In the Kennels
On Adoption Row
Past Adoption Rows
Links:Local Animal Shelters
April 20: An investigation will take place into the conditions at Hesperia Animal Control. This afternoon, the facility had an emergency closure when a veterinarian was called to the facility to PTS about 70 animals. Overcrowding from a policy change caused an outbreak of illness, and a danger to both dogs and kennel workers, who were forced to double up dogs.
If you have adopted a dog that became sick, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a rescue, please ask about the level of disease prior to rescuing any animals.
We are disheartened to announce that due to changes at Hesperia Animal Control, we will no longer provide photos and data for impounded dogs or those up for adoption. We hope the situation changes, in which case we will resume our service. We want to thank our users, who have worked to return dogs to owners and find homes for those left unclaimed.
Apr 2, 2007 Claim before 4/08/07
Mar 29, 2007 Claim before 4/03/07
Mar 26, 2007 Claim before 3/30/07
Mar 23, 2007 Claim before 3/29/07
Mar 19, 2007 Claim before 3/23/07
Mar 15, 2007 Claim before 3/23/07
Mar 12, 2007 Claim before 3/16/07
Mar 8, 2007 Claim before 3/14/07
Mar 5, 2007 Claim before 3/09/07
Mar 1, 2007 Claim before 3/07/07
May 24, 2005 Page 1 Desert Tortoise & Rosey Boa
March 11, 2005 Page 1 Cockatiel, Parakeet, and Rabbit
October 20, 2004 Page1 Potbellied pig
July 26, 2004 Page 1 Parrot, Grey Green Conier
July 8, 2004 Page 1 Peacock
June 28, 2004 Page 1 Golden Eagle
| Pets pictured on these pages were in the kennels as of the dates above. If your pet is in these pictures, immediately call 760-947-1700 and retrieve your pet.
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|| This site is to assist searching for a lost dog or cat in the local area. Although virtually all found dogs and cats are pictured, a very few pets may not. Please go to shelters in person to locate a pet. Animal Control may not hold your pet longer than the normal holding period of three working days. Although pictured here on a specific date, that may not be the date the pet was brought in and it may be the pet's last day.
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