Pets Unlimited finds and rescues as many injured and neglected pets as possible, providing them quality medical treatment and finding them loving homes no matter how long it takes.
Every year, thousands of cats and dogs end up in local shelters across the Bay Area. Sadly, if these pets aren’t claimed or adopted quickly, their futures become uncertain. Some animals are euthanized because of illness or injury. Others are lost because their owners can’t afford medical care when needed. Even more pets are simply unlucky – the perfect family ready to welcome a new pet into their lives didn’t pick that week to come into the shelter.
That’s where Pets Unlimited comes in. We make weekly rescue trips to shelters in the Bay Area and surrounding counties to save these pets from a hopeless future. Many of our animals are adopted into loving families mere days or weeks after being admitted to our shelter. Others take months – and some of our dog and cat residents have been with us more than a year before finding a permanent home.
The Adoption Center is located on the upper level of the Pets Unlimited Veterinary Center on the southwest corner of Fillmore and Washington Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights district. Visitors are also encouraged to visit our Meet The Pets page to learn more about the cats and dogs currently available for adoption.
Visitors are welcome during the following hours:
We are proud to report our Shelter Statistics for 2012, reported in accordance with the Asilomar Accords and made possible by a grant from Maddie’s Fund.
In the closing months of 2004, some of the most influential leaders in the animal welfare movement came together to create and promote, as a national standard, a document based on collaboration, mutual respect, uniform definitions, data collection and transparency. For more information, please visit the Asilomar Accords page on the Maddie’s Fund website.