So take a good look. While there were originally more than 450 animals at the Apple Valley Animal Shelter, there are now only a few dozen.
To make it easier to find your pet if it is ever lost, it is very important that your animal always wears identification and that dogs have a current license. You may also want to consider getting your pet microchipped to permanently identify your animal. The cost is $20.00 at the Apple Valley Animal Shelter and includes lifetime registration.
APPLE VALLEY, CA – The Town of Apple Valley is hosting a Grand Opening for its brand-new, state-of-the-art Animal Shelter on Saturday, May 8, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at 22131 Powhatan Road. The opening will be recognized as part of an annual event sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
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Richard Marx stated in a post on Facebook that he offered to foster four innocent puppies this morning after the HIGH KILL shelter in Apple Valley, CA scheduled them to die. Within an hour the puppies were killed, despite having the option to spare them. Richard Marxs' post also states "Apple Valley kills dogs for TIME not space. Nothing short of murder". Please join me in urging Apple Valley, CA Mayor Larry Cusack to either shut down this shelter or conduct a full scale investigation, immediately. We understand shutting down the facility may not be possible due to the continued intaking of animals, that should have no bearing on a full scale investigation done immediately!Apple Valley, CA – August 18, 2016: While the Bluecut Fire raced toward the High Desert and Wrightwood areas, the staff and volunteers at the Town of Apple Valley Municipal Animal Shelter opened its doors to more than 400 displaced animals.Wald, Ruhnke & Dost Architects was retained by the town of Apple Valley to design a new shelter to replace the existing facilities for Apple Valley Municipal Animal Shelter.
The new 36,000-square-foot shelter was designed to accommodate the shelter, shelter staff, animal control, and code enforcement. The new single-story building incorporates many concepts of sustainable design, including day lighting, low VOC paints and sealants, a cool roof, provisions for using gray water for irrigation and the use of native drought-tolerant landscaping. This shelter also utilizes radiant heating in the kennel floors for the comfort of the animals and has a light, open mall feel to present the animals to the public for adoption. Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations 13643 Tonikan Road Apple Valley, CA 92307
Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations 20601 Hwy. 18 #156 Apple Valley, CA 92307