Valley Oak SPCA will strengthen and celebrate the bond between people and pets by promoting the health, welfare and humane treatment of animals. We will educate and engage our community in responsible pet care and ownership including the importance of spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations. Valley Oak SPCA will build a new Adoption and Education Center to save more lives, treat more illness and provide much needed education.
Valley Oak SPCA is committed to placing healthy pets with good temperaments into loving homes where they will receive life-long care. We expect responsible pet guardianship from adopters so that sharing life with a companion animal will be an enjoyable, rewarding experience for both person and pet.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Valley Oak SPCA Adoption & Education Center: 29010 Highway 99, Visalia (1 mile north of Caldwell/Ave 280) on the frontage road. Hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday 12:00pm-6:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm. (Closed Tuesday and Wednesday).
PetSmart in Visalia, Porterville and Bakersfield - cats & kittens for adoption - M-S, 9am-9pm; Sun, 9am-7pm
Mobile pet adoptions are also held at a variety of community events throughout the year. Please visit us online at: www.vospca.org for a listing of events we will be participating in.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fee Dogs: $150 (Adoption fee for previously altered dogs: $75) This fee includes: Spay or neuter Microchip DHLPP vaccination Rabies vaccination Wellness veterinary exam
Adoption Fee Cats: $75 (Adoption fee for previously altered cats: $40) This fee includes: Spay or neuter Microchip FVRCP vaccination Rabies vaccination Wellness veterinary exam
Pets for Seniors program: for those age 55 years or better that wish to adopt. $25 cats, $65 dogs - on animals that arrive at our shelter already spayed or neutered. $60 cats, $125 dogs - on animals that we spay or neuter.
Adopters are responsible for licensing according to their city/county.
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