Animal Control

The City of San Dimas contracts with the Inland Valley Humane Society for animal control services.  Established in 1949, the Inland Valley Humane Society is a private, non-profit, full-access animal shelter. It is a safe refuge, providing food, veterinary care, and attention to the animals that need it most, regardless of health, temperament, breed, or age.  The Inland Valley Humane Society officers rescue wild and domestic animals in distress and transport them for medical treatment and shelter when needed, seven days a week and twenty-four hours a day.  For stray or deceased animal pick up, you may call the SPCA (Humane Society) at 909.623.9777.

Dog Licenses – Section 6.080.010 of the San Dimas Municipal Code requires an annual dog license within thirty days after a dog becomes four months of age, or within thirty days after the dog is brought into the city. You may obtain a dog license from the Inland Valley Humane Society.