East Bay SPCA-Oakland

East Bay SPCA-Oakland

8323 Baldwin St.
Oakland, California 94621
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Local Phone: (510) 569-0702
E-mail: [email protected]

The East Bay SPCA has helped injured, lost and abandoned animals since 1874. They serve Alameda and Contra Costa Counties at sites in Dublin and Oakland.

The East Bay SPCA is committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in the communities they serve. They strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals.

East Bay SPCA Carries On
While some of the East Bay SPCA’s programs and services have been suspended due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have not stopped serving our community.

Animal Care

Many of our animals are living in foster homes, where all supplies are provided by the East Bay SPCA. We are accepting stray animals including neonatal kittens, owner surrenders from families who have experienced a change in life circumstances, and we are transferring animals from our municipal partners as needed. more »
Courtesy: East Bay SPCA
Courtesy: East Bay SPCA
The East Bay SPCA has completely revamped their training classes to accommodate the modern needs of the urban or suburban dog while using the most effective, cutting-edge, scientifically supported learning theory and teaching methods. more »
East Bay SPCA 2018
Meet the two tiny dancers of the East Bay SPCA, Pirouette (2-ish) and Tutu (3-ish). These two are sisters. They're bonded. They're a package deal. They've been together all their lives, and now they're in search of a home where they can stay that way. These cute little Chihuahua-terrier mixes with endearing personalities won't take up a lot of room in your house (or your backpack), but they will take up a lot of space in your heart. They're just waiting to move in. Find out more from their friends at East Bay SPCA in Oakland. more »
Robin Hood, photo courtesy: East Bay SPCA
Robin Hood, photo courtesy: East Bay SPCA
Meet Robin Hood! This foxy little guy, currently enjoying the hospitality of the East Bay SPCA while he awaits his new home, got his name for his free spirit and his resemblance to the Disney cartoon character. Now he wants to join your merry band. He's a young Chihuahua mix, but a bit bigger; like a small terrier. At 2, he's old enough to know his own mind; he's smart and independent, fond of making his own decisions. But he's also willing to listen to you and go along, especially if treats are involved. Robin prefers an adult family with no other dogs. If you're looking for an engaging companion for your adventures, he's your guy. more »
Adopt me! at the East Bay SPCA Adoptathon
Photo courtesy: East Bay SPCA
Matches were made, and homes were found on Saturday, July 18 at Jack London Square in Oakland during the East Bay SPCA’s annual Adopt-a-thon eventmore »
Things have been pretty lively over at the East Bay SPCA lately. Especially since the Oaktown Pup video, featuring EBSPCA dogs, people, and even Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf showing off their dance moves, went viral — it passed 1 million views some time ago. more »
Sugar the rescue dogIf you're looking for a new best friend, here's your chance! The good folks at the East Bay SPCA will be going all-out to get the East Bay's homeless animals into new forever families on Saturday, July 19, as they host 34 rescue groups and shelters at their annual Adopt-a-Thon in Oakland's Jack London Squaremore »
Dilly the dog up for adoption
Meet cuddler extraordinaire Dilly at the East Bay SPCA's Dublin facility, where he's currently waiting for the people who will love him forever so he can love them back. This sweet little guy with the big, soulful brown eyes is a Chihuahua/Cairn terrier mix, about 1 1/2 years old, and has won many fans with his affectionate, low-maintenance disposition. He'd really like someone to share a home with.  more »
Sunday afternoon, October 2 at 2 p.m. at its Dublin adoption center, East Bay SPCA offers a chance to enjoy wine from Canine Wines and Flora Springs, sample tasty hors d'oeuvres, meet adoptable animals, listen to live music, and make generous bids on silent auction items, all in support of its lifesaving work. Founded in Oakland in 1874, the East Bay SPCA is an independent, privately funded organization that operates two adoption facilities, one in Oakland and one in Dublin, as well as a spay/neuter clinic in Oakland. Over the last decade, EBSPCA has placed more than 25,000 dogs and cats in loving homes. Papaya-East Bay SPCAAmong the guest stars appearing at Growl, Meow & Wine, along with her adopters, is Papaya, a 14-year-old Chihuahua that EBSPCA rescued from another shelter where she was in danger of being euthanized due to her advanced age. Hers is one of the many happy stories to be told Sunday afternoon at the Dublin adoption center. Get the details here.

Photo: Papaya: East Bay SPCA  more »
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