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Local Pit Bulls Get Help Do the Deed. Help the Breed

August 2014- Pomona, CA –The Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA got welcome news last month when they were honored with a generous gift from the late Dierk D. Peters of Duke Pacific, Inc. to help continue the organization’s commitment to the people and pets of our community. The contribution will be used, specifically, to launch a new program for the free spaying and neutering of Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixed breed in our community.

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Humane Officers Seize Dozens of Animals from Local Rescue

July 17, 2014, Ontario, CA – 34 animals, including 22 dogs and 12 cats, that were being kept in inhumane conditions were rescued by the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA on Thursday, July 17th from a 501 c (3) animal rescue organization turned animal hoarder operating out of a commercial property in Ontario.

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IVHS OFFICER ASSISTS VICTIM IN GLENDORA HOUSE FIRE

June 25, 2014, Glendora CA – In a tremendous act of compassion, an animal control officer comforted a Glendora woman who lost her pets in a house fire last week.

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Lucky Kitten Gets Second Chance thanks to the Humane Society and Fire Department

June 25, 2014, Chino Hills CA – A 9 week old kitten was rescued on the 15000 block of Danbury Way in Chino Hills. The Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA had received a call from a Good Samaritan who had witnessed a cat crawl into a 6 inch pipe.

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A Dry Summer Means More Wildlife Encounters

Pomona, CA – The Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA has a Wildlife Division to aid residents in rectifying problems and some of the uneasiness that many people may face with wildlife. This program allows a Wildlife Officer to provide on-site evaluations, education on methods of exclusion, deterrents and discouragement of wildlife forays into our city neighborhoods.

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