Two-year-old Turbo is a red and white basset hound. His caretakers say he has a good personality, is good with other dogs and kids and would make an amazing pet. He knows basic commands and is housebroken. Turbo would need to be neutered before going to his “fur”ever home. His intake number is 36607. His reference picture number is 1579.
Lady is a one-year-old domestic short hair. Her caretakers say she is a sweet girl who enjoys sun bathing by a window. Lady is litter-box trained and good with cats and older kids. She needs to be spayed before going to her “fur”ever home. Her intake number is 366722. Her reference picture number is 1623.
All dog and cat adoption fees include a microchip, basic shelter vaccines (excluding rabies) and a free veterinarian check-up. All cats/kittens, pit bulls and Chihuahua adoptions are just $5 (spay/neuter fees, if applicable, are additional).
To adopt either of these pets, contact Animal Friends of the Valleys (AFV) at 951-674-0618. The shelter is located at 33751 Mission Trail in Wildomar. Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The shelter offers animals for adoption as well as providing animal control and spay/neuter services.
- AFV has a spay and neuter clinic and also offers vaccinations and microchip implants at the old shelter location, 29001 Bastron Ave. in Lake Elsinore. It’s open Mondays and Thursdays only. For an appointment, call 951-674-7729 (SPAY) or 951-374-3491.
- Residents can help save animals that would otherwise be put down by providing temporary housing through AFV’s foster program.
Visit animalfriendsofthevalleys.com to view available animals, for more information or to make a gift that can be designated for litter or canned wet food with a personal note in the section provided, or call 951-471-8344.