Where to adopt a dog in Greater Palm Springs

By: Roger Coryell
Jax is a three-year-old mix. Photo by Palm Springs Animal Shelter.

If you’re hanging out in the desert, and you want to share your experience with a rescue dog, here are our suggestions. Greater Palm Springs offers prime spots for welcoming a furry friend into your life.

Palm Springs Animal Shelter, located at 4575 E. Mesquite Ave., Palm Springs, CA 92264, offers a rich mix of dogs—puppies, adults, and seniors all included. Ready to commit? You’ll start with a deep-dive questionnaire to match your lifestyle and end with a one-on-one to ensure you and your future buddy are a perfect match. With adoption fees ranging from $100 to $275, covering complete medical and wellness care, it’s a deal that also supports community events and educational programs. Dive deeper at “http://www.psanimalshelter.org“.

Meanwhile, Animal Samaritans in Thousand Palms champions a no-kill approach, focusing on rescuing animals at risk and providing low-cost veterinary services. They’re all about connecting the right pets with the right homes, thanks to a detailed adoption process. You can foster or volunteer, getting to know your potential new best friend in a supportive environment. Learn more and see who’s waiting for a home at “http://www.animalsamaritans.org“.

By adopting, you’re not just getting a companion—you’re actively contributing to a better life for pets and a reduction in homelessness. Whether it’s a lively puppy or a calm older dog, there’s a perfect match for your desert adventures waiting at these shelters.


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