Pet Rehoming

A TRUSTED GUIDE TO HELP YOUR DOG STAY AT HOME – AND OUT OF THE SHELTER

For many people, surrendering a pet can be emotionally upsetting. The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. staff recognizes that this is a very difficult time. Please learn more about our Home To Home™ direct-to-adopter program below to re-home your pet without having to bring your animal to the shelter.

A TRUSTED GUIDE TO HELP YOUR DOG STAY AT HOME – AND OUT OF THE SHELTER

We want to help you in every way we can to keep your dog in your home. Our advanced training partner, GoodPup, can help resolve behavior issues, provide understanding, support, and a plan to keep your dog a happy member of your family. Please contact GoodPup before making an appointment to surrender. We’ve seen some amazing transformations happen and we hope you’ll give GoodPup a try.

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Find your pet a new, loving home with
Home-To-Home™

Home To Home™ is a unique, direct-to-adopter tool for pet guardians looking to re-home their animals. In just a few simple steps, pets can find a loving new home without ever seeing the inside of a shelter, allowing them to transition from one home straight into another. 

Home To Home™ is free to use for both guardians and adopters, and gives animals needing a new home the best of both worlds: their current guardian can find the best fit, and their adopter can learn all about their personality and preferences first-hand, by directly speaking to the current pet owner. It’s a win-win for all!

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resources to help keep your pet with you

If you are not able to use the Home To Home™  program or find friends or family members to take in your pet, please follow the steps below before contacting us. We first encourage you to consult your veterinarian for behavioral or health concerns prior to relinquishing your pet.

your home or your pet?

The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. may be able to help you keep your pet at home or there may be alternative re-homing options available to you. Please consider the following alternatives before surrendering your pet. What challenges are you facing with your pet? Our Organization can help with many of your pet’s basic needs including behavior assistance, food and other supplies, medical and spay/neuter services. Please contact us or visit the shelter to see what resources we can provide.

rescue groups to help rehome your pet

Rescue groups are a great alternative before surrendering your pet to us. We recommend researching any rescue group prior to surrendering your pet to them.

view our SHELTER partners online download our list of SHELTER partners

tried all of the above?

If you need to surrender your pet, you must make an appointment by filling out an Animal Relinquishment Form. Owned pets are taken into the shelter on a case-by-case basis, and all efforts are made to work with owners with extenuating circumstances.

Please be aware that we can only provide rehoming services for pets in our service areas: ChinoChino HillsClaremontCovinaDiamond BarGlendora, La Habra, La VerneMontclairOntarioPomonaSan Dimas, and the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County; including West End, San Antonio Heights and Mt. Baldy.