Daniel Guss

animal advocate

Guest

Animal advocate based in Sherman Oaks, California; founder of the Stand Foundation

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The  Los Angeles Department of Animal Services  has had six general managers in the past 10 years.

More Trouble at LA's Department of Animal Services

The Los Angeles Department of Animal Services has had six general managers in the past 10 years.

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