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Published: June 8, 2020
Published: June 8, 2020
San Diego Humane Society is proudly sponsoring legislation this year to ensure critical funding for native wildlife rehabilitation remains available to California’s licensed, nonprofit rehabilitation organizations.
San Diego Humane Society’s Humane Law Enforcement is asking the public for information that will help identify two horses who were found abandoned just one week apart at a staging area corral in the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park.
Dog owner surrender services on hold through Jan. 2, 2024 due to highly contagious illness.
AB1399 modernizes veterinary care in California, helping address the veterinary care crisis and ensuring that California pet and livestock owners can benefit from the safety and convenience of veterinary telehealth.
Expanded use of telehealth will help bridge gaps in veterinary care caused by current lack of access across the state.
Orphaned Black Bear Cubs Arrive at Ramona Wildlife Center
Two young California black bear cubs are getting a second chance at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center after they were found near their deceased mother in the San Bernardino National Forest. Read More
Two Orphaned Bear Cubs Are Back in the Wild
Two California black bear cubs are back in the wild tonight after spending five months at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center for care and rehabilitation. Read More
Fifteen Rescued Wildlife Released in San Diego County
18 small mammals brought to San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center as part of seizure. Read More
February is Pet Dental Health Month!
February is Pet Dental Health Month, which is a great time to remind pet owners of the importance of dental care! Read More
Coyote Trapped in Car Bumper Returns to the Wild
Coyote rehabilitated at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center after rescue. Read More
Six Orphaned Bear Cubs Receiving Care at SDHS Show Progress in Recovery
The cubs are growing stronger and more confident in their outdoor enclosures at our Ramona Wildlife Center. Read More
Traffic Advisory for San Diego Campus: The City of San Diego has issued a traffic advisory for the intersection of Morena Blvd. and Sherman St. from Thursday, Feb. 29 through 5 a.m. on Monday, March 4. The full intersection will be closed and detours will be in place. If you plan to visit our San Diego Campus during this time, please plan accordingly. More information regarding the traffic advisory can be found here.