Be assured that we will have staff available to feed, clean and provide enrichment for the animals in our care. Our Humane Law Enforcement Officers are responding to emergency calls. We continue our commitment to saving animals' lives, reuniting lost pets with their families and finding homes for abandoned and orphaned animals.
Please note the following:
Click here for a message from our president with more information about the precautions San Diego Humane Society is taking for COVID-19.
It’s always important to be prepared and have a plan for your pets. Arrange for trusted friends or family who could care for your pets in the event that you become sick or require a period of quarantine.
Make sure your pets are wearing proper identification at all times; this includes animals who don’t normally go outside. Make sure your information is current with your microchip company, since microchips can further protect your pet and help identify them if they become lost. It’s a good idea to include your cellphone number and the phone number of a friend or relative outside your immediate area in case your pet is lost and you aren’t at home.
Put the following supplies in a waterproof container:
For additional emergency preparedness tips, click here.