San Diego Humane Society


Rating: 4.7

Average rating from 3 reviews.

(4.7 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)


1078 miles away
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Reader's Reviews (3)
Melyssa G.
Rating: 4

All in all pretty good

posted 7 years ago

This facility is well kept and the animals seem healthy and happy in general, which is most important!

However, every time I was interested in a pet, they gave me a slight cold shoulder and didn't take me seriously...they seemed to be judging me. Maybe it's because I'm younger than most people who are looking for a pet there (I'm 19) but I am nicely dressed and have a great house to love a pet in..and I have the income! I know some other people, though, who are in their 30's who felt the same way I do.

I have to give them a 4 because I do think the most important thing is to keep the animals happy, healthy and comfortable (and man, they are comfortable!). But good service would be nice to see and it's the only aspect keeping them from a perfect rating.

Pros: Very clean facility

Cons: Rude staff

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Nicole w.
Rating: 5

Great shelter

posted 7 years ago

The san diego humane society is a great place to adopt an animal, i rescued my iguana from there and got both of my dog's micro-chipped and their rabies tag's there. The staff are a little less knowledgeable then the average vet's office but they do what they do well. I would recommend anyone to check it out.

Pros: Great facility

Cons: staff is a little slow

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