Today for #thankyouthursday, we’d like to thank our adoption counselor Erica. Because of our conversation-based adoption practices, potential adopters need to converse with someone! That person is Erica. She really gets to know each dog who comes through our doors so that she can help interested people navigate the unique needs of each dog. The level of emotional attachment and caring that is visible in these pictures is visible in everything Erica does. Thank you for everything that you do Erica.

All Adoption Fees Waived for Clear the Shelters 2018

Lucy will have been looking for a home for 972 days on Saturday, August 18th. August 13, 2018 – Imagine rows of empty kennels and peaceful quiet at the Santa Barbara Humane Society. This could be reality after August 18, 2108, when the Santa Barbara Humane...

Santa Barbara Humane Society Requires Canine Influenza Vaccine for All Boarding Dogs as of October 1st

As of October 1st, 2018 we will require that all boarding dogs have completed their canine influenza vaccinations. The vaccination requires one round of the vaccine, then 3 weeks later a booster shot. The booster shot needs to be done at least a week in...

KCLU Covers the Santa Barbara Humane Society and Wildlife Care Network

This article was copied from KCLU.org. To listen, click here. Santa Barbara County Fire Not Only Forces Human Evacuations; Wildlife Rescue Facility Cleared By Lance Orozco - July 11, 2018. The Holiday fire didn’t just displace thousands of people in Santa...

All Cats and Kittens are 50% Off!

Santa Barbara Humane Society Presents Surprise Sale! 50% off All Kittens and Cats until August 1 July 13, 2018 – In the mood for some summer lovin’? Head right over to the Santa Barbara Humane Society and adopt your next kitten or cat – for 50% off the usual...

Emergency Shelter for Evacuated Animals

Due to the potential for heavy rain forecast for Tuesday night, the Santa Barbara Humane Society will be open early and late for free emergency boarding for dogs and cats Monday the 19th and Tuesday the 20th. Evacuees can come as early as 8AM. Please call...

Opera Santa Barbara Honors Evacuees Staying at Santa Barbara Humane Society

Join us this Saturday February 3rd at 3pm for a free concert benefiting the evacuees staying at the Santa Barbara Humane Society.   Opera Santa Barbara partners with the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony to present Benjamin Britten’s one-act community...

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