Finding the right pet
The Escondido Humane Society and its staff want each adoption to be a lifelong success. We offer several programs to help you with any behavioral/training issues you may have with your new pet. Although we observe each dog during their stay here and every dog is temperament tested, they may not exhibit the same demeanor once they are settled into your home. If you begin to experience behavior problems or have specific concerns, please contact us for a complimentary consultation with our Director of Animal Behavior Services. This consultation is free for all animals adopted from the Escondido Humane Society. Pet adoption is a lifetime commitment, and we are here to help you and your pet create a happy home!
Behaviorist's Corner
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Become a member
Dedication Tags
Planned Giving
Wish List
Help as you shop
Million Dollar Match
Donor Privacy Policy
Adult Dog Foster Care
Adult Cat Foster Care
Virtual Volunteers
Youth programs
Adult programs
Education classes
Resource Library
Bahaviorist's Corner
Shelter/rescue directory
Contact us
Hours and directions
Board of Directors
Employment opportunities
Lost pets
Found pets
Licensing your pet
Animal cruelty
Barking dogs
Animal bites
Injured animals
Animal laws
Animal Control fees
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Adoption fees
Special pets
Video links
Happy Tails
Shop 'N' Adopt
Events Calendar
Paws in the Park
Tails at Twilight
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Checklist for New Adopters
Dog and puppy resources
Barking When Left Alone
Why Dogs Bite
Destructive Chewing
When Your Dog Thinks Hes Boss
Fear or thunder/loud noises
Seperation anxiety
Benefits of crate training
Housetraining tips
Housetraining troubleshooting
Sit for attention
Sit for food
Teaching your dog its name
Social handling/health exam
Understanding reactive dogs
Have fun with your dog
Cat and kitten resources
Living With More Than One Cat
Resolving Feline Aggression
Cat to Cat Introductions
Destructive scratching
Your new cat or kitten
Rough play
Surviving the feline teens
Living with cat allergies
Keep Your Cat from Getting Bored
Why do cats meow?
Dogs and cats living in harmony
Cat health care
The truth about declawing
House soiling
General topics
Moving with your pet
Grieving the loss of a pet
Hot weather and your pets
Escondido Humane Society | 3450 East Valley Parkway, Escondido CA 92027 | (760) 888 - BARK (2275)
Adoption Center open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week | Animal Control open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week
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