AFV is committed to finding good homes
for the many animals that pass through our shelter each year. Our highly
successful adoption program includes mandatory spay and neuter requirements.
Adopt an animal at the shelter Monday
through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Special adoption shows are held
every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at PETCO, 40474 Winchester in Temecula and
at the Dog Park Cafe, 31795 Rancho California Rd. in Temecula. Pet of the Week: Local newspapers
feature "Pet of the Week" photos every Thursday. Watch for adoptable pets
Monthly low-cost vaccination
clinics are sponsored by the shelter on the third Saturday of each month from
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The clinics are held at the Lake Elsinore City Park (near
the gazebo), located on the corner of Main St. and Limited Ave.
and cat licensing are also available at the shot clinics. (Bring spay/neuter and
rabies certificates if applicable). Contact AFV at 951-674-0618 if you have questions.
AFV recognizes the importance
of providing humane education to our community, especially our young people. Our
program emphasizes fostering humane attitudes toward all animals and our environment,
and promotes responsible animal care and animal safety. We offer free presentations
to schools and community groups and have educational materials and information
available to all. Please contact our humane educator at
Many animal lives are saved
each year by people like you who take shelter animals into their homes to care
for until they are adopted. Fostering frees up space in the shelter and gives
animals extra time to find their special homes. Puppies and kittens, as well as
adult animals, need foster homes. For information on becoming a foster parent,
call our foster program coordinator at 951-674-0618 or print out a foster parent
application and foster parent guidelines
AFV also helps our community by providing
Transportation and financial assistance to those needing
help with spaying or neutering their pet;
Animal licensing for
Canyon Lake, Menifee, Wildomar, Murrieta, and Temecula
dogs and Lake Elsinore dogs and cats
Emergency pet care information.
A microchip is a foolproof way of identifying
your pet. A microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains
a unique number which will identify him to shelters, veterinarians, and other
facilites that have microchip scanners. AFV provides microchipping for $20 (now
includes lifetime membership in Home Again) at the shelter and our monthly shot clinics.
AFV is a firm believer in humane euthanasia
for sick, elderly, and injured pets. When the time comes to say goodbye
to your pet, our caring staff will be here for you. (We will make special
arrangements for the handicapped or seniors who cannot come to the shelter.) We can also make arrangements to come to your home. Please call 951-674-0618 ext. 201 for more information.
Humane Euthanasia Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 10 a.m. / 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Please call the shelter to schedule in-home euthanasia.
We regularly take selected
animals to visit residents of senior communities in our area. The residents
enjoy visiting with the animals, and the animals enjoy themselves, too! If you
and your animal would like to participate, please call 951-471-8344 for more information.