Mike's Bbq Fundraiser

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Join Humane Officers and Volunteers of the San Diego Humane Society's Humane Law Enforcement Department for a special Mikes BBQ fundraising event.

Part of the proceeds will go towards the HLE Team Paw Enforcement!

MUST PRESENT A PRINTED FLYER TO SERVER

San Diego Humane Society's Humane Law Enforcement has officers in the field seven days a week, handling a variety of animal cruelty complaints.

While our primary focus is educating owners about proper care for their animals, we use the authority that we have been given to ensure every animal receives care as required by law. Animal cruelty encompasses behavior harmful to animals ranging from neglect or hoarding to malicious killing. Most cruelty investigated by Humane Officers is unintentional neglect that can be resolved through education. Intentional cruelty, or abuse, is knowingly depriving an animal of food, water, shelter, or veterinary care, or maliciously torturing, maiming, mutilating, or killing an animal.

Our Humane Officers also respond to and rescue animals from disasters in San Diego and surrounding areas with the assistance of the Humane Society's 24-hour volunteer-operated Animal Rescue Reserve.

San Diego Humane Society's Animal Rescue Reserve (ARR) is a team of trained volunteers dedicated to assisting people during disasters by safely evacuating horses, livestock, and pets. ARR also works throughout San Diego County to rescue pets and livestock that are trapped and cannot free themselves. Volunteers are provided with monthly training designed to create awareness of safety procedures and the proper use of equipment. Rescues have included:

Removing animals from fires or flooded areas.
Rescuing large animals that have fallen into wells, mud bogs, swimming pools, ravines, etc.
Rounding-up and caring for cattle involved in trailer transport accidents.
Assisting our Humane Officers with criminal cases during impounds of large groups of abused or neglected animals.
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