Military Support & Resources
The San Diego Humane Society is sensitive to the needs and pressures of our service men and women and their family members - especially their furry ones. The human-animal bond is one like no other, and keeping the care of your pets as a priority is an important part of that relationship.
We have compiled information and benefits for our animal loving military community. Be sure to see our article library for useful behavior, training and medical articles.
We thank you for your service and hope that you find this information useful.
We are proud to offer special military pricing: 25% discount on adoption fees with proof of active duty.
We can offer pre-deployment talks to assist military families with pet-related issues and concerns including fostering options, relocation assistance, and more. If you would like more information on pre-deployment talks contact Brianne Youngberg at 760-757-4357 x2021 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helpful information and resources on housing your pet while you're on deployment. Read more here»
Helpful information and resources to prepare you for moving with your pet. Read more here»
We also offer community members support through our Project KEPPT program (assistance with pet food and supplies), spay/neuter services, behavior and training advice, vaccine clinics, microchipping, and more. For more information about the various ways that we can support military families and their pets, please contact Brianne Youngberg at 760-757-4357 x2021 or email email@example.com.
Other organizations that can help:
Tender Loving Canines Assistance Dog, Inc.
An organization based in Solona Beach that trains dogs for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and/or mobility issues. www.tenderlovingcanines.org
Located in San Diego, Freedom Dogs offers custom-trained specialty service dogs to wounded members of the military returning from armed conflict. They team Specialty Service Dogs with troops returning from war with PTSD and physical limitations. www.freedomdogs.org
Canine Companions for Independence
Canine Companions for Independence has the Wounded Veteran Initiative, they provide assistance dogs to US war veterans across the country. They have facilities all over the country, but the closest facility is in Oceanside. www.cci.org/veterans
Next Step Service Dogs
Next Step Service Dogs strives to empower positive change for veterans with invisible disabilities such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) through the use of expertly-trained service dogs. www.nextstepservicedogs.org
These resources are provided a benefit to our animal-loving community. References listed here for any specific product, process or service is for the information and convenience of our website visitors and does not constitute any kind of endorsement or recommendation by the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA.