An Adoption Center saves all healthy and treatable stray and surrendered animals in each community (i.e. at least 90% of the community’s animals)
Together, the Inland Valley Humane & SPCA along with our coalition of rescue partners and sister shelter has been working towards “Getting to Zero,” a movement to eliminate the need for unnecessary euthanasia of homeless pets in our community. IVHS & SPCA has committed to working together to transfer homeless pets between organizations and find solutions for each individual animal. We are on target for achieving that goal by 2020, Getting to Zero will be achieved, meaning for the first time in our history, no animal will be euthanized for space or time.
Did you know that the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA 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 the PetSmart at the The Heights at West Covina (beginning August 30), 2350 S Azusa Ave, West Covina, CA 91792, Petco in San Dimas located at 822 W Arrow Hwy, San Dimas, CA 91773, the PetSmart in Ontario located at 4120 E 4th St, Ontario, CA 91764 & the PetSmart in Chino located at 11945 Central Ave, Chino, CA 91710 to help find them new homes.