The following shelter services will continue by appointment only until further notice:
Stray animal drop-off and reclaims. Call 559-233-7722 x111 for assistance.
Owner surrenders. Call 559-233-7722 x116 for assistance.
Adoptions. Call 559-233-7722 x119 for assistance.
Fosters. Call 559-233-7722 x118 for assistance.
Rescues. Call 559-233-7722 x223 for assistance.
Vaccination Clinics. Call 559-237-1150 for assistance.
Appointments are not needed for any sick or injured animal drop-offs.
Each Year Nearly 30,000 Animals Cross Our Doors
We Receive Over 300,000 Incoming Phone Calls Each Year
Nearly 19,000 Hours of Volunteer Hours are Given Each Year
Over 5,400 Spay & Neuter Surgeries are Performed
Our Education Department Attended Nearly 200 Community Events.
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Petco Ashlan and Blackstone
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Community Behavioral Heath Center
Fresno Heart and Surgical Hospital
California Cancer Center
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Whities Pets Pooch Parade
Scottish Highland Games
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2015 Fresno Scottish Highland Gathering & Games
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Petco Herndon & 99
Valley Animal Center
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Flapjacks for Fido & Felines Fundraiser
Fall Home Improvement Show
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