Since 1981, the City of Chino has contracted with the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS) for all animal care support.
IVHS provides the following to the Chino community:
- Animal Control
- Low Cost Veterinary Services
- Lost and Found
- Community Outreach
- Behavior Assistance
Additionally, the city has partnered with IVHS on the Getting to Zero Program, which aims to end the euthanizing of healthy and treatable cats and dogs in our community.
Beyond providing a wide range of services benefiting the health and safety of animals and Chino residents, IVHS also administers the Chino Municipal Code as it relates to local ordinances including licensing and vaccination requirements.
Per the Chino Municipal Code, Section 6.08.020, Each dog, over the age of four months, harbored within the city shall be vaccinated for rabies and licensed. The owner or harbor of such dog shall be required to present to the enforcing officer, upon request, a valid license and vaccination certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian.
For more information, please contact the Inland Valley Humane Society or view our Pet Licensing Flyer (PDF).
Dog License Canvassing
The Inland Valley Humane Society and SPCA will be canvassing for dog licenses in the City of Chino in April 2021. This will be a contactless canvass with no door knocking. However, if a resident would like to speak with a License Inspector, we ask that they abide by social distancing and wear a mask for everyone's protection.
License inspectors will be driving their personal vehicles and will carry a badge. Their uniform consists of dark blue pants, a dark blue polo shirt with the IVHS and SPCA logo, a dark blue hat, also with the shelter's logo and a face mask.
Dog License Fees
- Unaltered Dog: $100
- Altered Dog: $25
- Sen. Court Altered Dog: $5
- Late Fee: $60
All dogs over the age of 4 months, or have been on your property for more than 30 days, must have a current rabies vaccination and license. For more information, please call 909-623-9777 or visit the IVHS website.