The San Francisco SPCA

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based on 10 ratings

2500 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103-4213
(415) 554-3000

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Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Low-cost spay & neuter:  YesPuppy classes:  Yes
Dog behavior classes:  YesCat behavior classes:  No
Agility classes:  YesAnimal assisted therapy:  Yes
Feral cat program:  YesMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  YesHumane education:  Yes
Animal hospital:  YesPet loss support:  Yes
Pet survivor program:  YesOwner assistance services:  Yes
Programs for kids/teens:  YesPrison dog program:  No
Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Volunteer program:  YesFoster homes needed:  Yes
Sanctuary:  YesFeral cat program:  Yes
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Pet survivor program:  YesSpay & neuter support:  Yes
Owner assistance service:  YesPrograms for kids & teens:  Yes

“The San Francisco SPCA is a nonprofit animal welfare organization dedicated to saving homeless dogs and cats, to providing lifesaving care and treatment to dogs and cats in need, to helping pets stay in loving homes, and to cultivating respect and awareness for the rights and needs of animals and the importance of the human-animal bond.”

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2posted: March 12th, 2008

Great idea, but their policy on Pit Bulls is small minded

They will not adopt out pit bulls who do not come from a "known" background. I would not have been eligible to be adopted there since I was found in a box with my sister. I think they do great work, but they need to open their scope to help place the large number of sweet, lovely pit bulls who need homes!

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5posted: January 11th, 2008

My old home.

The SF SPCA saved me from being euthanised become my old shelter was running out of place. Then the SF SPCA helped train my humans and I. I also get all of my shots and health follow ups taken care of there, they're great!

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5posted: August 19th, 2007


This is a first rate rescue organization/shelter. Not only do they house the cats and dogs in spacious condos (no cages) they very carefully screen to match up pets with owners. They are a "no kill' organiztion and they will keep an animal as long as it takes it to get adopted and if it never gets adopted they keep it forever. They provide classes and have many community service programs such as the Feral Fix program for neutering and spaying feral cats. They have a well designed, very informative web site.

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