SF SPCA

SF SPCA Adoption Center - Mission Campus

250 Florida St.
San Francisco, California 94103
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Local Phone: (415) 522-3500
E-mail: publicrelations@sfspca.org

San Francisco SPCA 150 Year Birthday logo
Simply put: the SF SPCA cares. We care for the abused or abandoned dog, for feral cats fending for themselves, and for animals in pain and requiring treatment. The care that we and our community of supporters provide makes the difference between neglect and nurturing, hurting and health, loneliness and a loving home.

Hours:
   • Monday – Friday, 1 p.m. – 7 p.m.
   • Saturday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Note: They process adoptions until one hour before closing.

Humane society, San Francisco County, dog rescue, dog training

Photo: Matt Cain - San Francisco SPCA
Photo: Matt Cain - San Francisco SPCA
Looking for a sweet, loving young dog? Meet Matt Cain. This one-year-old German shepherd mix boy loves to meet new people, eat delicious treats and get tons of affection. He is blind, but that doesn't stop him from enjoying everything life has to offer. He will need daily mental and physical exercise to keep his mind and body in tip-top shape so if you think Matt's the one for you, stop by the SF SPCA's Mission campus to meet him! more »
Logi Circle Camera to Dog Adopters in May
Logitech has teamed up with the San Francisco SPCA and throughout the month of May is gifting dog adopters at San Francisco SPCA with a FREE Logi Circle Home Security Camera (valued at $199.99), a wireless camera that instantly connects you to your pets! more »
Dogs on Santa's lap
Photo courtesy: SF SPCA
If you live in the Bay Area or plan a holiday-season trip to the City by the Bay, be sure to stop by the flagship Macy’s store on Union Square to ooh and aah over the Macy’s Holiday Windows displays featuring adoptable animals from the San Francisco SPCAmore »
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May 30 - 31 Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days is back!
The San Francisco SPCA is kicking things off with a cocktail party on Friday, May 29 at the Mission campus. Adoption fees will be waived all weekend to help animals find their new home. Last year, SF SPCA sent home 128 animals during Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days. They hope to double that number this year. more »

SF SPCA ad The 146-year-old San Francisco SPCA, first animal welfare organization in the nation to adopt a “no-kill” policy for abandoned and surrendered animals, has joined forces with Pets Unlimited, a nonprofit that has been rehabilitating and adopting out cats and dogs for more than 60 years. The merger means clients and the community can now benefit from two state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals and adoption centers, one in Pacific Heights and one in the Mission.  more »

two dogs snuggling on couch
So much better together. (CC) cskk
DogTrekker is happy to report that our rescue partners, the San Francisco SPCA and Pets Unlimited, have merged, creating a centralized animal care nonprofit. As a result, the organization’s two veterinary hospitals will both fall under the San Francisco SPCA Veterinary Hospital name. Despite the name change, there will be no changes in operations at the hospitals. Clients and their pets will continue to receive great care from the same veterinarians and support staff at each campus location. more »
Adorable puppy up for adoption at Rescue Row Event San Francisco
Adorable puppy ready for a nap
With over 286 animals adopted out to loving homes in just two days, there was much to celebrate during the Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days event at the newly designated Rescue Row in San Francisco. more »
Lucca a dog for adoption at SF SPCA
Meet Lucca
Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days is offering free adoptions to qualified households at events throughout the Bay Area May 31 and June 1. Help them reach their goal of finding loving homes for 10,000 homeless animals during this amazing 2-day event.

Maddie’s Fund, a pet rescue foundation, is helping to create a no-kill nation where all healthy and treatable shelter dogs are guaranteed a loving home. Maddie's Pet Adoption Days help little guys like Lucca find their forever family. more »
wag brigade
In December, SFO will launch a new program, titled “Wag Brigade,” to bring trained dogs to the terminals to make passenger travel more enjoyable. The San Francisco Chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) will bring nine dogs, certified through their Animal Assisted Therapy (ATT) Program, to roam the terminals to take the stress out of holiday travel.  more »
pup behind bars
Locally, the San Francisco SPCA started noticing that a high percentage of people who brought their dog to the SPCA's veterinary and spay/neuter clinics said they'd bought the dogs from online breeders. Conducting a survey, the SPCA found that about 30% of the local dogs in its sample appeared to be puppy mill alumni. And all too often, these dogs end up in the shelter system, with health or behavior issues due to their bad start in life.  more »
DogTrekker wants to thank the San Francisco SPCA and partner 7x7 for staging a great neighborhood event last Saturday in the City's Hayes Valley. Hundreds of dogs brought their uprights to the street party on Octavia between Hayes & Fell to participate in a talent contest, check out the local companies supporting the event and adopt dogs, cats and even bunnies.  more »
Come join DogTrekker and partner KFOG Radio this Saturday, September 24th, for Dogma:, a street party in San Francisco's Hayes Valley. You can enter your dog in the pet talent contest (awesome costumes count too) and strut away with great prizes for you and Fido. Dogma: is a San Francisco SPCA fund raising event that supports pet adoptions. more »
DogTrekker and staff (including our Chief Operating Dog, Kayla) attended a fun-filled day on Treasure Island Saturday, August 2nd for the 2nd Annual Harvest Howl. Held at the very dog-passionate Treasure Island Winery, there was wine tasting for uprights 21 years and older, K9 obedience and demonstrations, local food vendors and plenty of doggie-treats to go around.  more »
You and Captain can unleash your inner pirate in style at the second annual Harvest Howl at Treasure Island Wines on San Francisco's Treasure Island—except we're pretty sure you'll be eating and drinking in finer style than the buccaneers. Launchers of the TI wine scene in 2007, dog-friendly from the get-go and big supporters of the San Francisco SPCA, TI Wines puts it all together in a 1-4 p.m. event in which you and yours can cruise and schmooze amid the casks inside the winery (a former Navy post exchange) and enjoy artisan wines crafted to pair well with tasty foods, of which there will be plenty.

With Whole Foods on hand, vegetarians and vegans will not be left out. Inside, Fido can enjoy tastings at the Purina treat station. Outside, you can enjoy the bounty at picnic tables, watch training demos and visit Well Dogs Bodyworks for a doggie massage. DogTrekker readers can partake of a two-for-one special through Aug. 1 by mentioning the code “howltrek. more »
Dog Day on the Bay Hundreds of dogs and their human uprights spent a beautiful Dog Day on The Bay last Sunday aboard the San Francisco Belle, largest of the seven vessels operated by Hornblower Cruises & Events on San Francisco Bay. The 7th annual fundraiser for the San Francisco SPCA included a two-hour cruise, doggie buffet (humans had their own delectable buffet as well), live entertainment, water bars, stunning bay views—and a sod-covered poop deck. All pups received two color photos of themselves with their humans in the background. more »
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