Hi, my name is Boomer.
I like playing with my human, going to the park, playing fetch that ball.
I am very calm when taking a bath, but you must get me in the tub first. When you come home, I’ll make you feel like your the most important person in world with my welcome home kisses and tail wagging. I will keep you safe at night by guarding you on the bed so no other person can disturb your sleep. I’m worth it! I like carrots, brocolli, yams and dog cookies and (lactose free) milk, just a name a few. But dont over feed me, because I dont know when stop eating. I would really like to be rehomed and loved. Thank you, Boomer.
Phone: (415) 577-1084
She is a very happy puppy once she get to know the person and also very loving she like that people Pay attention to her and give her love
Phone: (415) 769-8362
She is very playful and like that people Pat attention to her as well she like to play around so much she has a lot of enegery to play and play with other dogs once she gets to know them well
Phone: (415) 769-8362
Molly is a pint-sized princess. Molly is thought to be a 12 year old Chihuahua mix from Fresno Humane Society. In the beginning, she was very fearful of reaching hands, especially if those hands held leashes. We helped combat this fear by inviting her over to us instead of coming in and invading her space. Molly is still discovering for herself that humans are not here to harm her, but rather take care of her and provide her well-deserved TLC. We’ve seen for ourselves what great progress she’s made, though, as she’s been comfortable enough to climb into the laps of some folks! (Sans petting for now.) Molly looks forward to her future forever family that will be patient and empathetic with her delicate spirit. She will flourish in a kingdom where she can reign supreme, and her loyal human subjects cater to her every need.
**Special offer for a special dog! Molly has been at the shelter for several months and it’s time to find their forever home. Do you think Molly might be your one and only, but need to make sure it’s a good fit first? You can foster Molly to find out! If you’d like to do a week-long foster trial period with Molly, with the end goal of adopting them, please come check them out!
Jojo is a little love bug that prefers to be with his person. He needs lots of bathroom breaks and prefers to cuddle up with you. He does bark when anyone comes to the door, he is a great watch dog.
Phone: (415) 770-7596
She is very shy and she gets scared easily and she will need lots of time and training but once’s she bonds with her owner she will promise loyalty and lots of love
Phone: (415) 769-8362
Daisy is a five-year-old yellow lab mix who I rescued from Chicago. She was taken from her elderly owner and found, several months later, with clear signs of neglect. Despite the harsh conditions, she has the sweetest disposition. Daisy is playful and energetic and does well with both children and adults. She will need some training to be around other dogs, as she was not previously socialized but is very smart and a quick learner! Daisy has been developing some “rescue dog” behavior, such as resource guarding with food and toys, which I believe stems from the prolonged neglect and a lot of moving around as a foster. Daisy is the sweetest girl and especially opens up once she builds trust and familiarity. She loves to cuddle and is endearingly protective of her humans by standing watch and ensuring everyone is okay. Daisy makes for the best companion and will thrive with stability and care. The ideal candidate is someone who will be patient and loving as she adapts to her new environment. A home with a yard would be suitable for her energy or at least substantial walks. Daisy deserves the very best because she is the kindest soul whose been dealt a rough hand. Please contact me with any further questions or inquiries about meeting Daisy.
Phone: (847) 648-1020
Cozy is the most energetic yet couch potato at the same time. He doesn’t do well with kids unless they are in their teen years. Cozy knows tricks such as; sit, down, roll over, bang, beg, go “home” (which means he goes to his bed or crate), and bedtime (He goes into our room once it’s bed time). He has high anxiety but is such a confident pup at the same time. He lives best with being the only dog at home. Can mind his own business unless you’re cooking. The reason why we’re needing to rehome him is that my husband and I are trying to start a family and he does not work well with kids. His severe anxiety that may turn into growling does not also help my mental health because I seem always on edge when having him around others. He needs a loving home that is able to support his needs while also working on his behaviors.
Phone: (415) 975-1751
To expedite the adoption process, please complete the cat or dog adoption form and bring a printed copy with you to the SF SPCA Adoption Center (Hours & Location). This helps us better understand what sort of pet you’re looking for so we can guide you every step of the way! Please bring a valid photo ID and verification that you are allowed to have a pet where you currently live.
First, we’ll meet with you to find out more about you and your pet preferences and answer your questions. Our goal is to help you find the pet that best fits your lifestyle and living situation so we want to make sure you have a realistic understanding of the time and resources necessary to provide training, medical treatment, and proper care for your new pet. This can take time so please allow at least one hour for the adoption process.
Once we have a good understanding of your living situation and the type of pet you’re interested in, we’ll make introductions and let you spend some quality time getting to know each other to see if there’s a love connection. It’s important that all household members take part in this important decision so please make sure everyone is present (including any resident dogs if you’re considering adding a new pooch to your pack).
Once love happens, we’ll complete the paperwork, review all the SF SPCA adoption benefits, provide information on any known medical or behavioral issues, and share tips to make the transition a success for both you and your new pet.
We consider you and your new furry friend a part of the SF SPCA family so please reach out with questions ― and be sure to share your adoption stories and pet photos at sfspca.org/stories
Don’t forget to schedule your first free health exam at the SF SPCA Veterinary Hospital within three days of adopting.