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Love is in the air at the County animal shelters

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Those looking for love may just find it in February at the San Bernardino County Animal Shelter. San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control (ACC) is hosting the Furever Yours Pet Adoption Event Feb.8 -14, 2014. There will be low-cost pet adoptions of $25 for dogs and $17 for cats limited to the first 100 adoptions. There is a limit of two adoptions per family. Licensing fees for the pets will vary depending on the adopter’s city of residence.

The “Animals aRe First Fund” (ARFF), a local non-profit charitable organization that assists stray animals in San Bernardino County, will be paying for the spay or neuter fees for the first 100 adoptions at San Bernardino County operated animal shelters.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to match pets that need loving homes with people who will love them ‘furever,’” said Brian Cronin, Chief of San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control.

Animals can be adopted from the following San Bernardino County shelters:

The Devore Animal Shelter, located at 19777 Shelter Way, San Bernardino, (909) 386-9820 or the Big Bear Animal Shelter located at 42080 Northshore Drive, Big Bear City, (909) 866-4943. For more information about the Furever Yours Pet Adoption Event, please call San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control at 1-800-472-5609.

Pets of the Week are ready for new homes!

If you are interested in adopting a pet, the Devore Animal Shelter is located at 19777 Shelter Way in San Bernardino. Hours for the shelter are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.  For more information please call (909) 386-9820 or visit our website for lost and adoptable pets at www.sbcounty.gov/acc. We accept cash, VISA and MasterCard. Also visit the Facebook page for Animal Care and Control’s Homeward Bound pets at http://www.facebook.com/HomewardBoundPets#!/HomewardBoundPets.

 

Didn't get the puppy you wanted this holiday season? Then you should come by the Devore Animal Shelter and meet Cornelias. He is a 4-month-old, brown and white Chihuahua mix puppy. He is looking for someone to provide a loving home. Adopting Cornelias would make anyone's holidays complete. His ID# is A581918.

Didn’t get the puppy you wanted this holiday season? Then you should come by the Devore Animal Shelter and meet Cornelias. He is a 4-month-old, brown and white Chihuahua mix puppy. He is looking for someone to provide a loving home. Adopting Cornelias would make anyone’s holidays complete. His ID# is A581918.

Did you dream of Sugar Plum’s dancing in your head this holiday season? Well, there’s no need to dream anymore…We have a sweet 9-week-old female, black Chow Chow mix named Sugarplum at the Devore Animal Shelter. She is looking for someone to adopt her and celebrate many holidays together in the coming years. Sugarplum is a precious little treat that will make any home sweet! Her ID# is A582035.

 

Cindy Lou is good at making friends. She can melt the heart of any holiday Grinch. Cindy Lou is a 9-week-old, black Chow Chow mix puppy. She is a loveable, friendly pup that will turn any frown upside down. Come visit Cindy Lou at the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A582036.

Cindy Lou is good at making friends. She can melt the heart of any holiday Grinch. Cindy Lou is a 9-week-old, black Chow Chow mix puppy. She is a loveable, friendly pup that will turn any frown upside down. Come visit Cindy Lou at the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A582036.

We’ve had many Chow Chow friends this week that need a loving home. If you missed your chance to adopt one of them, then you are in luck. Holly Berry is at the Devore Animal Shelter and needs a home. She is a precious 9-week-old, brown Chow Chow mix puppy. Come down to Devore to adopt little Holly Berry. Her ID# A582034.

 

Noel shines as bright as the north star on a clear winter night.  She truly is a delight!  A 4 year-old, black and white Spaniel mix that will make any family complete.  Visit Noel at the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A582031.

Noel shines as bright as the north star on a clear winter night. She truly is a delight! A 4 year-old, black and white Spaniel mix that will make any family complete. Visit Noel at the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A582031.

 

 

Pets of the week are ready for new homes

If you are interested in adopting a pet, the Devore Animal Shelter is located at 19777 Shelter Way in San Bernardino, CA. Hours for the shelter are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.  For more information please call (909) 386-9820 or visit our website for lost and adoptable pets at www.sbcounty.gov/acc. We accept cash, VISA and MasterCard. Also visit the Facebook page for Animal Care and Control’s Homeward Bound pets at  https://www.facebook.com/HomewardBoundPets#!/HomewardBoundPets.

Anyone who looks into my big brown eyes will quickly become hypnotized with love. My name is Solstice and I am a 5-month-old female black and tan German Shepherd. I am available for adoption now. Just visit the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A577945.

Anyone who looks into my big brown eyes will quickly become hypnotized with love. My name is Solstice and I am a 5-month-old female black and tan German Shepherd. I am available for adoption now. Just visit the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A577945.

I love to watch my friends run and play; I often think to myself hopefully I will be adopted someday.  I am a loving little 1-year-old male red Terrier mix they call Grimore and I will be waiting for you to come and adopt me!  My ID# is A577965.

I love to watch my friends run and play; I often think to myself hopefully I will be adopted someday. I am a loving little 1-year-old male red Terrier mix they call Grimore and I will be waiting for you to come and adopt me! My ID# is A577965.

I may be small, but I am big on love and have plenty to give. My name is Samhain and I am an 18-month-old male chocolate Chihuhua mix. Adopt me and take me home; I promise to love you forever. My ID is A577976.

I may be small, but I am big on love and have plenty to give. My name is Samhain and I am an 18-month-old male chocolate Chihuhua mix. Adopt me and take me home; I promise to love you forever. My ID is A577976.

They call me Ritual, maybe it's because every day I stand tall looking out for you! I know one day soon you will come and rescue me. Until that day comes, I will stand here and wait for you. I am a 1 year old female tan Lhasa Apso mix. Ask for ID# A577870.

They call me Ritual, maybe it’s because every day I stand tall looking out for you! I know one day soon you will come and rescue me. Until that day comes, I will stand here and wait for you. I am a 1 year old female tan Lhasa Apso mix. Ask for ID# A577870.

I’m a fun 18-month-old female white Dalmatian mix they call VooDoo. I am looking for someone to take me in.  I would love to become a part of your home; just visit the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A578017.

I’m a fun 18-month-old female white Dalmatian mix they call VooDoo. I am looking for someone to take me in. I would love to become a part of your home; just visit the Devore Animal Shelter and ask for ID# A578017.

Free pet adoptions for veterans during Veterans Day week

Veterans Day Pets to VetsSan Bernardino County Animal Care and Control (ACC) will recognize U.S. veterans with free pet adoptions Nov.  9-17, 2013. Veterans can adopt dogs and cats from one of the County’s animal shelter facilities located in Devore or Big Bear Lake through the shelter’s “Pets to Vets.” The outreach is part of the County’s ongoing effort to place homeless pets with loving families.  On Saturday, November 9, ACC will place up to 250 dogs or cats free of charge to qualified U.S. military veterans.  There is a limit of 2 adoptions per qualified veteran.

 The “Animals aRe First Fund” (ARFF), a local non-profit charitable organization that assists stray animals in San Bernardino County, will be paying for the vaccination, adoption and the spay or neuter fees for the first 250 adoptions made to qualified military veterans at San Bernardino County operated animal shelters. 

 “This is a wonderful opportunity to match pets that need homes with deserving military veterans who would appreciate companionship,” said Brian Cronin, Chief of San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control.

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