Fresno Humane Animal Services was founded by a group of like-minded individuals with decades of experience in animal welfare. Our organization includes top-notch veterinarians, local animal rescue representatives, and seasoned animal control professionals--all working together with a common purpose. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for Fresno County's animals by providing a full range of progressive animal control services. We believe in a forward-thinking approach to animal control with a focus on education, animal reunification, adoption, as well as community safety. We work hard every day to protect the public, to educate and assist our community's pet owners, and to save as many lives as possible. Together we will build a shelter that is a true safety-net for Fresno County's homeless pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Fresno Humane is open to the public;
760 W Nielsen Ave Fresno CA 93706
Corner of Nielsen and Teilman
Monday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Sunday Closed
Our Adoption Process...
Healthy dogs will be made available to the public for adoption after serving a state-mandated stray hold. Adoptable pets can be viewed on our Adopt page, as well as Petfinder, Adopt-a-Pet, and Petango. To apply for a specific animal, fill out a Pet Request form or visit the F.H.A.S. shelter Monday – Friday (10:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.) or Saturdays (10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.).
Spay or neuter surgery
Parvo/distemper vaccine. Kitties get RCP
Bordatella vaccine (dog only)
Rabies vaccine (dogs 4 months and older)
Free Health Exam
*Dogs residing within the County jurisdiction are required to be licensed for an additional $4.00 upon adoption.
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