Dog Boarding In San Francisco
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Sit a Dog, Save a Life
Sit a Dog, Save a Life lets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already: asking your neighbors to watch your dog instead of leaving them in a kennel. Many Rover sitters in San Francisco donate a percentage of their earnings to nonprofits through Sit a Dog, Save a Life. When you book with a sitter who has the Rover Donation Badge on their profile, you're helping dogs in need, right here in San Francisco.
Copper's DreamCopper's Dream loves dogs. They love saving them. They love finding them great homes. They're a San Francisco Bay Area all-breed rescue saving dogs from shelters throughout California. Copper's Dream was founded with the goal to help end the euthanasia of adoptable dogs in the US through increasing public awareness, taking legal action benefiting shelter animals, and by rescuing dogs scheduled for euthanasia and placing them in permanent and loving homes.
Northern California Sled Dog RescueNorSled rescues, fosters and finds homes for unwanted, abandoned and abused Northern breed dogs: Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, Samoyeds, and mixes of these breeds.
NorSled works directly with shelters in most Northern California counties, and also if there is space, shelters in other Northern California areas, Central California and Western Nevada. In some circumstances NorSled may take owner surrenders, but they usually work through the shelter system. They work closely with other Nordic Breed rescues in other areas, and can refer owners in crisis to the rescue nearest them.
San Francisco SPCAAs the fourth oldest humane society in the U.S. and the founders of the No-Kill movement, the SF SPCA has always been at the forefront of animal welfare. As a result of our efforts and those of our community partners, San Francisco has the lowest euthanasia rate of any major city in the United States. No adoptable dog or cat in San Francisco goes without a home, even if they have medical or other issues.
TikiHut Akita Rescue AssociationThe TikiHut Akita Rescue Association is a small organization run solely by volunteers, dedicated to rehoming and rehabilitating Akitas. Sadly, they are in business because we live in a throw-away society where people's obsession with material things include their companion animals. Many dogs end up in the shelters because they were picked up as strays or turned in by their owners. The reasons are many, but the outcome for the animals is the same unless a rescue group such as theirs, steps in to intervene.
More on San FranciscoThe second-most densely populated city in the United States, San Francisco isn't just home to many people, but many pets. And that's why we love it.
If rolling hills and cable cars aren't enough to keep you moving, dog-loving San Franciscans can always count on the city's multitude of off-leash dog parks, free-roaming beaches, and recreational areas to keep their furry friends entertained.
From Parkside to Nob Hill, Rover.com has built a network of dog lovers in close proximity to dog parks and beaches so owners in need of loving dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking services can always find their match.
Because we believe your dog always deserves a loving home, no matter where life takes you.
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