Pet Food

Pet Food

Provider: PASADENA HUMANE SOCIETY AND SPCA

The organization provides animal services for the communities of Altadena, Arcadia, Bradbury, Glendale, La Canada/Flintridge, La Crescenta, Monrovia, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. Services include adoption, animal control, dead animal pick up, dog obedience classes, euthanasia services, feral cat management services, licenses, lost and found, neuter/spay services, pet assisted therapy, pet food, rabies vaccinations, animal rescue, shelters, and wildlife rescue/relocation.

The pet visitation program is for people in long and short term residential care settings in the San Gabriel Valley and provides for them a visit from a pet they can hold, pet and talk to. Animals are selected and trained for the program according to their disposition and behavior.

The Feral Cat TNR program provides free spay/neuter, vaccinations and eartipping. Traps are available for a fee with a refundable deposit when the trap is returned.

The rabies and other vaccinations and microchipping are provided at the Vaccine and Microchip Clinic. All dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier. The low cost vaccination clinic is on a first come, first serve walk in clinic basis and is available Wednesdays and Saturdays.

The public low cost spay/neuter program is by appointment only and is available Tuesday through Saturday.

The Helping Paws program provides assistance for people with pets in need of food, wellness services, supplies and crisis planning who live in the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA's service area. First-time individuals fill out an application which asks if the pet is vaccinated, spayed/neutered and microchipped, if they are not, there is assistance for getting these services. The Pet Food Bank is available the first Saturday of every month and individuals get a one month supply of food for their pet.

Also provided are children's programs and humane education programs. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call or visit the agency/s web site for animal adoption services. Some services are available by appointment only. To be eligible to adopt an animal, people must be age 18 or older. Call or visit the agency's web site for other services. For the spay/neuter services, the feral cat program call or email at snip@pasadenahumane.org for an appointment. Call or email at wellness@pasadenahumane.org for more information about the vaccination and wellness clinic. Call or visit the agency's web site for information about the Helping Paws program. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees for adopting a dog is $120, a cat is $70 (2 cats for $85) and a rabbit is $30. All animals adopted are sterilized before released. There are no fees for pet visitation services. There is an impound fee for lost pets based on their city of residence and additional fees for those pets found without the proper licenses. Fees for the spay/neuter vary depending on the animal. There are fixed fees for the rabies vaccination. There are no fees for the feral cat program spay/neuter, vaccination and eartipping. There are fixed fees for dog boarding services.
Service Condition Fee

Free

Free

Address

361 S. Raymond Ave.

Pasadena , CA 91105 (Physical)

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Service hours
Distribution for pet food is the First Saturday of every month, 10:30am to 12:30pm.

Service/Intake

(626) 792-7151

FAX

(626) 792-3810

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