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Finding Owners...

Reuniting Pets

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to reuniting lost owners with their pets and find new homes for abandoned pets.
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We have dogs of all ages and sizes that desperately need loving homes. See most of our adoptable dogs here or visit our Adoption Center in Simi Valley.

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Field Rescues

Learn about and stay updated on our latest search and rescue efforts from our experienced and dedicated team of volunteers.

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THE LATEST FROM SIMI VALLEY MISSING PETS

Check here to see what we've been up to. Stay updated on the latest news, upcoming events and stories. Have you lost a pet? Have a story to share?

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  1. Latest Stories
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    3 spots left before noon! And, some more left between 1pm and 3:30pm! Please share and help us book up this important day. See MoreSee Less

    Dog Rattlesnake Avoidance Training conducted by highly experienced and licensed professionals, High On Kennels. Each trainer is highly experienced at training dogs to avoid rattlesnakes, and at dealing with difficult dogs. *We hike OFTEN with our family dogs and they have ALL gone thru this exact training at least once, two of them twice, in this same location with the same trainers. We were highly impressed with their experience, methods, dog skills, and their people skills!

    The training is conducted in a BEAUTIFUL, safe, humane, and controlled environment ensuring the safety of your dog, people, and rattlesnakes. The trainers have found that the best way to teach a dog to avoid rattlesnakes is to use live rattlesnake specimens that have been neutralized so that they cannot bite. The snakes are placed out in a field setting and the dogs are fitted with an electronic training collar. The dog is led through the field and allowed to encounter the rattlesnake at which point the dog is stimulated using the electronic collar. The training process is repeated several times to assure you that your dog will understand the sight, sound, and smell of a rattlesnake (they have a distinct odor that dogs can discern from other snakes).

    The appointments only take between 20-60 minutes, which includes check-in and the training. This assures that proper attention is given to all dogs. *SVMP team members will also be there to keep everyone (humans & doggies) entertained and hydrated!

    Appointments are available from 8am-5pm, and the link to schedule and register is svmp-rattlesnake-training.acuityscheduling.com/. Appointment times are available for every 8 minutes from 8am to 5pm.

    *Please note:
    – Dogs must be at least six months old to participate.
    – Check-in and training usually takes about one hour total.
    – The training session is one-on-one and will be repeated several times to make sure the dog understands.
    – Advanced payment of $75 per dog is required when scheduling appointment time (link to be posted ASAP).

    Proceeds go directly to SVMP’s Medical & Rescue Fund. Please save the date and tell a friend!

    *The link to schedule and register is also in the comments section of this post and here:
    svmp-rattlesnake-training.acuityscheduling.com/

    Dog Rattlesnake Avoidance Training benefiting SVMP

    May 28, 2017, 8:00am – May 28, 2017, 5:30pm

    Corriganville Regional Park

    Dog Rattlesnake Avoidance Training conducted by highly experienced and licensed professionals, High On Kennels. Each trainer is highly experienced at training dogs to avoid rattlesnakes, and at dealing with difficult dogs. *We hike OFTEN with our family dogs and they have ALL gone thru this exact training at least once, two of them twice, in this same location with the same trainers. We were highly impressed with their experience, methods, dog skills, and their people skills!

    The training is conducted in a BEAUTIFUL, safe, humane, and controlled environment ensuring the safety of your dog, people, and rattlesnakes. The trainers have found that the best way to teach a dog to avoid rattlesnakes is to use live rattlesnake specimens that have been neutralized so that they cannot bite. The snakes are placed out in a field setting and the dogs are fitted with an electronic training collar. The dog is led through the field and allowed to encounter the rattlesnake at which point the dog is stimulated using the electronic collar. The training process is repeated several times to assure you that your dog will understand the sight, sound, and smell of a rattlesnake (they have a distinct odor that dogs can discern from other snakes).

    The appointments only take between 20-60 minutes, which includes check-in and the training. This assures that proper attention is given to all dogs. *SVMP team members will also be there to keep everyone (humans & doggies) entertained and hydrated!

    Appointments are available from 8am-5pm, and the link to schedule and register is svmp-rattlesnake-training.acuityscheduling.com/. Appointment times are available for every 8 minutes from 8am to 5pm.

    *Please note:
    – Dogs must be at least six months old to participate.
    – Check-in and training usually takes about one hour total.
    – The training session is one-on-one and will be repeated several times to make sure the dog understands.
    – Advanced payment of $75 per dog is required when scheduling appointment time (link to be posted ASAP).

    Proceeds go directly to SVMP’s Medical & Rescue Fund. Please save the date and tell a friend!

    *The link to schedule and register is also in the comments section of this post and here:
    svmp-rattlesnake-training.acuityscheduling.com/

  2. Upcoming Events
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    We have no events scheduled at this time. Please stay posted by checking our website often for updated information on adoptions and special events in our community.

  3. In The News
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    Check here for Simi Valley Missing Pets News and Press information.


    A story from the Star on what we do!

    A story from the Acorn on what we do!

  4. Community Testimonials
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    Best thing that has happened to Simi! Thank you for helping all our animals find their way back home.

    Samantha Fernholz Wyllie
    pet owner

  5. Our Lastest Adoptables
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    • Fido

      Small Breed

      Male, 1 y.o.

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