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Animal Shelter Victor Valley Protective League Inc - 4 Reviews - 21779 Zuni Rd, Apple Valley, CA - Animal Shelters & Protection Agencies Reviews - Phone (760) 247-2102

Animal Shelter Victor Valley Protective League Inc

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21779 Zuni Rd
Apple Valley, CA 92307
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(760) 247-2102
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This shelter has recently been remodeled and is now offering new services. The Kennels were clean and the animals were in good condition. I spoke to one of the workers and was tol...

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I adopted my puppy from this animal shelter on 2 June and by Monday 6 June I was at the Vet because this puppy was sneezing, coughing and spitting up. My family and I love this pu...

Kennel Cough 6/15/2011

I adopted my puppy from this animal shelter on 2 June and by Monday 6 June I was at the Vet because this puppy was sneezing, coughing and spitting up. My family and I love this puppy already but were given the bad news that she may not recover from this. My Vet bills are currently reaching the over 300 mark for a puppy that I thought was healthy. I would advise this facility to better screen and examine these animals before adoption are made. more

shelter visit 11/11/2010

This shelter has recently been remodeled and is now offering new services. The Kennels were clean and the animals were in good condition. I spoke to one of the workers and was told that the floors in the outside kennels were heated to keep the dogs warm. I was told that each animal came with a free vet check to be used after the adoption, but animals were not tested for illness prior to adoption due to the cost. The staff was very friendly and eager to help. more

wendy 6/15/2010

we only have two shelters and the others very small. it may not be paradise but it keeps them off the street and helps find them good homes. ya know you could always make a donation or do some volunteer work there if youre so very appalled. more

FIRST IMPRESSION CAN NOT RATE ONE STAR! 1/15/2007

I GUESS I LIVED MY WHOLE LIFE THINKING THAT A SHELTER WAS LIKE A MEDICAL FACILITY. DOGS AND CATS WERE TAKEN CARE OF PROPERLY UNTIL EITHER THEY WERE ADOPTED, TAKEN HOME BY THEIR OWNER, OR SADLY PUT TO SLEEP. BOY, WAS I WRONG! MY SON AND I VISITED THE ANIMAL PROTECTIVE LEAGUE ON SATURDAY LOOKING FOR A FAMILY PET AND COMPANION. DOES "NON PROFIT"MEAN THAT IT IS OKAY FOR THERE TO BE 3 TO 6 DOGS PER KENNEL, FREEZING, ALL WITH DIAHREA, AND COVERED IN ITS OWN FECES, SO MUCH THEY HAD TO WALK THROUGH IT. THAT IS , IF THEY DARED TO LEAVE THE HUDDLE THEY WERE IN TO TRY AND KEEP FROM FREEZING TO DEATH. IT WAS 31 DEGREES OUTSIDE. MAYBE I AM NIEVE, BUT I AM HAVING A HARD TIME FINDING ANY JUSTIFICATION FOR THE CRUELTY. THE DOGS WOULD BE BETTER OFF DEAD. THE SHELTER ONLY SERVES TO PUT THE NAIL IN THE COFFIN WITH THE PUBLIC WHO SEEKS TO ADOPT.BECAUSE IT IS OBVIOUS, THERE WOULD BE THE FURTHER EXPENSE OF A VETERNARIAN .FROM MY PROSPECTIVE, THIS SHELTER IS SABATOGING ANIMAL LIFE. IF I AM WRONG, AND THIS CAN BE JUSTIFIDE, PLEASE ENLIGHTEN ME. more
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