Animal Services - City of Moreno Valley

Search for adoptable pets at Moreno Valley Animal Shelter and adopt your new Dogs.
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Margret Linne, animal rescue coordinator for Moreno Valley Animal Shelter, looks at the paperwork of a dog at the shelter on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. Moreno Valley's Animal Shelter says it has made progress in increasing pet adoptions by hiring a staff member tasked with working with animal rescue groups. Still, it faces critics including a lawsuit from some who believe it can do more.
Sep 1, 2016 - The Moreno Valley Animal Shelter is offering a Labor Day pet adoption special
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Fries said the shelter also works with rescue groups, including the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center in Riverside, to increase adoptions and reduce euthanasia. The Mary S. Roberts center is a no-kill shelter that takes in healthy, adoptable pets from other organizations and agencies, including the Moreno Valley shelter. Moreno Valley animal shelter with Linda Blair during pet adoptions..saving lives one pet at a time.
Photo provided by Flickrto reclaim lost pets can be found at the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter's website.
Photo provided by Flickr04/20/17, Moreno Valley Animal Shelter to Hold Earth Day Pet Adoption Event.
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The Moreno Valley Animal Shelter is offering free spay and neuter services for dogs and cats, with vouchers distributed to Moreno Valley residents on a first come, first serve basis at the Shelter. In the City of Moreno Valley, pet owners are required to spay and neuter their dogs and cats. This free spay and neuter program will help residents comply with the requirement and become a part of the ongoing effort to reduce pet overpopulation. Fridays in November are special for cats and kittens at the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter. A special adoption event for cats and kittens at the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter offers a large adoption rate discount as part of the Blue Buffalo “Home 4 the Holidays” Pet Adoption Event sponsored by Blue Buffalo and the Helen Woodward Animal Center. The Animal Shelter is located at 14041 Elsworth Street. Altering pets provides several positive impacts to individual households as well as the community by reducing the number of unwanted litters, increasing the health of pets as medical evidence suggests, and helping to limit the number of pets at the Animal Shelter. Free spay and neuter vouchers can be redeemed by City of Moreno Valley residents with proof of residency such as a valid ID that reflects a current address or a copy of a current utility bill. Qualifying dogs and cats must be 4 months or older and in good health. Pets currently impounded at the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter are not eligible. The Moreno Valley Animal Shelter is one of more than 3,500 pet adoption agencies, facilities and rescue-groups, participating in this three month long pet adoption event. Home 4 The Holidays pet adoption campaign has become the largest annual pet adoption campaign. Since its inception in 1999, more than 9 million pets have been saved.Blue Buffalo Home 4 the Holidays is a three-month adoption campaign from October 1, 2014 to January 2, 2015 designed to save the lives of orphaned pets and raise awareness about the importance of pet adoption during this holiday season. The Blue Buffalo Home 4 the Holidays campaign is working to educate the public about the importance of choosing pet adoption over other pet finding options. There are many deserving pets at the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter looking for their new life long loving home. Residents who lost pets can visit the or to see if their pet has been taken to the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter. Found pets can be brought to the Animal Shelter to be scanned for a microchip, which will assist shelter staff in locating the owner.