Adoptions

You Can’t Buy Love. But You Can Adopt It.

To our supporters: Like all of you, we are taking every step necessary to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Along with following the Center of Disease Control’s (CDC) guidelines on how to prevent the spread of the virus, we urge all of our supporters to adhere to these guidelines as well.

IS A NEW PET RIGHT FOR ME?

If you wish to Adopt…

We offer Pet Adoption or Foster-to-Hold (fostering one of our long-term available pets in the comfort of your home until they can find a permanent family). All Adoptions/Fosters will now be handled in-person. We invite anyone interested in adopting/fostering a pet, to click the link below to view the animals currently in our care.  You can also see additional pets available for adoption in our community via Home To Home™, an IVHS animal re-homing partner (click the Home To Home™ tab below to learn more). 

Prior to adopting an available pet, please fill out the corresponding adoption questionnaire:

Dog Placement Questionnaire

Cat Placement Questionnaire

Small Animal Questionnaire 

The questionnaires will better assist our Adoption Counselors in making the best match for you and the animals.

*Please note: All pets are on a temporary stray-hold period before becoming available for adoption to allow pet owners to reunite with lost pets. Animals with no identification remain on hold for 3 days and animals with any identification (ID tag, microchip, etc.) remain on hold for 5 days.**

If you wish to Foster a shelter pet…

If you are interested in fostering a pet that qualifies for our Foster-to-Hold program, complete a Foster-to-Hold Application. Pets that fall in this category are pets that have been in our care longer than 2 weeks. 

Because animals are adopted every day on a first come, first serve basis, the one you may be interested in may or may not be available upon your arrival. This gallery is updated regularly in order to keep it current with new arrivals and adopted or redeemed pets. We encourage our community to consider fostering a pet they find, so that we can maintain room at the shelter for animals in need. If you choose to foster a found pet, an IVHS officer will come photograph the pet to add them to our Available Pets Page.

View Pets 

 

Please be advised that some of these pets may be new to IVHS and not available for adoption yet. If you find a pet that you are interested in, please be aware that we do not place holds on pets. All adoptions are handled on a first come, first serve basis. Available dates are for the general public and rescue dates are for our rescue partners. If you are missing a pet and believe your pet is in our care after viewing our pets online, please fill out this form.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL PETS IN OUR CARE ARE CURRENTLY PHOTOGRAPHED AND POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE. If you are missing your pet, please see if your pet is in our care by clicking “VIEW PETS” above. If your pet is in our care, click below to redeem your pet. 

Click here to redeem your pet

Did you know that the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. has remote adoption centers for cats? Not only do we take our pups to adoption fairs throughout the cities we serve, but our cats have taken up residence at:

Petco in San Dimas located at 822 W Arrow Hwy, San Dimas, CA 91773

PetSmart at the The Heights at West Covina, 2350 S Azusa Ave, West Covina, CA 91792

PetSmart in Ontario located at 4120 E 4th St, Ontario, CA 91764

PetSmart in Chino located at 11945 Central Ave, Chino, CA 91710

PetSmart in Chino Hills located at 13001 Peyton Dr, Chino Hills, CA 91709

The Inland Valley Humane Society’s mission is to place all adoptable animals into permanent, loving homes. Here are a few simple but necessary steps to adopt a pet at the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A.