meet our animals
Visit our available dogs and cats.
Ernie – Adopted Dec 2020
Hercules – Adopted Aug 2020
If you see an animal you are interested in adopting, please complete the application process below.
To provide shelter and compassionate care to our community’s animals in need, offer programs that improve their lives, and strengthen the lifelong commitment between animals and people.
LOST PET? Follow These Steps For A Speedy Reunion
If your pet has gone missing, following all of the steps below will give you the best chance of finding him/her as quickly as possible.
Step #1 Don’t despair
Step #2 Fill out the HSNB lost pet report
Step #3 Check our Facebook page regularly to see if your pet was brought in as a stray
Step #4 Check out other shelters in the area
Step #5 If you suspect your pet is at a shelter call us! It is critical to schedule an in-person appointment to claim your pet.
Step #6 Check other Facebook pages such as Vallejo Lost Dogs (Cats are listed too)
Step #7 Check Nextdoor – neighbors often post found dogs here.
Step #8 Go old school – don’t underestimate the power of posting lost pet posters in your neighborhood and at local gathering places.
Wishing you a quick and happy reunion.
Our Featured Pets
To adopt a featured pet, click on the link below and complete the dog or cat adoption application.
If you’re looking for companionship, but can’t commit to a full-time pet, please consider volunteering or fostering. We are always looking for foster caregivers for our cats and dogs. Apply to be a foster and make a difference to a pet in need.
We also need caring volunteers to spend quality time with our dogs and cats at the shelter and to promote our adoptable pets online.
Want to do good and get some exercise?
Checkout our dog-walking program.
Animal Welfare Concerns
If you see or suspect that an animal is being abused or neglected, please report it to the Solano County Sheriff’s Animal Control Services immediately. Please contact the nearest authority:
All animal welfare checks, complaints, and enforcement are handled by the Solano County Sheriff’s Animal Control Division. The HSNB does not have the legal authority to investigate or pursue suspected animal abuse situations.
The HSNB provides adoption and shelter services for the community’s lost and homeless animals. The HSNB is not a government-funded agency, and does not have jurisdiction to investigate, uphold or enforce laws related to cases of animal cruelty.
The HSNB is not affiliated with, nor financially supported by, any other humane society, animal welfare group, or national organization. We are an independent organization and do not receive funding from either the Humane Society of America or The Humane Society of the United States.
The HSNB is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. Our tax ID # is 94-3041601.
Donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law.