Animal Care Center Opens

Jan 5, 2014

1522085_10151925265499926_656257776_nIn 2013, Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA “cared for more than 11,000 cats, dogs, and other animals.”

On Thursday, January 9th, a $20 million expansion—the Animal Care Center—will open.

Some of the highlights are an expanded spay/neuter clinic that will be open Tuesday through Saturday and allow veterinarians to perform 20 surgeries on cats, dogs, and rabbits per day. Wednesdays and Saturdays will have “affordable” vaccination and microchip clinics and a new Education and Training Center will hold seminars and training classes. We can only imagine that the new dog boarding facility will be enjoyed by the animal residents and doggie daycare will be available starting in February. Proceeds from the expanded on-site Shelter Shop (selling animal food, accessories, and clothing) will benefit the shelter programs. And we’re sure no one will be unhappy with the underground parking (no circling, no waiting!).

The goal of this expansion is to “keep pets in homes and out of shelters.”

The new facility opens January 9th at 9 a.m. Come and take a look:  361 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena 91105. For more info, visit or visit them on Facebook.


Betsy (A343766) is exhausted from the Rose Parade Expo. PHS states: “Betsy is a four-month-old brown pit bull. She’s friendly and loves toys. She’s also been out with our Mobile Unite and did well with other dogs and people. Her adoption fee is $125.”





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