Animal Services

The County of Riverside provides animal field services for the residents of Jurupa Valley. The County operates an animal shelter for housing stray animals and is responsible for insuring rabies control by providing dog licensing and picking up stray dogs. 


Are you looking for your missing pet?  You can view find pictures of animals on-line at


Want to make sure that your animal gets home safely?  Make sure he is microchipped and always wearing a collar and ID/License?  Visit to get your dog licensed today.


If you have a current license, we will bring your animal back home to you rather than the shelter.  To get a license visit


Did you know that it is the law to have your dog licensed, microchipped, vaccinated and spay/neutered?  We want to help you.  For assistance visit


Vaccinating and Licensing your pet is the law.  Do it today.  Visit


A microchip is only as good as a current address.  If your pet is microchipped please contact the microchip company to make sure your address is up to date.


Have you moved?  Please make sure you update your address with your pets microchip company and dog license.


Avoid a citation by practicing responsible pet ownership; license, microchip, spay/neuter and vaccinate your dog today.  Visit


Care about your dog, keep him indoors or on a leash.


Spaying and neutering your pet helps prevent those sad and hungry animals you see at the rest stops.  Do your part, Spay Today!  For more information


Need assistance keeping your pet.  Riverside County Department of Animal Services Healthy Pet Zone can help you with pet food, supplies, temporary support and more.  Visit for more information.


Adopt a pet today, visit

Purchase a Dog License

Find out how to purchase a dog license on the Riverside County Department of Animal Services page.

Coyote Information

Jurupa Valley residents are encouraged to contact Animal Control for assistance in dealing with any animal problems they have. However, awareness about certain common animals in the area can prove useful in understanding how to avoid some problems altogether. For more information about wild coyotes and tips for how to deal with them, please visit the California Department of Fish and Wildlife page.


  1. Robert P. Miller

    Director of Animal Services

  2. Animal Services

    Physical Address
    8930 Limonite Avenue
    Jurupa Valley, CA 92509


  1. Animal Control

    Western Riverside County/City Animal Shelter
    6851 Van Buren Boulevard
    Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
    Phone: 951-358-7387 (PETS)
    Toll-free: 1-888-636-7387 (PETS)

    Vector Control

    Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control District
    1966 Compton Avenue
    Corona, CA 92881
    Phone: 951-340-9792