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Burbank Animal Shelter

The Burbank Animal Shelter has been providing quality Animal Control services since the 1950’s. Our mission is to return lost animals to their owners, to find loving homes for stray animals and to control overpopulation through consistent spay/neuter efforts. We strive to eliminate animal suffering by educating the public and enforcing the humane treatment of animals.

See our Shelter dogs available for adoption. 

See our Shelter cats available for adoption. 

See birds, reptiles, pocket pets, and more.

Contact foster parents directly to learn more.
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Apply to work as a Veterinarian or part-time Registered Veterinary Technician.
Licensing is required for all dogs and horses in the City of Burbank. The Burbank Animal Shelter licenses dogs, cats and horses for City of Burbank residents only.


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Register for our next orientation
Request animal related services related to reporting animal bites to humans, dead domestic or wild animal, non-urgent humane condition, overlimit of animals, noisy animal, loose dog or cat, and/or unsanitary conditions.

Online reporting is for NON-EMERGENCY requests only. If your need for assistance is urgent, please contact the Burbank Animal Shelter directly at (818) 238-3340.

Submit an ANIMAL SERVICE REQUEST in the City of Burbank.
Please report any coyote, mountain lion, or bobcat sightings in the community as soon as possible to Animal Control Services at 818.238.3340 during business hours, or the Burbank Police Department after hours at 818.238.3000. For more information on wildlife in Burbank, visit www.BurbankCA.gov/Wildlife.

Report sightings, sign up for alerts and see a coyote encounters map. 

Search through lost pets currently at our Shelter.
See our shelter statistics by visiting ShelterAnimalsCount.org.
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Animal Services Requests now available on 311. 
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The dog and cat vaccine clinic is temporarily closed. Please check back later for updates.
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Burbank Animal Shelter
1150 N. Victory Pl. 
Burbank, CA 91502
Tuesday -Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed Sunday and Monday and major holidays
ph: (818) 238-3340
fax: (818) 238-3346
[email protected]

For after-hours emergencies:
Burbank Police Department
(818) 238-3000