The Escondido Humane Society was founded in Escondido in 1915. We provide animal care, adoption, education and protection services to north inland San Diego County. Our mission is to promote responsible pet ownership by teaching compassion, respect, and caring treatment for all living creatures. EHS has a long and rich history of involvement with human-animal relationships, caring for more than 5,000 animals a year, and thousands more in the field.
Mohnacky Animal Hospitals of Escondido
Escondido Raccoon Removal is a popular call because raccoons can cause problems at your home or business, including getting into your garbage can or tearing up your yard. The most popular calls are the Raccoon Removal from the attic or chimney of your home. This call is most common in the early winter and late spring of the year. This is when the female raccoons will give birth to their young. This is a hard problem for a wild animal removal professional to handle, often the raccoon babies are in a very tight spot and very hard to get to. This problem should never be allowed to continue. Get these animals out of your attic area as soon as possible.
Ophthalmology | Companion Animal Clinic, Escondido, CA
Escondido Rat Removal is one of the most common calls as Mice and Rats are one of the most popular species of wildlife in Escondido. We service all areas of Escondido and we are experts in rat removal and control in the city we are the experts in and removal should be initiated as soon as they have been discovered living in this area, as mice and rats have a habit of chewing electrical wires which can lead to fires. Mice and Rat control and removal should only be attempted by people who understand the danger this animal can present.
Our Team | Companion Animal Clinic, Escondido, CA
Companion Animal Clinic is a dedicated team of caring individuals led by Dr. David Knox, MS, DVM. Dr. Knox is a 1992 graduate of Auburn University and holds a Master's Degree in Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology. After graduating veterinary school he began practicing in Merced, CA in a mixed animal practice. The richness of mixed animal practice allowed him to develop a practical and rational approach to medicine.
Dr. Knox believes strongly that his most important diagnostic tools are his 5 natural senses. In 1994 the Knox family moved to San Diego to manage a small animal clinic and in 1995 purchased Companion Animal Clinic in Escondido, CA. We have been blessed to be a member of the Escondido community ever since.You’ll be given options of animals from a variety of locations. You will pick up animals from the San Diego Humane Society campus where the animal is located. We have campuses in San Diego, Oceanside, and Escondido so you can select animals at the locations that are most convenient for you.