Welcome to Your Rancho Coastal Humane Society

Celebration of Second Chances - October 13, 2018
Please Click Photo for an Important Message to All of Our Supporters.
MEET BRODY!
When a Wings of Rescue flight carrying homeless pets from Hurricane Florence was packed full, a San Diego woman vowed to return to pick up a dog that was left behind. Three adult dogs and a puppy are scheduled to arrive at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) in Encinitas late Thursday evening thanks to the generosity of Greatergood.org and the woman who kept her promise.
MEET VALERYA!
A Louisiana puppy who happily joined Brody on his flight to San Diego!
MEET JARVIS!
This Louisiana dog's just landed and he's on his way to Rancho Coastal Humane Society!
MEET SUSAN!
A Louisiana dog who hitched a flight with Brody, Jarvis and Valerya! What a trip!
Sugar was rescued off the street, but when she suffered a huge fall out an apartment window the medical bills were more than her owner could afford. Together we save lives. Thanks to the FACE Foundation and your Rancho Coastal Humane Society, Sugar will be available for adoption this Thursday afternoon. She's ready to begin the life she nearly missed. Watch here for updates and more information about Sugar.
Today they'll move into a
Herald and Gerald spent 7 months in a wire crate before being transferred to your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. On October 10th, they moved into a "Cottage Kennel" created specially for them.
Please Click on Photo to See Herald and Gerald in their New Home.
We need some Seeing Eye People for Gerald and Herald
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Thanks to the readers of Rancho and Coast Magazine. The "Best of" awards are out and your Rancho Coastal Humane Society made it again this year in the category of Pet Adoption.
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One Lucky Duck
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Our website enables you to search for an adoptable pet, learn more about the RCHS community and educational services, and find out how to donate or volunteer.

Did you know that Rancho Coastal Humane Society was the first in the entire nation to go solar? We encourage you to visit our campus in beautiful Encinitas, which is also home to the Military Working Dog (MWD) memorial and many educational programs for all members of the family.

Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) is dedicated to the rescue and shelter of abandoned companion animals, encouraging adoptions into loving homes, and promoting humane ideals through education and community outreach.