Breed: Miniature Poodle
Age: 7 years old
ID #: 256596
Adoption Fee: $5 this weekend only for San Diego Humane Society’s $5 Fido campaign!
Toby, a 7-year-old Miniature Poodle, is looking for a loving home. This sweet, senior boy was brought in by her previous owners because they were unable to continue caring for him. Toby is a friendly, happy-go-lucky guy who loves snuggling in laps and hanging out with his humans. He loves everyone he meets! He will surely bring endless happiness to his new family for years to come!
His adoption fee includes his neuter, permanent microchip identification, current vaccinations, 30 days worry free insurance from Trupanion Insurance and a certificate for a free veterinary exam!
San Diego Humane Society and SPCA
5500 Gaines Street
San Diego, CA 92110
Monday - Sunday
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Most people are familiar with action cameras that record HD video. Now the technology has advanced and 360 cameras are flooding the consumer market.
Carlsbad High School took home the title of America's Most Spirited High School, as well as the $25,000 Grand Prize.
Belmont Park is at it again with the addition of new attractions that will keep the fun going from sunup to sundown.
The goal of the Buy Nothing Project is that nothing goes to waste. From leftover food to cleaning out your closet, someone's trash can become someone else's treasure using a Facebook page.
It's time for a taste of the old west... Ramona style! The Ramona Rodeo is a tradition that has been going on for nearly four decades.
San Diego voters should brace themselves for a high-dollar contest this November when they’ll be asked to decide between two competing stadium measures to transform prime city-owned real estate in Mission Valley.
Spring and summer are the months many households purge old items and also shop for new things. CBS News 8’s Ashley Jacobs heads to the Rock Thrift Store to show off some surprising finds from wedding dresses to nearly new sporting goods.
San Diego county taxpayers spend tens of millions of dollars every year to pay for the health care of jail inmates.
Acorn and Clover were transferred in from the Chula Vista shelter with their mom and two other litter mates.