Adoptions at the East Bay SPCA Tri-Valley Adoption Center in Dublin
1st Saturday of Every Month
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
CLICK HERE for Adoptable
The East Bay SPCA Tri-Valley Adoption Center is located at 4651 Gleason Drive in Dublin just off of Tassajara Rd near I-580. Go to www.eastbayspca.org for directions.
Or call 925-479-9670. Get Directions
We accept rabbits from animal shelters only!
PLEASE DO NOT ASK US TO TAKE YOUR RABBIT
Spaying or Neutering your Rabbit
HAVE YOUR RABBIT SPAYED OR NEUTERED
(click here for more information on why this is extremely important)
All rabbits that are our independent rescues or foster rabbits
are already spayed or neutered. However, you can spay or neuter your personal rabbit for a low fee at the East Bay SPCA.
East Bay SPCA
Tri-Valley Spay/Neuter Center in Dublin
Open Tuesday & Thursday By Appt Only
East County Animal Shelter (Dublin, California)
NOTE: The East County Animal Shelter does not spay or neuter. For
these services, please instead contact the East Bay SPCA (above).
To visit the rabbits at the East County Animal Shelter, please
contact or visit them directly:
East County Animal Shelter
4595 Gleason Drive
Dublin CA 94568
Telephone (925) 803-7040
Hours: 11:30am - 5:30pm DAILY
CLICK HERE TO VIST OUR NEW SITE!
News - Moving to a new site!
We are ringing in the New Year with wonderful news. Our adoption event at the East Bay SPCA in Dublin has expanded to include more rescue groups and we have a new PetFinder site and a new name to welcome everyone. We are now East Bay Rabbit Rescue. Our PetFinder site has a new short name for easy access. Please check us out at http://eastbayrabbit.petfinder.com !
We are primarily a referral service.
We accept rabbits from animal shelters only, because these
rabbits have run out of time and options.
If you live in the Tri-Valley area and for some reason you have a
rabbit that you have found, please contact the East County
Animal Shelter (see below) or see www.rabbit.org for suggestions on
placing your rabbit. Craigslist
is a good place to post.
We only adopt our foster rabbits to indoor homes. Your
rabbit should be treated as an integral part of the family. No
outdoor hutches. With good care and lots of love, rabbits
can live to be 8-12 years old. We expect you to make a lifetime commitment
to your rabbit(s). The primary caregiver must be a responsible adult.
We charge an adoption fee for our independent rescues and foster rabbits.