January  29,  2015


On March 1, 2014, the San Francisco SPCA and Pets Unlimited merged, creating a centralized animal care nonprofit. By joining together, our like-minded organizations can better support our community, clients, and the animals that we serve.

The animals are the biggest beneficiaries of this merger. By leveraging the SF SPCA’s established website, promotions and marketing programs, we have already significantly increased adoptions at the Pacific Heights campus. Efficiencies from the combined organization will mean more money can go directly to programs and we plan to significantly increase the amount of charity veterinary care available at both hospitals. The combined result should save at least 1,000 additional lives each year.

Our clients and community will also greatly benefit from of the newly combined organization. We now have two wonderful adoption centers and two world-class veterinary hospitals, one each in the Mission and in Pacific Heights. There are incredible volunteer opportunities at both campuses. And we still have a range of nationally-recognized programs at our Mission Campus, including dog training, animal assisted therapy, youth programs, and community engagement.