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March 28, 2023
Join San Diego Humane Society at the Walk for Animals in San Diego!
Early bird pricing ends on Friday, March 31 for event at Liberty Station on Sat., May 6, 2023!
March 21, 2023
San Diego Humane Society and the ASPCA Sponsor Bill to Allow Access to Veterinary Care Via Telemedicine
Expanded use of telemedicine will help bridge gaps in veterinary care caused by workforce shortages
March 10, 2023
Coyote Injured in Illegal Jaw Trap Returns to Wild
San Diego Humane Society’s Project Wildlife team treated coyote’s damaged leg and teeth
March 8, 2023
Love is in Bloom: Adult Dog Adoption Fees Waived!
Dogs 7 months+ free to adopt at San Diego Humane Society through March 31, 2023
March 7, 2023
Join San Diego Humane Society’s Virtual Kitten Shower and Help Save Lives!
Registry gifts benefit thousands of orphaned kittens so they can grow into healthy cats!
Recent SDHS Stories:
Expanded use of telemedicine will help bridge gaps in veterinary care caused by workforce shortages.
San Diego Humane Society’s hosts 4th annual March Meowness Competition
In early October, HPAI was confirmed in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. As of Jan. 18, 2023, data from the USDA shows that HPAI H5N1 had been detected in at least 6,192 individual wild birds in 50 states and the District of Columbia since January of 2022. The infection had been confirmed in 316 commercial and 449 backyard domestic poultry and mixed-species flocks in 47 states, affecting a total of 58. 39 million commercial and backyard flocks. In addition to birds and poultry, H5N1 viruses have been detected in some mammals.