Adopt

We have all potential adopters fill out an adoption application to be reviewed prior to adoption. To speed up your adoption process, you are welcome to follow the links below to view our pets online and print an adoption application to fill out before you come in.

If your new pet does not end up to be the perfect match for your home, we do have a 30-day one-time exchange policy where you can bring the pet back to our shelter and exchange them for a different pet that will work out better for your family.  We want to make sure that both you and our pets find the right fit.

 

Dog Adoption

 

If you are adopting a dog, we also encourage you to bring any existing dogs in the home with you to meet the new addition before they go home.

We have a private Meet and Greet room available for the dogs to get to know each other on neutral ground to ensure they get along. Please make sure your dog(s) is leashed, per our policy. If you are adopting a new friend, feel free to bring a leash or we can provide a standard nylon leash for free.

P: (559) 233-8717
E: [email protected]

Dogs

$175

Includes spay or neuter, DA2PPv, Rabies, and Bordetella vaccinations, de-worm, flea treatments, and microchip I.D.

Puppies

$175

Includes spay or neuter, de-worm, flea treatments, microchip I.D., and DA2PPv, Rabies, and Bordetella vaccinations (depending on age).

Cat Adoption

If you are adopting a cat, you will need to provide a carrier to take home your new furry friend in. We have cardboard carriers available at our adoption center for $5.

P: (559) 233-8554
E: [email protected]valleyanimal.org

Cats

$85

Includes spay or neuter, FIV and FeLV testing, FVRCP, Rabies and Leukemia vaccinations, de-worm, flea treatments, and microchip I.D.

Kittens

$85

Includes spay or neuter, FIV and FeLV testing, de-worm, flea treatments, and microchip I.D, and FVRCP, Rabies and Leukemia vaccinations (depending on age).

Find Your New Furry Best Friend!

Are you looking to adopt an animal? We have over 400 deserving cats and dogs in our shelter waiting for forever homes at any given time! The majority of our animals come to us from local animal control agencies where they are rescued from being euthanized.

Adopt a Dog

Adopt a Cat