There is nothing better than the joy that comes from
giving a forever home to one of our dogs or cats!
THINK ADOPTION FIRST!
Click on "Available Pets" to see who's available for adoption at SGVHS
PUPPY AND KITTEN SPAY/NEUTER PACKAGE SPECIAL!
KiTtEnS (over 3 months and under 9 months) $80.00
includes 2/3 FRCP vaccinations and spay or neuter valued at $115/$125
pUpPiEs (over 3 months and under 9 months) $150.00
includes 2 DHPP vaccinations, 2 Bordetella vaccinations,
1 Rabies vaccination and spay or neuter valued at $170/$190
(Extra charge if over 20lbs)
Vaccinations require 2 visits and are given on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, between 2pm and 4pm.
(Please call 626-286-1159 as days and times may vary during the holidays.)
Please allow 2-3 weeks between vaccination visits.
Surgeries are scheduled after vaccinations are completed.
HeLp CoNtRoL ThE hOmElEsS pEt PoPuLaTiOn ~
HaVe YoUr PeT sPaYeD oR nEuTeReD!
A recent ad in the Los Angeles Times stated that
The Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA,
do not contribute to, or fund, local Humane Societies.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE!
We do not receive any funding or support what-so-ever from either of those organizations.
As a small, private, non-profit Humane Society, we rely solely on donations from the public, adoption fees and clinic services, and income we derive from animal control contracts that we have with two local cities. The State of California requires all stray animals to be held for a period of 3 days, in the hopes of reuniting lost pet and owner. After the 3 day hold period, the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society is responsible for all costs of sheltering the animals. And as you know, we give every pet the opportunity for a chance of a new forever home much longer than 3 days, and the costs are in excess of $20 per day per animal!
Please, please, please support your local Humane Society.
We really need you!
The torrential rain storms of 2010 and the extraordinary windstorm certainly highlighted the dilapidated condition of the shelter. The collapse of the Sanctuary roof, major damage to the Mini Meow Manor Cat Habitat, and damage to the heating unit of our Big Dog Kennels - and the subsequent media attention -
resulted in an outpouring of community support.
Thank you to all who responded in our hour of need.
Plans are underway to rebuild our Feline Adoption Center
and Canine Adoption Compound.
We are approaching our 88th year, and we want there to be many, many more years to care for, and shelter, so many homeless dogs and cats hoping for a second chance.
PLEASE, won't you help make our new shelter a reality?
Share in our dream!
Click below to see the news story as broadcast by
CBS 2/KCAL 9 News:
Please donate today and adopt if you can.
Become part of keeping the
San Gabriel Valley Humane Society
open and thriving.
Share our dream - please help us achieve our goal of rebuilding
for our 90th Anniversary in 2014!