area. Most of the animals available are either strays or have been surrendered by their owners who are no longer able to care for them. Although adopting directly from a shelter can prove to be challenging, the satisfaction of having saved the life of a shelter animal often far outweighs any of those challenges.
What is DACC’s mission?
The Department of Animal Care & Control promotes and protects public safety and animal care through sheltering, pet placement programs, education, and animal law enforcement. Our purpose is to provide responsive, efficient, and high-quality animal care and control services that preserve and protect public and animal safety.
Where can adoptable dogs be viewed online?
Department of Animal Care and Control
Interested in meeting Ingrid?
Downey Animal Care Center
11258 S Garfield Avenue
Downey, CA 90242