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SPCA-LA Offering Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic Oct 12

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — Pet owners can take advantage of spcaLA’s Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic at Plummer Park on October 12 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Remember that a healthy pet is a happy pet!

  • $10 Bordetella vaccinations for dogs
  • $20 CIV** vaccinations dogs
  • $15 DA2PPV vaccinations for dogs
  • $25 De-worming for cats and dogs
  • $15 FeLV vaccinations for cats
  • $15 Flea Treatment for cats and dogs
  • $15 FVRCP vaccinations for cats
  • $25 Microchips* for dogs and cats
  • $7 Rabies vaccinations for cats and dogs
  • $45 Kitten Package for kittens 6-12 weeks old. Includes FVRCP, de-wormer, and microchip
  • $55 Puppy Package for puppies 6-12 weeks old. Includes DA2PPV, bordetella, de-wormer, and microchip

All dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier; all cats in carriers. Bring medical records if you have them.

For details, please visit www.spcala.com or call (888) 772-2521. For more information, please contact Dan Mick at (323) 848-6882 or dmick@weho.org.

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‘BH Cop’ Actress Mauled by Her Pit Bulls at WeHo Home

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'Beverly Hills Cop' Actress Heather Parkhurst Mauled by Her Pit Bulls

WEST HOLLYWOOD (TMZ) — Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst — an actress who’s appeared in “Alpha Dog” and “Beverly Hills Cop III” — damn near got her arm torn off when her pit bulls turned on each other, mauling her in the process.

Heather’s fiance, Mark Nason, tells TMZ … the scary incident went down Friday night at their West Hollywood home. We’re told Heather was petting their 7-month-old pit, Baby, when their other pit bull, 8-year-old Buddha, suddenly appeared to get jealous and growled.

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And, that’s when Baby and Buddah lunged at each other but Heather’s right hand and arm got caught in the middle of the violent melee.

The attack left Heather — who’s also acted on TV shows like “NYPD Blue” and “Married with Children” — a bloody mess. She was rushed to the hospital to treat gruesome injuries, including crushed bones in her hand, torn ligaments and other deep cuts throughout her arm.

We’re told doctors inserted pins and stitched up her arm but she remains hospitalized.

Mark tells us Heather will now require nearly a year of therapy to recover. As for the dogs, Mark says they have every intention to keep Buddha and Baby because they’re huge pit bull advocates.

Tune in to TMZ on TV weekdays Monday through Friday (check syndicated/local listings)

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Mountain Lion Killed in Santa Monica Mountains Under State Law

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SANTA MONICA (NBCLA) — P-56 is the first radio-collared mountain lion to be killed under the state depredation law in the Santa Monica Mountains.

A male mountain lion being tracked by National Park Service researchers in the Santa Monica Mountains was killed by a property owner under a state law allowing such action following repeated attacks on pets or livestock, park officials have announced.

According to the NPS, the lion known as P-56 had been living in the western Santa Monica Mountains south of the Ventura (101) Freeway. He was believed to be between 4 and 5 years old.

P-56 is also believed to have fathered at least four other lions. The lion was killed Jan. 27. NPS officials said he is the first radio- collared lion being tracked by researchers to be […]

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Man Enters Plea to Shooting Dog in La Mirada

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West Hollywood Doctor Indicted In Fraud Case

LOS ANGELES– A Lakewood man pleaded no contest for fatally shooting a dog last month, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has announced.

Shane Michael Dubyak, 23, entered the plea to one felony count of cruelty to an animal and admitted using a revolver in the commission of the crime.
 
Deputy District Attorney Mireya Camacho said Dubyak was immediately sentenced to five years in state prison and is prohibited from caring, owning or possessing any animals for 10 years.

On January 5, the defendant shot a 15-year-old terrier named Kurtis that was left under his care in the 16400 block of Phoebe Avenue in La Mirada, the prosecutor said. A few days later, police spotted Dubyak and he fled when they attempted to detain him but was ultimately arrested.

The case was investigated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Norwalk Station.

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