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2500 16th StreetSAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
(415)554-3000

2412 miles away
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Jean K.
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Rating: 5

A model for other shelters

posted 5 years ago

A dear friend of mine who is a dog trainer took Jean Donaldson's course at the San Francisco SPCA. The students get project dogs from the shelter to live and train with them. They get a different dog every week of the course.

It is a very intense course and the people I know who have completed this course are now making a difference in the dog training world. I have often wished I were able to go there and take the course myself.

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Elizabeth  M.
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Rating: 5

Excellent Shelter

posted 5 years ago

I had the pleasure of a back stage tour of the shelter with their ED and other staff and was impressed with how they operate. I was especially impressed with their collaboration with the animal control which is located close by. Their volunteer program is also well integrated into their operation and incredibly valuable.

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Recent Reviews For Services Near 94103

January 20, 2008 | By Elis A.

As a Jr. Volunteer at the SF/SPCA, I've been to the Animal Care and Control many times. I love the staff there, and I love that the animals are well taken care of and loved by the many people that wor… more ›

October 31, 2007 | By Softstars

This is a great city shelter and a wonderful model for other progressive cities. Dogs get to participate in near daily socialization sessions where they play and interact with other dogs housed in th… more ›