The shelter provides Animal Control Services to the City of San Gabriel and the City of Temple City. However, this does not includes the portions of either city which are considered unincorporated LA County. Residents may call SGVHS directly for animal control questions or concerns Tuesday through Sunday, 8am until 5pm. After hours and holidays, please call San Gabriel Police Department – 626-308-2828 if you are a City of San Gabriel resident or LA County Sheriff – 626-285-7171 if you are a resident of Temple City.
PLEASE DO NOT PICK UP STRAY DOGS OR REMOVE THEM FROM THE AREA THEY ARE IN – PLEASE CALL THE APPROPRIATE ANIMAL CONTROL AGENCY OR YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT.
All other cities, please call your local Police Department or Animal Control Agency for Animal Control Services. If you are unsure who provides Animal Control in your city or area please call your local Police Department and they can assist you. See the following list:
Local Animal Control Agencies/Police Departments (Partial Listing):
Azusa – Baldwin Park Animal Control (626) 962-3577 or Azusa Police Department – (626) 812-3200
Monterey Park Animal Control – (626) 307-1217 or Monterey Park Police (626) 573-1311 (LA County Downey facility is the receiving facility for Monterey Park)
LA County – Downey Animal Control – (562) 940-6898
LA County – Baldwin Park Animal Control – (626) 962-3577
Pasadena Humane Society – (626) 792-7151
SEAACA – Southeast Animal Control – (562) 803-3301
Monrovia Animal Control – Pasadena Humane Society – (626) 792-7151
City of Los Angeles Animal Control – (888) 452-7381
The Department of Fish and Game requests that you do not trap oppossum, skunks or raccoons, and if they are trapped, they must be released immediately according to the penal code. Please respect the wildlife that live among us. They will not hurt you and generally move on if there is no source of food or water. PLEASE do not leave pet food or water out overnight, do pick up all fallen fruit from trees and be sure that your trash is properly covered at all times. Anyone who abuses or causes harm to wildlife will be prosecuted according to law.
Coyote issues are handled by the Agriculture Department, and they request that your trash containers are closed properly and that you do not leave pet food in your yard at any time.