Empowering People Who Love Their Animals

Most people are unaware of the many legal rights we have as animal caregivers (or, as some say, “pet owners”). That's why we are continuously working to educate and empower people. 

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Every day, people give Animal Services officers permission to enter their homes without a search warrant, even though they would insist on one from a police officer.

That’s also why, every day, dogs and cats are seized—illegally, we believe—by Animal Services officers without due process of law—and people feel frozen into helplessness.

That’s also why, every day, people, whose dogs were wrongly impounded, are wrongly denied the right to bring their dog home, even after the 10-day rabies “waiting period” has expired. 

Sometimes, far worse things happen. 

Thus, EARN wants to:

  1. create a well-informed public, so that every person with an animal is ready and able to protect their loved ones if the moment ever arrives—as it does for so many people each week in SoCal;
  2. hold Animal Services and animal shelters accountable to abide by the laws and regulations that are currently in place.