Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Phone: 619-297-PAWS (7297)
Toll free: 1-866-348-7297
Or feel free to contact us via email:
Geraldine D’Silva, Director
Lauren Rogers, Program Specialist
Quinn Douglas-Hiley, PAWS Pantry Specialist
Rhea Abahazy, Program Assistant
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- Veterinarians Who Offer Discounts (PDF)
- Pantry Service PDF Download (PDF)
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ABOUT PAWS SAN DIEGO
PAWS San Diego, a program of San Diego Humane Society, helps people keep their pets by providing essential pet services and support to low-income pet families all over San Diego County.
Donate to PAWS San Diego!
Become a monthly donor and save lives all year long. Your support will keep San Diego pet families together.Donate Today
PAWS Food Distribution Events
Various dates and locations throughout San Diego County
The PAWS Pantry provides supplemental bags of dog and cat food for pick-up by income-qualified San Diego County residents.
Community Pet Event: Clairemont
San Diego Humane Society joins Councilmember Chris Cate to bring this pet and family friendly event to Clairemont. Neighborhood residents will have access to the following free/discounted services: spay/neuter appointment scheduling, pet supplies, vaccinations, microchipping, pet behavior and training tips and dog licensing.
COMMUNITY PET EVENT: vista
San Diego Humane Society will be offering the following free/discounted services to the Vista community: spay/neuter appointment scheduling, pet supplies, vaccinations, microchipping, pet behavior and training tips and dog licensing.
Volunteer with PAWS San Diego!
Help people keep their pets by providing essential pet services and support to low-income pet families.More Information
San Diego Humane Society is proud to have merged with PAWS San Diego in September 2014. PAWS San Diego provides essential pet services and support to low-income seniors, chronically ill, and disabled individuals. This vital community service is the official safety net program of San Diego Humane Society.