The shelter, in this past year alone, has assisted in the placement of over 1250 animals in need of a home. This amazing number does not include all of the animals reunited with their owners, officials said.
“We are more than excited to celebrate this milestone and all of the adoptions we have seen in the past year,” said Support Services Manager Lisa Lorton. “We’re looking forward to pairing, even more animals with families in our community in years to come.”
The shelter is located at 1330 Magnolia Avenue in the City of Corona. If you need additional information you should call (951)-736-2309. Dog licensing fees are not included in the $20 adoption fee.
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