San Diego Animal Shelters With Dog Adoptions

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San Diego Animal SheltersA big hurrah if you’re planning on adopting a dog from one of the San Diego Animal Shelters. You’ve made a wise decision and you certainly have come to the right place. Why? Because we have hundreds of wonderful rescue dogs ready to be adopted. San Diego Animal Shelters include a network of three local shelters located throughout the San Diego area with their locations listed below.

When people are looking to get a dog, they sometimes go to a pet store or seek out a breeder to buy one. Here’s the thing … when you get a dog from one of our local San Diego Animal Shelters, you’re not only getting a loving pet but you’re also opening up a spot for another rescue. Another plus is that you’ll see a great variety of dogs to choose from when you go to one of our San Diego Animal Shelters. You’ll be pleased when you find just the perfect dog for you and your family.

San Diego Animal Shelters

San Diego Animal Shelter Central
5480 Gaines Street
San Diego, CA 92110-2887
619-767-2675

The County of San Diego Department of Animal Services provides dog licensing and animal control services for the unincorporated areas of San Diego County and the cities of Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

San Diego Animal Shelter North
2481 Palomar Airport Road
Carlsbad, CA 92011-1531
619-767-2675

San Diego Animal Shelter South
5821 Sweetwater Road
Bonita, CA 91902-2219
619-767-2675

Chula Vista Animal Care
130 Beyer Way
Chula Vista, CA 91911
619-691-5123

Adopting you new best friend is exciting! You are off to a great start. The next few steps will help guide you through the adoption process.

San Diego Adopt Me
1015 Sixth Ave. 
Coronado, CA 92118-1897
619-920-7297

Escondido Humane Society
3450 East Valley Parkway
Escondido, CA 92027
760-888-BARK (2275)

There are lots of ways to help the Escondido Humane Society make a difference for homeless animals in our community. Adopt a pet and provide a loving forever home. Volunteer to walk dogs or cuddle cats and bunnies. Foster animals in need. Or support us through your financial contributions. The possibilities are endless. Join our lifesaving work, and stand with us to ensure that our doors are always open for every animal, every day.

San Diego Animal Center
6461 El Apajo Road
Rancho Sante Fe, CA 92067
858-756-4117

Located in San Diego, Helen Woodward Animal Center is a unique, private, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people. For more than 30 years, our no-kill Center has provided humane care and animal adoption for orphaned animals, as well as animal-centered educational and therapeutic programs for people. The Center is a dynamic, evolving institution that is an agent of change for the animal welfare world. Not only are we operating innovative and beneficial programs for animals and people, but we are teaching others around the world how to successfully market and promote their animal adoption and humane programs and stop the senseless death of thousands of animals.

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San Diego Animal Shelters

San Diego Animal Shelters are an amazing place to pick out a lifelong family companion. They are sure to have your next future dog!

Animal SheltersAs soon as you choose a dog at one of our San Diego Animal Shelters you’ll need to him trained. To help you with this decision we’ve produced a guide for dog training in San Diego. Some new dog owners will enroll the dog in group classes sponsored by a local pet store or park. Others prefer to hire a professional dog trainer, which can be really expensive. For many though, the most satisfying thing to do is train the dog yourself as you build a bond with the dog that lasts a lifetime. Choosing how you want your dog trained can be time-consuming and confusing as it’s a big decision so take your time.

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Training Your Dog At Home


Shelter Dog TrainingOne of the most rewarding things you can do with a new rescue is train your dog at home. It’s less expensive and more fun for you and the dog. And, the reality is you’ll be training the dog later, even if you have a professional do the initial training. We have affordable, easy-to-understand online dog training videos that can help you in the process.

Our Inside Out Basic Obedience Series feature Jason Rae and his breakthrough positive training methods that produce fantastic results. These affordable programs not only cover the how-to in dog training but the psychology of working with dogs which will give you a broader understanding of your relationship. Another very popular and inexpensive series is our Solving Dog Behavior Problems Series, which shows owners how to fix their dog’s behavior problems themselves using positive methods. The videos cover solutions to 20 of the most common dog behavior problems.

The main thing to remember though is to make sure you go to one of the San Diego Animal Shelters to get your dog. You won’t be sorry you did.
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