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At the San Bernardino County animal shelter located in Devore there are 37 dogs, 2 rabbits, and a guinea pig available.
San Bernardino County Animal Shelters in Devore and Big Bear will be a part of Clear the Shelters, a nationwide campaign to find loving homes for dogs and cats. Participating animal shelters across the country will have reduced adoption fees on August 15 in an effort to increase pet adoptions.
The San Bernardino County shelter in Devore at 19777 Shelter Way in San Bernardino and in Big Bear at the Northshore Road/Stanfield Cutoff will have $20 adoption fees for dogs and $10 adoption fees for cats. Animals aRe First Fund will cover remaining adoption cost, spay or neuter, microchip, and initial vaccinations for each dog or cat adopted. Licensing fees will vary based on the adopter’s city of residence and each new adopter will be responsible for the licensing fees.
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Humane Officers at The Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley respond to complaints relating to lack of food, water, shelter, and veterinary care far too often. Some times educating the owners is sufficient, but there are times when an animal has to be taken into protective custody due to the owner’s negligence or unwillingness to provide the four basic needs. When this happens owners can face cruelty or neglect charges against them as well as being held responsible for any medical bills and impound fees resulting in the care provided to the animals they have neglected.Animal Care and Control will host a week-long pet adoption event at its shelters in Devore and Big Bear. The Furever Yours pet adoption event will run Feb. 12 to 18. The Animals aRe First Fund (ARFF), a local non-profit charitable organization that assists animals in County of San Bernardino Animal Shelters, is sponsoring the event.NBC4 Southern California and Telemundo 52 teamed up with nearly 50 animal shelters in more than 400 cities and regions throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties on a first-of-its-kind pet adoption initiative.The company’s employees, wearing black “Amazon cares” T-shirts, brought about $22,000 worth of pet food, treats, toys and other supplies to the San Bernardino Animal Shelter, at 333 Chandler Place in San Bernardino.