By Staff Reports
(Apple Valley)– Effective March 17th, the Town of Apple Valley’s municipal animal shelter is closed until further notice. Animal services staff will continue to provide for animals within their care, however adoption services will not be available. Intake of animals will be closed to the public.
Animal Control officers will respond to emergencies only, including for injured or stray animals, cruelty and neglect complaints, bite complaints and dangerous and aggressive dog complaints. Officers will patrol and work from their vehicles but will not make contact with the public during this time of recommended social distancing and quarantining. Officers will not respond to non-aggressive stray pick-ups, licensing complaints, barking and nuisance complaints, or trapping and transport of cats.
If you believe your lost animal may be at the Town shelter, please call (760) 240-7000 ext. 7554.
Residents may also mail their dog license renewal payments along with any required documents to: Apple Valley Animal Services 14955 Dale Evans Parkway, Apple Valley, CA 92307. Documents will be return mailed along with the renewed license.
The Town’s dog parks at Civic Center Park are open at this time but the public is recommended to keep a safe distance from one another during the Coronavirus pandemic.