AnimalSave's mission is to educate you about spaying and neutering your pet, feral cats, and a variety of other issues—especially those that affect us here in Nevada County, California. Do you need help with behavior issues or need someone to talk to about pet care? Call us at 530 271 7071, ext. 206.

Here's a list of helpful resources:

Auburn Area Animal Rescue Foundation 
Auburn Area Animal Rescue Foundation at 530 887 5577 was founded in 1997 and has provided sanctuary for over 5,800 companion animals. They also provide low-cost microchipping

Animal Spay and Neuter Clinic - Auburn, CA 
Animal Spay and Neuter Clinic at 530 889 8800 is dedicated to providing excellent and affordable dog and cat spay/neuter surgeries to the general public and to any rescue group or shelter.

Chows Plus Rescue 
Chows Plus Rescue is located in the Sacramento area and Grass Valley, CA. Their goal is to find loving homes for abandoned dogs.

Feral Cat Information - Humane Society of America (HSUS) 
Learn why The HSUS supports trap-neuter-return (TNR)—an approach designed to effectively and humanely reduce the numbers of feral cats and improve their quality of life.

Grass Valley City Shelter - 556 Freeman Lane, Grass Valley. 530 477 4630, open Monday-Friday 11-1, closed Saturday and Sunday.

House Rabbit Society 
An international nonprofit organization that rescues rabbits from animal shelters and educates the public on rabbit care and behavior.

Petfinder.com 
National website where you can search for adoptable dogs and cats. Most of the local organizations post their animals in foster care on Petfinder.

Pet-Friendly Rental Resources:
Hotpads Nevada County apartment page with pet-friendly filters, in-depth photos, information and unique features such as street view of each property.
Trulia Grass Valley apartment rental page with 15 listings and pet-friendly filters with in-depth neighborhood information.
Zillow California pet-friendly page with over 8,400 pet-friendly listings with fair rental price estimates.
Zillow Nevada County pet-friendly page with 16 pet-friendly apartment listings with fair rental price estimates.

Placer County SPCA 
The Placer SPCA is a private, not-for-profit organization (located in Roseville and serving all of Placer County), dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through programs and services, such as adoption, reunification, spay/neuter assistance, humane education and behavior programs.

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Sacramento SPCA 
The Sacramento SPCA is located at 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento. Regular hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed Mondays.

Sammie's Friends Animal Shelter 
Sammie's Friends Animal Shelter is a great place to adopt wonderful dogs and cats. Shelter/Kennel Hours: Monday through Saturday from noon to 4:00 pm Closed Sundays Address/Phone: 14647 McCourtney Rd. Grass Valley, CA  530 471 5401

San Francisco SPCA 
The mission of The San Francisco SPCA is to save and protect animals, to provide care and treatment, to advocate for their welfare, and to enhance the human-animal bond.

Scraps Dog Bakery, Grass Valley 
Scraps Dog Bakery and pet nutrition center offers healthy, wholesome, human-grade, and fresh baked treats for your pets.

Shinto's Pet Food
Local organic food for dogs and cats.

The Canine Coach
The Canine Coach offers rewards-based dog training in Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Puppy training and socialization classes are recommended for puppies under five months old. The Good Dog class is ideal for newly adopted dogs and their families.  Private training or behavior modification as well as boarding and training are also available.

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release 
Working to save injured and orphaned wildlife from six counties of the California foothills and the valley below. They provide highly trained rehabilitators dedicated to serving all wildlife in Cities, Riparian Communities, Oak Woodlands, Ponderosa Pine Forests and Open Grasslands.

Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation - Incline Village 
Their mission is to provide safe and loving homes for animals who would otherwise be destined for euthanasia. To provide education regarding responsible pet care guidelines including the importance of training, veterinary care, exercise and socialization.

Yuba-Sutter Counties SPCA 
Through direct action, Yuba Sutter SPCA promotes the humane treatment of animals, educates the community on responsible pet care, reduces pet overpopulation through an aggressive spay/neuter program and celebrates the human/animal bond.

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