Sonoma Humane Society

Sonoma Humane Society

5345 Hwy 12 W.
Santa Rosa, California 95407
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Local Phone: (707) 542-0882

A Safe Haven for Animals

Serving our community since 1931, the Sonoma Humane Society is a donor supported safe haven for animals. We’re dedicated to bringing people and companion animals together for a lifetime of love.

The animals in our care receive medical treatment (including spay/neuter surgery), training services, and adoption assistance. We believe that no effort is too great when a life is at stake. With your help, we give hope to every animal.

The Sonoma Humane Society has two locations in Sonoma County; our primary Center for Animals is located in Santa Rosa. In addition, our Healdsburg Center is located at 14242 Bacchus Landing Way.

SHS is a no kill organization. Our Landmark Agreement with Sonoma County Animal Services helps ensure a positive outcome for all healthy and curable animals in our community.

Thanks to commitment, creative thinking, and a whole lot of community support, the good folks at Sonoma Humane Society are doing some great things for the county's animals and their human families. Sonoma Humane delivers sheltering services to Sebastopol and Healdsburg, and partners with Petaluma Animal Services to provide animal control and related services for Healdsburg's strays and surrendered pets. more »
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Last year we told you about the good folks at Petaluma Animal Services. Driven by the philosophy of "Save Them All? Yes!" and realizing the community would never get to that state if it had to rely on taxpayer funds, they took over the operation of the city's animal care and control services. "As an open admission shelter, we have to take any animal regardless of breed, age, or condition," explains shelter Training Director Valerie Fausone. Within the year, they'd achieved a 98% live release rate, as dogs and cats went back to their original families or found new loving homes. more »
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