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Hundreds of dogs and cats to be available at Mega Pet Adoption Event

dogsadoptionHundreds of pets in need of loving homes will be available for adoption during the Mega Pet Adoption Event June 28 and 29 at Yucaipa Regional Park. Animal rescue groups from throughout the county will have dogs and cats of all ages, sizes and breeds available for adoption at the two day event. Low-cost vaccinations and micro chipping will be available from 10 am to 2 pm each day. Admission is free to the public; gates will be open from 10 am until 4 pm. Parking for the event will be at the Rick McCown Soccer Complex, which is directly adjacent to the area within Yucaipa Regional Park. The Soccer Complex has a distinct separate entrance from the park.

The annual event, now in its third year, is the result of the County of San Bernardino Animal Care and Control (ACC) Division’s partnership with the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley (HSSBV) and Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS).

“The Homeward Bound Mega Pet Adoption Event assists in meeting the health and social services needs of the County’s population and supports the Countywide Vision Statement where all sectors work collaboratively to reach shared goals,” said Brian Cronin, Chief Animal Care and Control. “By building new and expanding existing partnerships among public agencies, businesses, and non-profit and faith based organizations.”

Vendors and animal rescue groups interested in participating should contact Dale Parker dparker@dph.sbcounty.gov, or by calling 1-800-472-5609. Participation is limited and will be filled on a first come basis.

4 thoughts on "Hundreds of dogs and cats to be available at Mega Pet Adoption Event"

  1. I have a beautiful and shy Pitt bull in need of a home. I think age is 2 years old. She has found her way here in my home in Beaumont, CA. My phone number is xxx-xxx-xxxx.
    Foster person,
    Kathy

    1. Hi Kathleen, you should contact Riverside County Animal Control at http://www.rcdas.org/ since you are in that jurisdiction. Good luck with the dog!

  2. Russell says:

    Please we need help we are in ,yucaipa we have approximately 20 cats that need spayed and neutered and rescued im not working due to neck injury struggling to feed them all ,around 7 kittens and many adults cats most are male and 1 or more pregnant moms 1 bag of dry cat food 44lbs in a week and when i can i get them wet food . I like cats and will protect them best i can but i have no income. So i need a home fore all but 3- 4. That i can handle no problem , if you can rescue them or help me find a place to take them in A NON KILL i will catch and bring them to any place that can help willing to travel 50-60 miles from my home if needed .need direction Please
    Russell… 951-275-3715

    1. Thank you for contacting the County of San Bernardino regarding your inquiry as to a “No-Kill Shelter” that may be able to assist you in the placement of adoptable cats. Locally, in the City of Yucaipa, the Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) operates a “No-Kill” shelter in your community. YAPS can be reached by calling 909-790-1440. If you should have any questions regarding this response, please feel free to call our County’s Animal Care and Control Division at 1-800-472-5609.

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