San Antonio Humane Society
Rating: 4.89 stars 45 reviews
Location: 4804 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio TX 78229 USA
Results: The San Antonio Humane Society is the number one animal adoption agency in the San Antonio area.
Target demographics: People who are passionate about dogs and cats, living in San Antonio and the surrounding area
Direct beneficiaries per year: By adopting out approximately a little more than 5,000 animals a year, our shelter gives stray animals an opportunity to be adopted into forever, loving homes
Programs: Adoption, Spay/Neuter, Wellness Clinics, Microchipping, Disaster Relief, Pet Guardianships, Transfer Program and Medical Rescue
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The San Antonio Humane Society is a shining example of a non-profit organization living their mission day-in and day-out. Our results are continuously monitored and reported, in an effort to keep all of us focused on specific goals and objectives, as well as holding everyone accountable for our results.
I have found serving on the Board to be a wonderful experience . We are a diverse group that bring a wide array of experience. Our time together in Board and Committee meetings is always well-organized, highly productive and efficient.
The last comment I would like to make is about our staff and volunteers. You are hard-pressed to find a team of employees and volunteers that are more proud of the facility they support and the service they provide. Visitors are always taken by the wonderful environment within which the San Antonio Humane Society connects friends for life.
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The organization is in great need of a hospital, in order to expand their capabilities.
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