They provide lost and found animal reporting, pet adoptions, dog licensing, low-cost vaccination clinics, and lots of educational resources for pet owners. Every pet that the shelter cares for receives complete veterinary care, vaccinations, a microchip, licensing, and a spay/neuter procedure or voucher.
The organization advocates for citizens to sterilize their pets as an effort to combat pet overpopulation and reduce the number of animals that end up in shelters. This facility at its maximum can accommodate 147 dogs and 220 cats, with a miscellaneous number array of other types of pets at any given time. The nonprofit has both high redemption and rescue rates, placing 20-30 animals in new homes each month and partnering with other rescue organizations to ensure every animal finds a loving, responsible home.
The South Utah Valley Animal Shelter relies on the help of compassionate volunteers to achieve success, supporting their life-saving efforts with assistance at the shelter and at their events/clinics throughout Southern Utah County. Together, they strive to place pets in forever homes for the health of both the animals and the community.
Provo's first off-leash dog park is the perfect place for your pooch to play! The doggie-designated area is located within Bicentennial Park, a 31-acre community space offering nature trails, a duck pond, expansive fields, human restrooms, and lots of other amenities to explore with your leashed dog. The off-leash area is securely fenced and features a double-gated entryway for safety, waste stations for convenient cleanup, benches to sit back and watch your pal play, and a fun sandpit with a fire hydrant feature. This well-maintained park is a great place for your canine companions to stretch their legs. Calling all rambunctious Rovers for a tail-waggin' romp and run!