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Mar 21 2014

This program offers a really exciting opportunity for seniors in the area. Thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation of Riverside, YAPS is able to provide pet care assistance to qualifying seniors on a limited income. From veterinary expense to emergency boarding, YAPS is now able to help offset the costs associated with pet ownership for qualifying seniors.

 

To qualify, one must be age 65 or older and make no more than $1,500 a month as a single income household and $3,000 a month for a duel income household. To apply for the program proof of age, income, residency and pet ownership in necessary. Contact us or click here to apply today and take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

Mar 21 2014

Yucaipa Animal Placement Society is thrilled to announce the grand opening of our new office on April 12th, 2014. The festivities start at 10:00 with the ribbon cutting and will be followed by tours of our facility, demonstrations fo agility dogs by Elicia Casey from Enlighten Dogs, free dog training held by Kym Caldwell from Canine Companions and Elicia Casey from Enlighten Dogs. Food will be available for purchase starting around 12:00 noon. Please plan on joining us for this fun filled-day.

Jun 08 2012

It is no secret that living in the rural areas of Yucaipa lend residents and their pets to continual interaction with the local wildlife.  As spring has sprung, so have our serpent friends.  The warmer weather brings out a very dangerous slithering foe, the rattlesnake.  The venom of the rattler can impose devastating if not deadly results to people and pets alike if bitten. 

In an effort to decrease the risk Yucaipa Animal Placement Society, YAPS, has joined Canine Companions Dog Training in offering a class to teach rattle snake avoidance techniques to dogs and their people.  Join Kym Caldwell of Canine Companions and herpetologist Robert Black in an educational classroom session for the humans starting at 8:30am, followed by an outdoor interactive aversion session with the dogs to insure that both you and your pet are snake smart.  The class is scheduled for Saturday, June 16th at 8:30am and cost is $75.  The class will be held at the YAPS center, located at 11937 13th Street in Yucaipa.  For more information about the class or to reserve your spot, please contact Kym of Canine Companions at (909) 795-9292.  

Jun 07 2012

The students of Yucaipa Christian School  joined together to gather food and other animal care supplies for the orphaned dogs and cats at Yucaipa Animal Placement Society, better known as YAPS.  As a non-profit, no kill shelter, YAPS relies on the generous efforts of folks, such as these students, to help care for the animals it saves.

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Jun 07 2012

The K-Kids of Yucaipa’s Ridgeview Elementary orchestrated a campaign at their school to collect food and supplies for their four-legged friends residing at Yucaipa Animal Placement Society! Lasting two weeks with several announcements over the school’s loud speakers encouraging their fellow students to contribute to the pets, this driving force of enterprising youths collected a variety of treats, food, blankets and cleaning supplies all to benefit their furry friends.

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Pets Placed in 2018

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Animals Placed this Year

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