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  • Addressing Questions and Concerns about the CCSPCA | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    lives in a responsible and humane way MISCONCEPTION We don t want legitimate pet placement partners to assist us in helping to find homes for unwanted pets Truth Every day the CCSPCA works with legitimate organizations frequently referred to as rescue groups which are defined as active status non profit or not for profit organizations with written proof of State of California Franchise Tax Board and or Federal Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service 501 c 3 status A note on families who surrender their animals A common assumption is that people who surrender their animals to the CCSPCA don t care about them In fact they care enough not to abandon them According to the National Council on Pet Population Study Policy an owner takes 90 120 days to come to the decision to surrender their animal to a shelter or rescue Surrendering is often heartbreaking for the family but the only option they have after exhausting all other possibilities MISCONCEPTION The CCSPCA euthanizes animals for convenience Truth We grieve for every animal that we must euthanize and we never make the decision to euthanize lightly But because we accept every animal that comes to us we are often faced with that decision Few people want to adopt a pet that has a severe illness or an untreatable medical condition or worse And we cannot in good conscience place animals that are aggressive so we conduct a behavior evaluation on all dogs to help ensure a successful adoption Our dog behavior evaluation is based on the work of our trained staff Currently there is not a standard behavior evaluation for cats however one is being developed by behavioral experts Until these scientific measures of a cat s temperament are put in place we will continue to evaluate cats as we do today At this time we review each cat s behavior history if it is provided at the time of surrender and then we evaluate how the cat reacts to humans and basic handling by staff We are always working toward bringing an end to euthanasia at our shelter We re constantly reviewing the latest research to find ways to improve what we do We are committed to increasing adoption by developing programs that help place animals in the community Our goal is always always to do what s best for animals and what is right for the communities we serve Animals are not euthanized in gas chambers at the CCSPCA They are humanely euthanized through injection with caring staff by their side MISCONCEPTION The CCSPCA refuses to work with other animal welfare organizations Truth The truth is we re grateful to have help Of course we re always working to have fewer animals euthanized but we are also committed to placing only healthy treatable and safe animals in the community and to protect the hundreds of other animals already in our care We understand the importance of working together to help more animals and that is why

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/blog-spca/news/addressing-questions-and-concerns-about-the-ccspca/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Reclaiming Your Pet | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    your pet FAQ s Adopting a pet FAQ s Licensing FAQ s Adopting a Horse FAQ s Donations FAQ s Education Volunteering FAQ s Field Services Animal Control FAQ s FAQ s General FAQ s Small Animal Hospital FAQ s Kennel Operations FAQ s Misconceptions FAQ s Reclaiming Your Pet FAQ s Resources Free Dog Training Updates Pet Guides Playmate Magazine New Adopter Guide Download our FREE guide for new adopters Download Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Reclaiming Your Pet Why does it cost so much to reclaim my pet State and local ordinances have fees and fines that must be paid when a pet is reclaimed Why can t you quote my reclaim price over the phone The owner must be present to correctly ID their animal and then we can verify how much the correct animal will be to reclaim Why can t I adopt back my own pet Pet responsibility means that we provide for our pets including reclaiming them If you need assistance to accomplish the requirements included in an adoption such as spay neuter or microchip please let us know as we would like to help you accomplish this with our available programs When can I reclaim my own pet Reclaim Hours are daily 10AM to 5PM 6PM on Wednesday Search for How Can You Help Donate Volunteer Become a Member Foster Subscribe to Playmate Magazine Like

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/faq/reclaiming-your-pet-faqs/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Free Dog Training | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    FAQ s General FAQ s Small Animal Hospital FAQ s Kennel Operations FAQ s Misconceptions FAQ s Reclaiming Your Pet FAQ s Resources Free Dog Training Updates Pet Guides Playmate Magazine New Adopter Guide Download our FREE guide for new adopters Download Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Free Dog Training Need help getting your dog to listen The CCSPCA Free Dog Training Program for Pet Retention is flexible pet oriented and family friendly The CCSPCA Training Class is designed to help you fit pet training into your life Our format allows you to go at your own pace We encourage full participation by all animal handling family members With the CCSPCA Training Class you will learn real life skills you can use with your pet instead of the stylized obedience drills others offer Our goal is to increase the bond between you and your pet while adding simple enjoyment and reducing behavior frustrations Working breeds especially need jobs and we teach you how to choose that job instead of letting your dog choose their own job that you may not like Then you can celebrate life together Take Advantage of Free Dog Training Available NOW Open to the Public Wednesdays 6 00pm 7 30pm i n the Training Yard Please bring a training collar and leash Your animal must be at least 4 months old and current on vaccines No sign up

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/programs-and-services/free-dog-training/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Blog | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Blog Updates Join Us for our Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday April 30th Tickets are only 10 and you get a complete pancake breakfast with eggs bacon and a choice of beverage Burned Cats The three cats had burns to their face nose lips ears and paws The hair on the rest of the bodies were singed Bookmark Poster Video Contest Our education department has launched it s annual Bookmark contest This year s theme is Adopt Don t Shop Animal Place Chicken Adoption Event Saturday April 16 from 1PM to 2PM We were pleased to host their event last year and are excited for it this year Last year they had a total of 60 chicken adoptions SHARES Card Changes You can easily continue to support the Central California SPCA through the SHARES program by going to www escrip com SaveMart and sign up for the program with your phone number and choose the Central California SPCA as you charity of choice Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week From rescuing stray or injured animals off the streets to conducting cruelty investigations and ensuring animal and public safety our ACOs assist animals 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year Vaccination Clinic in Parlier Saturday April 16 The pricing for the dog vaccinations are Rabies 6 DHPP 12 or get both for 16 We

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/blog/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Pet Guides | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    Third Party Fundraising Event Wellness Fund Donations Of Medical Assistance S H A R E S Card Donate A Vehicle Shop On Amazon Other Ways To Give Make a Difference Help more pets find there forever homes Donate Get Involved Easy Ways To Help Animals Calendar Volunteer Donate Foster Care Program View Pets That Need Fostering Volunteer Become a volunteer Volunteer Resources FAQ s Surrendering your pet FAQ s Adopting a pet FAQ s Licensing FAQ s Adopting a Horse FAQ s Donations FAQ s Education Volunteering FAQ s Field Services Animal Control FAQ s FAQ s General FAQ s Small Animal Hospital FAQ s Kennel Operations FAQ s Misconceptions FAQ s Reclaiming Your Pet FAQ s Resources Free Dog Training Updates Pet Guides Playmate Magazine New Adopter Guide Download our FREE guide for new adopters Download Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Pet Guides Summer Extreme Heat Pet Guide Download our extreme heat guide and get 14 tips to keep your pet safe during the summer heat DOWNLOAD The Ultimiate Guide for New Adopters Our guide provides simple steps you can take to make sure your pet is happy and healthy DOWNLOAD Playmate Magazine Spring Edition Our quarterly magazine offers news tips resources and information to pet owners to Fresno and the Central Valley DOWNLOAD Playmate Magazine Summer Edition Our quarterly magazine offers news tips resources and information to pet owners to

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/pet-guides/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Low Cost Spay and Neuter Services
    wondering if you should get your pet fixed or perhaps persuade the neighbor next door whose pet keeps having litter after litter here are a few good reasons to spay and neuter Snip N Chip Low Cost Spay and Neuter Services At the CCSPCA we understand that people realize the importance of altering their animals We also understand that many cannot afford the fees Snip N Chip is a low cost spay and neuter program is for those people who want to prevent the cycle of unwanted animals yet simply don t have the means According to the Humane Society of the United States there are between six and eight million cats and dogs entering American shelters every year Three to four million of these animals are euthanized This crisis is a direct result of animals left unaltered in our communities Our Snip N Chip program is for low income pet owners and offers low cost spay neuter services If you qualify the cost for these services is only 35 per pet 4 pets total per person and includes a free microchip To Qualify Must present a check stub award letter or other form of income statement proving total monthly income for the entire household Numbers of persons Total income 1 1300 2 1600 3 1900 4 2200 5 2500 Add 300 for each extra person The pet must be a minimum of 4 months and current on vaccines or 6 months of age or older with no up to date vaccines vaccines will be provided the day of surgery DHPP and Rabies for dogs and FVRCP for cats if needed for an additional cost Process Provide an income statement pet vaccine records if any and your ID to the Adoption Center Front Desk staff to be processed for the low cost program where they ll provide you with a receipt the service must be paid for in advance Copies of the above items can be submitted in person by mail fax 559 233 0117 or email snipnchip ccspca com after having determined that you qualify Make an appointment with the CCSPCA Small Animal Hospital The surgery can be scheduled in person or by phone at 559 237 1125 Surgeries are booked Monday Friday 7 30 8 30a m Show your receipt to our CCSPCA Hospital staff to have your pet admitted for surgery Pet pick up is same day after 2 30p m You will receive a call that everything went well and is time for pick up If you are interested in qualifying for the Snip N Chip program please contact our Desk Services Manager at 559 233 7722 Ext 107 or email snipnchip ccspca com Through our Snip N Chip low cost spay and neuter program we are giving back to both people and animals in our community Here are some things that you can do to help Donate to the Snip N Chip program Use your voice to support Government support of spay neuter funding Sponsor

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/programs-and-services/spay-neuter-services/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Vaccination Clinic | Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
    FAQ s FAQ s General FAQ s Small Animal Hospital FAQ s Kennel Operations FAQ s Misconceptions FAQ s Reclaiming Your Pet FAQ s Resources Free Dog Training Updates Pet Guides Playmate Magazine New Adopter Guide Download our FREE guide for new adopters Download Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Vaccination Clinic The CCSPCA Small Animal Hospital offers a vaccination clinic on most Saturdays from 9 00AM 12 00PM Please check our website calendar for current dates times or call 559 237 1125 Monday Friday to confirm hours of operation No appointment necessary Saturday Vaccination Clinics are limited to vaccinations and deworming only The CCSPCA Small Animal Hospital is not open to see patients at this time Cats must be in pet carriers and all dogs must be on leashes or in pet carriers Want to get your dog s rabies vaccine rabies certificate license all in one place Visit the CCSPCA After your dog has had a rabies vaccine and you ve received its rabies certificate proceed to the Adoption Center and we will issue a Fresno City County License and tag for your dog s collar The CCSPCA is the only place where you can receive all of these services in one convenient location Vaccination Prices Canine Rabies 10 00 DHPP 15 00 Bordetella 15 00 Strongid 10 00 Feline Feline Rabies 12 00 FVRCP 15 00 FELV 15 00 FVRCP

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/programs-and-services/vaccination-clinic/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Stray Animals - Fresno CA
    Misconceptions FAQ s Reclaiming Your Pet FAQ s Resources Free Dog Training Updates Pet Guides Playmate Magazine New Adopter Guide Download our FREE guide for new adopters Download Services Spay Neuter Services Vaccination Clinic Stray Animals Adoption Center Animal Hospital Animal Control Dog Licensing Grooming Salon Gift Store Lost Your Pet Low Cost Microchipping Rescue Department Columbarium Services Education Department Humane Officers View all Programs and Services About About Us Hours of Operation Annual Report Positions on Welfare Join our Team Contact Contact Media Feedback Online Complaint Form Join our Team Get Involved DONATE ADOPT CALL ANIMAL SHELTER CALL ANIMAL CONTROL Stray Animals The CCSPCA is contracted with the City of Fresno to perform animal control services which includes the impounding of stray animals The CCSPCA accepts stray dogs cats and other animals found within the City of Fresno limits only We are unable to accept stray animals from other cities or counties If a stray animal is determined to have been found in Fresno County the client is informed to take the animal to the county s animal control service provider Fresno Humane Animal Service 559 600 7387 At the time of a stray s intake we require the location of where the animal was found and the client s valid ID Regardless of where the client lives we will accept a stray animal if found within the City of Fresno limits The Stray Animal building is open 365 days a year for the drop off of stray animals and reclaim of lost pets Hours for stray animal drop off are 8am 5pm 6pm on Wednesdays Hours for reclaiming your pet are 10am 5pm 6pm on Wednesdays Adoptions of stray animals that have served the legal stray holding period are primarily from the Adoption Center which is open daily

    Original URL path: http://ccspca.com/programs-and-services/stray-animal-building/ (2016-04-26)
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