The Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA provides animal control services to the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Verne, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, San Dimas and the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County including West End, San Antonio Heights and Mt. Baldy. You can contact us by clicking here or you can call 909-623-9777.
Our Humane Officers rescue wild and domestic animals in distress and transport them for medical treatment and to the shelter when needed, seven days a week and twenty-four hours a day.
Upon entering our facility, each animal is evaluated by our health care staff and behaviorist to provide the animal with the best opportunity for adoption. Our staff strives to provide a caring and compassionate environment in which to care for all the stray, injured and homeless animals that are brought here.
Contact our office for additional information regarding minimal fee Humane Officer services at 909-623-9777.
Animal Control Officers conduct the following field services:
• Patrol throughout the City on a daily basis.
• Respond to animal-related emergencies.
• Impound dogs at large and rescue animals in distress.
• Enforce all animal control laws and investigate reports of animal abuse.
• Provide 24 hour service for picking up seriously sick or injured strays and bringing them to veterinarians for emergency treatment.
• Respond to other City, State and Federal agencies requests for animal care and control services.
• Pick up dead strays and wildlife.
If you have a beloved pet that has passed away, please contact our office during normal business hours at 909-623-9777.
After Hour Emergency Services
- When you see an act of animal cruelty, neglect or abuse, please email our investigator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909-623-9777 ext. 672 and report the occurrence immediately. If immediate assistance is needed please contact 911and follow up with an email to our investigator. It is well documented that acts of violence against animals, any animal, can be warning signs of future acts of violence against humans!
- Be a role model for responsible pet ownership and follow your city’s animal ordinances (which can be located on your city’s website).
- Be a voice for animals! Get involved in the lawmaking process and ask your elected officials to support laws that seek to protect animals.
To support efforts to help the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. stop animal cruelty, please make a donation!