Profile Information

Humane Society of the North Bay

1121 Sonoma Blvd., Vallejo, CA 94590


HSNB operates a 24/7 shelter to house stray animals; we return lost pets to their homes; we find homes for those without them; we provide veterinary care for animals in need; we educate the public about the need to spay/neuter, vaccinate, and microchip their pets; we host a monthly spay/neuter clinic for cats; we process dog licenses; we loan humane traps for the spay/neuter of feral cats; and we strive to strengthen the lifelong commitment between animals and people.

Mission Statement

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.


Dog and cat animal adoption program: We intake adoptable animals, and provide them room and board along with veterinary care. While animals are in our care, we perform public outreach to find them the best homes possible, a companion, their "Furever Family"!


Spay/neuter program: This program helps support the education of the public on the importance of spaying and neutering animals, lending traps to the community for Trap/Neuter/Release of feral cats. It is a great program to reduce the population of un-tamed cats running around feral which could also spread disease.


Over the past two years, we have found "Furever" homes for 1,084 dogs and 989 cats for a total of 2,073 animals!

We have provided veterinary care to homeless animals, in the amount of $ 285,565; That's an average of $142,782 a year which calculates to $11, 899 a month. 

Funding Goals

  • $2,500 for our adoption program
  • $2,500 for our spay/neuter program


Animals & Wildlife

Communities Served

Solano County

Organization Information

  • IRS Determination Date: 4/26/2001
  • EIN: 94-3041601
  • Budget: $750,001 to $1,000,000
  • Board Size: 6 to 10 members
  • Staff Size: 16 or more