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(650) 340-7022

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12 Airport Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94401

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11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Mon - Fri

11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Sat - Sun

11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Phone: (650) 685-8511

Phone: (650) 348-7360

Primary Phone: (650) 685-8511

Fax Number: (650) 685-0678

General Info

Located in San Mateo, Calif., the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA is a nonprofit, animal welfare organization. It provides food and veterinary care for the lost, stray, unwanted and injured domestic and wild animals. The organization offers several programs, such as wildlife rehabilitation, education and advocacy, community outreach, rescue of animals in distress and investigation of animal cruelty. It provides home for dogs and cats, and adoption of dogs, cats and other pet animals. The organization s other services include animal control, hurricane relief, animal behavior programs, microchipping and licensing services. The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA has a wildlife care center that looks after more than 4,000 sick, injured and orphaned wildlife animals.

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Specialties: Bunnies, Cats, Dogs, Rabbits, Dog Sales, Puppy Sales

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    Rachel W.
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    04/26/2017

    My dog was found and I was never contacted. Though they said they did I never received a phone call or letter..... She was adopted out Thank God. But I sure did receive a bill. So they can get the bill to me but not a impound notice or my dog... Supervisor Dayna ridiculously rude, doesn't care about you or the animal just her paycheck...

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    04/04/2010

    The shelter is a great place to adopt pets from, the staff is friendly. My only negative is lack of response when reporting animal neglect. I have reported my neighbors dog as being neglected for over a year now & nothing has improved. I know they have been out to talk to my neighbors, but the only change is now the dog is chained up in the front yard with about 4 feet of chain no water & no shelter. It won't get hit by a car now, but this is cruel. Also, the dog is pregnant for a second time in the past year. Not sure what are terms for removing this dog from this home, but I would think, no shelter & no water would be considered neglect & cruel. I am at a loss as to what to do & it breaks my heart to see this dog so badly neglected.

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