In Honor of Bruce

You may have read about the case of #Brucetheminpin on our social media channels. Unfortunately, Bruce lost his fight this week, despite incredible efforts made by our medical teams. His diabetes resisted our best efforts to bring it under control. …

Protecting Pets in Cold Weather

Frosty temperatures may be a rarity in sunny San Diego, but they do come on occasion. When the temperature drops, it’s important to know how to keep your pets safe. San Diego Humane Society recommends that pets be kept inside …

A word of thanks to our community

During times of disaster like our recent Lilac Fire, I’m overwhelmed by the way this community comes together to help each other and animals. We’re astounded by the offers of help that we received. Your support allowed us to: Care …

Fire Update

San Diego Humane Society is actively involved in providing animal evacuation and support efforts associated with the current fire burning near Interstate 15 and SR-76 in North County San Diego. We will provide updates here and our social media channels …

Keeping Animals Out of Harm’s Way

Just a few weeks ago, our Humane Officers responded to a call in the early hours of the morning; a horse was loose in Escondido. Around 4 a.m., Sergeant Monreal drove out to El Norte Parkway in Escondido and located …

Cecee’s Road to Recovery

A dog delightfully eating from her food bowl is a common sight here at San Diego Humane Society. But for some animals, like Cecee, that meal means so much more. When Cecee first came to us, she was severely emaciated, …

CA Bans Sale of Puppy Mill Dogs in Pet Stores

California has always been at the forefront of animal protection, and today we’re celebrating another step forward for our state. California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law legislation that will prevent the sale of commercially raised dogs, cats and …