21632 Newland Street

Huntington Beach, CA 92646 US

714-536-8480

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ADOPTION POLICY 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR ADOPTION:

  • A Pre-Adoption Application must be completed and approved by the staff before the adoption process will begin.  (Applications are at our shelter)
  • Proof of home ownership will be required along with the Pre-Adoption Application Home Owners - (property tax bill or mortgage statement)  Renters - (current Rental Agreement.  If Agreement indicates must have prior written consent from the Landlord or stating pets are not allowed unless confirming size of pet, etc. A Pet Amendment must be provided from your Landlord.
  • A six-foot high fence is required in most instances.
  • If family owns another dog, you must bring that dog(s) to meet the new potential adopted pet.
  • Pets will not be adopted out if it is for a gift (a "surprise" for someone).
  • All members in the household need to be present during the visit. 
  • If your application is denied, reason or explanation may not be released

COST OF ADOPTION:

 Puppies $200 (under a year)     

  Dogs $150.00 (a year and up)

 Kittens: $120.00 (under a year)

 Cats: $100.00  (a year and up)    

 50% off all Senior Pets (7 years and up)

 50% off all Adult Pitbull Mixes (a year and up)

 All of our adoptions include: spay/neuter, pre-adoption exam, vaccinations, microchip with registration, and a free exam at AAA Animal Hospital.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) -------------

Tuesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Wednesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Thursday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Friday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Saturday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Sunday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you to the OC Humane Society team for introducing us to Maxwell (now Bruno) he has been an amazing addition to our little family. He knows all of his basic commands and even knows heel! A surprise to us since he was found as a stray."
    Sandy T. / Huntington Beach, CA

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