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Hollywood Mobile Grooming's 'SANTA PAWS' for the Homeless is Saturday, Dec. 15

'Paw it Forward' - SANTA PAWS for pets of the homeless was created five years ago by Chuck and Yael Rubin, owners of HOLLYWOOD GROOMING. Several Hollywood Grooming trucks are brought to Union Rescue Mission to groom all dogs and cats brought to the event by the homeless of downtown.

LOS ANGELES - December 13, 2018 - (

Hollywood Mobile Grooming - Paw It Forward: SANTA PAWS will be bringing hope and happiness to the homeless and their pets this Christmas season.

WHAT: SANTA PAWS (free grooming, pet food, flea medication and vaccines, gifts for kids in the shelter)

WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 | Downtown LA from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

WHO: Hollywood Grooming, The Rescue Train, Pet Express, Estolia’s Food Products, Timberwolf Pet Products, Union Rescue Mission 

WHERE: Union Rescue Mission, 566 San Pedro Street, Los Angeles CA  90013


Hollywood Grooming ( is the No. 1 rated mobile groomer in Los Angeles. In addition, Hollywood Grooming donates their time, talent and services year-round to city animal shelters, where they groom animals to help these shelter dogs look beautiful, making them more adoptable to the public. During their time at the shelter, many dogs are adopted that day because of the way they look. Appearance is everything to someone walking through the shelter, nine times out of 10, a person will adopt a groomed dog. Recently, Hollywood Grooming did makeovers on 60 shelter animals in one day. Every year, Hollywood Grooming provides homeless pets a free grooming/makeover service in downtown Los Angeles. ”The Dynamic Duo," Chuck and Yael, continue to work together to make the world a more beautiful place for children and animals.


The Rescue Train ( is a non-profit, no-kill dog and cat rescue based in Los Angeles. They are dedicated to eliminating animal suffering through hands-on rescue work, education, shelter intervention, spay and neuter programs and supporting other animal welfare organizations. In 2015, they launched a shelter intervention program at Los Angeles Animal Services East Valley Shelter. This program's goal is to prevent animals from entering the East Valley Shelter by empowering pet owners with options other than surrendering their family pet. By providing free spay/neuter, vaccines, low-cost referrals, dog or cat food, paying a pet deposit or paying license or redemption fees or repaired fences, they have “saved thousands of animals” entering the East and West Valley Shelters and reduced the suffering caused by pet overpopulation. Through education, awareness and support, guardians now have resources to keep their pets.


Estolia’s amazing “Salsa Saves Lives” product line donates profits from the sale of their four salsas to four “causes”: animal rescues, Alzheimer’s, leukemia and fighting hunger and homelessness.” Cousins Lisa and Lorraine created this product line to give back to the community. These special causes are near and dear to their hearts because of their personal experiences with each “cause” which affected their own lives. Today, they are lending a hand up to those in need of help by “saving lives one jar at a time.”


Pet Express was established in 1995 as a family-owned pet store with a simple concept: the most nutritious pet food at the best possible price. For over 20 years, we have provided nutrition knowledge and pet food to our local community. Pet Express continuously gives back to the community throughout the year by donating food to those in need.


Lorraine Alderette 
The Rescue Train
(818) 421-6419

Related Links
Hollywood Mobile Grooming
Hollywood Rescue Grooming Foundation

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