“We are also taking in pets whose owner has died leaving them alone, as well as taking in pets whose owner lives alone and is too sick to care for them,” said Brenda Barnette, General Manager for LA Animal Services. “As part of our ongoing commitment to the residents and the City of Los Angeles, our Officers also respond to calls for people and pets in danger, while our staff in our Animal Services Centers provides enrichment for the animals in our care, continues to process the adoption and fostering of pets, and reuniting lost animal companions with their families by appointment.”
If you have an emergency with a sick or injured animal, please call the nearest Animal Services Center
ahead of time to let us know you are arriving and describe the emergency. We will get all of the information we need and will be able to meet you in the parking area if there are no appointments available.
To find your nearest LA Animal Services Center or to find out more about Shelter-at-Home and the resources available to you, visit laanimalservices.com