Glendale Animal Rescue, or Glendale Humane Society, is open Thursday through Sunday, from noon to 5 p.m. It is closed Monday through Wednesday, and during most of the major holidays. It can be reached by appointment only. To make an appointment, call them at 818-242-1128. The society is located at 717 W. Ivy St., Glendale, CA, 91204. There is available parking, which is located across the street.
The Glendale Humane Society was founded in 1924. It is a non-profit no-kill facility, which takes care of dogs and cats until the staff finds permanent homes for them. It receive absolutely no funds from the federal, state or even local government. Instead, it relies strictly on private donations.
To be a part of the Glendale Humane Society, one option is to become volunteer. There are also the options of sponsoring a pet or fostering one. When fostering a dog or a cat, an individual can care for animals that would most probably be euthanized, due to lack of space. Alternatively, there is also the option of donating money to help keep the organization going.
When adopting a pet from this society, be prepared to submit an application form and attend a parenting class after the application is approved.