San Bernardino Animal Shelter - Available dogs as of 2/27/2015

Five dogs share one kennel at the San Bernardino animal shelter because there is not enough space.
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DEVORE >> Officials at the already crowded San Bernardino County Animal Shelter, which just accepted 55 cats and dogs from an animal abuse case, are worried it won’t be able to handle the influx of animals that arrive each year after local fireworks shows.
At the San Bernardino County animal shelter located in Devore there are 37 dogs, 2 rabbits, and a guinea pig available.
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The Helping Every Animal League received $50,000 from the Heigl Foundation to help reduce the overpopulation of dogs. The Heigl Foundation addresses pet overpopulation and calls attention to inhumane treatment of animals. The animal league has provided cat dishes, beds and appliances for the San Bernardino animal shelter and pays for vaccinations for its dogs. The dogs are available to adopters and rescues at the Devore Animal Shelter at 19777 Shelter Way, San Bernardino.
Photo provided by FlickrThe City of San Bernardino Animal Control Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens to adopt.
Photo provided by FlickrAnimal Adoption: The San Bernardino County Animal shelter has various ages of dogs and cats available for adop- tion each day. In addition, members of the.
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We are a government owned, open admission, animal shelter facility servicing the Town of Yucca Valley, as well as surrounding communities within the Morongo Basin. We are located in the Hi-Desert, approximately 30 minutes north of Palm Springs. We take in stray and unwanted animals relinquished by citizens. In addition, we serve as a holding facility for animals impounded by Yucca Valley and San Bernardino County Animal Control. We are equipped to house dogs, cats, small livestock and other exotic pets.San Bernardino County animal control officers received a call about abandoned animals at a Highland home and left a notice Sunday for the owner to contact them, officials said. When the owner did not respond, the dogs were removed the next day and taken to the Devore Animal Shelter.Activists have linked the deaths of at least 80 dogs to a distemper outbreak at the city animal shelter in San Bernardino, and one employee is concerned the viral illness is not being properly contained. Kacey Montoya reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Feb. 2, 2017.Nearly 200 dogs that have been at the San Bernardino County Animal Shelter in Devore as part of an animal cruelty, neglect and abandonment investigation will be available for adoption beginning Monday, Feb. 23, 2015. Some of the dogs will be taken to the Upland Animal Shelter, Rancho Cucamonga Animal Shelter and Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA in Pomona.When the dogs arrived at the shelter, Greg Beck, program manager for San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control, said that they were dirty but that, "at this point in time, we haven't seen any signs of cruelty and neglect."San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control (ACC) will host a two day adoption event at its shelter in Devore on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13-14. The event is part of the shelter’s Homeward Bound Project Adopt Campaign. The adoption fees for the weekend will be $25 for dogs and $17 for cats which includes a microchip and spay/neuter fee for each pet. The fee does not include the cost of a dog license and there is a limit of two adoptions per family. The shelter also has two chickens and more than two dozen rabbits (adoption fee for chickens and rabbits is $5 each)