Best Animal Shelters near 4140 Valley View Ln, Irving, TX - Yelp

The Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter is located on Sweet Valley Drive in Valley View.
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Denis J. O'Malley / Staff photoAllison Bennett, a Valley View Intermediate School third-grader, holds Zoe, a Labrador mix from Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, alongside Warren Reed, the shelter's executive director, after donating $202.
The Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter is located on Sweet Valley Drive in Valley View.
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"....both of us have been dog owners all our lives and when we decided it was time to adopt a dog we went to the Multnomah Animal Shelter to find our new pooch. Lucky for us we came to know Valley View Canine LLC at the same time. We got Atlin at 1 year and 2 months. What a handful! Without the overwhelming training, advice, and support from Valley View I think we would have been outmatched. The strides that Atlin has made over the last year made it easy for us to go back to M.A.S. and get another. Now, Chevsky is under the wonderful tutelage of the trainers at Valley View! We plan on stopping at two dogs, but if Chevsky turns out like Atlin, well, Valley View may be too good!" The Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter is located on Sweet Valley Drive in Valley View.
Photo provided by FlickrVALLEY VIEW, Ohio– It’s been a busy weekend at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter!
Photo provided by FlickrThe Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter is located on Sweet Valley Drive in Valley View.
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VALLEY VIEW, Ohio — It’s almost Christmas — and there are lots of dogs at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter who would love a new home for the holidays. "From small ones to big ones, Valley View Canine LLC works with them all (and the dog's people too!). No question is too stupid to ask. I myself am working with two dogs, one Boston Terrier and one mixed breed rescue. What I have learned from Valley View Canine LLC's instructors is how to be the leader of the pack with my dogs. By using praise and gaining the dog's respect, they look up to me. Some schools use treats, clickers etc; my Boston is too aggressive at times about food and treats, so those methods would not work well for him. In the world of dogs they work to please the leader. The instructors have varied backgrounds, they all have their own dogs and show them in everything from conformation to obedience trials, they also do therapy work, rescue, blood donor program, and many charity functions benefiting shelters and rescue groups. They have various levels of training at this time and are working on developing more, as need comes."VALLEY VIEW, Ohio — Two puppies who had a rough start to their lives are all healed up and ready for adoption at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter. With this weekly feature readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale's Sun Valley Animal Shelter."When we adopted our wonderful shelter rescue dog, Piglet, he brought with him some very challenging behaviors. I never had difficulty training a dog before, but could not seem to find the key to working with him. What a blessing for both of us to find Lynette and the staff at Valley View Canine LLC! As a person with a disability who has limited mobility--I use a scooter part of the time and a cane the rest. I talked with lots of dog trainers in search of the right match...someone who could help me learn to work with Piglet effectively and who could accommodate my disability. Lynette and Stephanie and the rest of the staff at Valley View Canine LLC have been great to work with in group classes and individual sessions. They are sensitive and respectful in finding ways to work with us and allow us to participate fully, even in a canine fun and agility course! Piglet has made tremendous improvement in his behavior and socialization. He now happily heels or walks along beside my scooter, so our walks are safe and enjoyable for both of us. Piglet and I wholeheartedly recommend Valley View Canine LLC."Oh you gotta meet Stanley! He's a great fella! Stanley was found as a stray here in Irving Texas. 63 pounds, chipped, neutered, and heartworm negative! He has a neat light brown coat and brown eyes. He was great with me and I think you'll just
love him! Come check him out at the Irving Animal Shelter, 4140 Valley View Lane, Irving TX