Some of the organizations in the area are already clearing the way for this much-hoped-for-transition. For example, take the Valley Animal Center. This non-profit, no-kill dog and cat adoption center is a 25,000-square-foot facility located in Central Fresno. They provide low cost spay and neuter procedures, vaccination, a fun dog park for your pooch, and a humane education program. This center annually rehomes and saves thousands of pets in the California area!
The Central California SPCA is also a large organization that's dedicated to helping the doggos of Central California. Established in 1946, this non-profit humane society is dedicated to promoting the quality of life for animals, providing them with protection, placement, and community education to ensure responsible animal care.
A few other organizations, like Animal Rescue of Fresno and the Fresno Humane Animal Services are also rooting themselves in the community to provide reliable, safe, and compassionate conditions for Central California's pups.
This park is something paw-sitively special. It features a 2,000 gallon canine wading pool (complete with water jets!), an agility course play area, grass land with trees, and divided parks for dogs of several sizes. You and your pooch can check it out for just a $5 day pass. If you decide that it's your new go-to-dog-spot, you can pay $50 per pooch for the year!