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San Diego Humane Society

Housing Support and Information


San Diego pet-friendly housing list and links to agencies for support with a variety of issues related to renting with pets. 

Useful Housing Links:
  • 211: Free, 24-hour confidential phone service and searchable online database that provides resources for essential services including food, housing and bill payment assistance.
  • Bring Fido: Website to search hotels that welcome pets, in addition to other pet-friendly spaces (restaurants, events, etc.)
  • Disability Rights California (DRC): Information about the different types of assistance animals and your legal right to a reasonable accommodation in housing; free legal assistance for people with disabilities.  
  • GoSection8.Com: National searchable database for affordable housing, including Section 8 rental housing and housing agency waiting lists.
  • Legal Aid Society of San Diego: Free legal support for housing, including discrimination and eviction, as well as other issues.
  • My Pitbull is Family: National searchable database for rental properties without breed or size restrictions.
  • RedRover Relief Grants: Provide grants for emergency boarding for pet guardians hospitalized due to COVID-19 or escaping from a domestic violence situation. 
  • Rent Repayment Plans: Guidance for tenants looking to establish a repayment plan with their landlord. 
  • San Diego Housing Commission
    • Affordable Housing Resource Guide: San Diego Housing Commission's guide includes rental assistance programs and an affordable housing rental list. 
    • Homelessness Prevention & Diversion Program: Community members who are newly homeless or at risk of becoming homeless can receive assistance with staying in current housing or with identifying new housing options to avoid entering the shelter system.
    • Homelessness Response Center: Community members experiencing homelessness can visit the HRC (1401 Imperial Ave. San Diego 92101) for assistance with navigating the system to move towards long-term housing and to receive supportive services.
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