Berkeley Humane continues to operate many of our programs and services, and have updated our processes and protocols to ensure the safety of our staff and volunteers and community members. Please review our Covid-19 page for the latest update on how our programs and services might have been affected.
Every Sunday 10am–12pm
2700 Ninth Street, Berkeley
- A two-week supply of dog or cat food distributed on a first-come, first-served basis (no appointment necessary)
- We’re not able to offer specific brands, formulas or flavors. Learn more.
- Mask and social distancing required
No matter how much you love your pet, sometimes it’s impossible for you to stay together.
If you need to surrender your pet, please contact us to learn about our process and how we can help him/her find a new home and loving family.
You can also facilitate the process on your own by using Rehome, where you can create an online profile and screen potential adopters while your pet remains in your care.
Founded in 2016 by Berkeley Humane to reduce animal overpopulation and maintain the health of our community’s dogs and cats, Spay the Bay offers:
- Low-cost vaccinations on clinic days
- Low-cost spay/neuter surgeries by appointment only
Please visit Spay the Bay for more information.
Call (510) 845-7735 x215 or submit your inquiry for free pet behavior advice on topics such as:
- Dog: Crate training, fearful behavior, separation anxiety, destructive behavior
- Cat: Scratching or biting, litter training or potty issues
When your pet can no longer live with dignity and without pain, you may opt for euthanasia. By appointment only Tuesdays through Thursdays 8AM–3PM. The fee is $150.
Please note we’re unable to provide emergency service—please contact your nearest veterinarian.
We do not have appointments available until further notice. Please contact the following non-profit clinics:
What Would Happen to Your Pet if Something Happens to You?
Use our free will-planning tool to create your legally-binding will in 20 minutes.
We know the enormous sadness of losing a pet. Since 2004, we have provided comfort to thousands of pet parents coping with the loss of a beloved family pet.
Join our free virtual pet loss support group every 3rd Tuesday of the month, 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
For more information, please call Jill Goodfriend, RN, LCSW at (510) 393-1359.
Click on the links below for additional local resources, as well as tips and guides.
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We're here for our community's pets
Berkeley Humane believes that nobody should have to choose between feeding themselves and feeding their pet. Nobody should have to go without lifesaving vaccines for their pet. And every person and pet deserve a roof over their head – especially during the winter months. That’s why we’re doing this work every day. And that’s the change that you can make by donating now.
Your donation will go right back into the community, helping your neighbors to keep their families together.