pLEASE CALL THE ANIMAL SHELTER TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR ANIMAL LICENSING, PICKING UP IMPOUNDED ANIMALS, MICROCHIPPING, EUTHANASIA OR OWNER SURRENDER.
MICROCHIPPING YOUR PET
If you are a Burbank resident, the Burbank Animal Shelter offers microchipping for your pet for only $10.
Properly identifying your pet could make the difference in the prompt and safe return of your beloved pet. In 2012, the Burbank Animal Shelter was able to return over 425 dogs and cats to their owners because of proper identification.
A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is injected just under the skin of the animal. When a lost animal is scanned, the serial number comes up; the Shelter contacts the microchip company and receives the owner’s information.
Animal Service Request
To request animal shelter services in the City of Burbank, select the link below to submit a service request online or call 818-238-3340. Online reporting is for NON-EMERGENCY requests only.
If your need for assistance is urgent, please contact the Burbank Animal Shelter directly.
Low Cost or Free Spay/Neuter Services
The Burbank Animal Shelter does not offer spay and neuter services to the public. The following agencies have spay/neuter clinics and offer a variety of low-cost options for qualified low-income clients.
LOW INCOME ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
PAWS/LA provides a comprehensive package of essential animal support services to eligible LA County (including Burbank) residents. All services are provided on a case-by-case basis to enrolled clients as funds are available.
PACE program – for Low-Income Senior Citizens over 65 (enrollment currently closed) and
PAD program - for People Disabled By a Life-Threatening Illness
PACE AND PAD SERVICES INCLUDED:
Both programs normally provide a limited amount of vet services each year. The program also provides a pet food bank that is accessible once a month by participants.
The Rescue Train helps pet owners who fall on hard times. Below is a list of the services provided:
Assistance with spay/neuter costs
Veterinary assistance and references to low-cost animal hospitals and programs
Paying for dog licenses and assisting pet owners with redemption fees to get their pets out of the shelter
Assistance with pet deposits
Dog and cat food, collars, leashes and other supplies, including dog houses
Dog runs, repairing fences and gates to keep dogs in their yards
Dog training and behavioral guidance
Assistance with rehoming pets
Humane euthanasia for terminally ill pets
Assistance with pet-friendly housing
LAP Help provides financial aid to pet owners affected by local natural disasters or pet owners who may have just fallen on hard times. If you have a pet that needs help please complete a Financial Assistance Application to see if you are eligible for LAP Help assistance.