Providing the best possible care to your animal will insure it lives a long prosperous life that can be enjoyed by all. Being a responsible pet owner involves substantial time, effort, and responsibility. Be sure to fully evaluate your ability to provide a pet with all that is necessary before making that leap to adopt. Some animals require more time and energy than others, but in all cases be prepared to provide the animal with the following:
- Access to food and based on dietary need;
- Access to water and shelter at all times (they need water just like us and they need to escape from the hot and cold temperatures of the High Desert);
- Affection and attention, including toys used to enrich their lives while you may be away; and, most importantly,
- Unconditional love!
To request to have one of your Animal Care and Control officers come to your school or educational program, complete the public education request form.
Free Spay & Neuter Clinics
Check back for more clinics soon.
We are always looking for ways to improve upon the services we provide. If you have suggestions, email us.
Victorville Animal Care and Control does not accept volunteers at this time, but VVAPL Humane Society is always in need of loving and compassionate helping hands. If you are interested in helping out this excellent organization, check out their website and call them at (760) 247-2102.
Low Cost Vaccination Clinics
We offer low cost vaccinations twice annually, typically in April and October. Get more information on the next vaccination clinic. If you cannot make it to one of ours, VVAPL Humane Society also offers low cost vaccinations every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.