Humane Society Welcomes 15 Dogs From Areas Affected By Hurricane Michael

Update by the San Diego Humane Society

Thank you to Santa Barbara Humane Society who came to SDHS today to take 15 of the 93 dogs we received yesterday from Florida. We are working with rescue organizations and shelters across the region to help get these dogs into loving homes where they belong.

Source: Santa Barbara Humane Society

On Friday, October 19th the Santa Barbara Humane Society will receive fifteen dogs transferred from shelters in Florida impacted by Hurricane Michael.

The San Diego Humane Society, in collaboration with the Humane Society of the United States arranged for a transfer of 93 dogs from three shelters located in Florida. The transfer of these dogs will allow St Joseph Bay Humane Society, Escambia County Animal Services, and Humane Society of Bay County space for animals displaced due to Hurricane Michael.

Employees from the Santa Barbara Humane Society will drive two cargo vans to San Diego to pick up the animals on Friday morning. The employees, along with the fifteen dogs, will arrive back at the Santa Barbara Humane Society sometime Friday night. The dogs will be quarantined until they undergo health and behavioral exams, at which point they will become adoptable.


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