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Dana Brown Confirmed to Lead Animal Services

This week, the City Council approved Mayor Garcetti's appointment of Dana Brown to lead the Los Angeles Animal Services Department (LAAS). Brown served as Interim General Manager since early May, following Brenda Barnette's retirement. A public servant for more than 30 years, Dana most recently worked as the City's Chief Employee Relations Officer in the Office of the City Administrative Officer (...
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West Valley Animal Shelter to Reopen Next Week, City Announces

The Chatsworth shelter will reopen next week, after being closed for almost a year. All six Los Angeles-operated shelters will be open.The West Valley Animal Service Center, which has been closed since April 2020, will reopen March 15, officials announced today.On Feb. 18, the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services announced that tentative plans were underway to reopen the West ...
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Meetings to Discuss Strategies to Re-Open West Valley Animal Services Center

LA Animal Services Announces Meetings to Discuss Proposal to Re-open West Valley Animal Services CenterTo learn more and sign up for one of the meetings, please visit: http://aniserv.la/Ujpq50ARyHBLA Animal Services wants your valuable input to help plan a future in which we can do even more for animals and people in the City of LA.Share your thoughts and ideas with them! Please t...
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Free Spay and Neuter Vouchers Available

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February is recognized as National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month to encourage pet owners to have their companion animals sterilized before the warmer months of the year are upon us, when puppies and kittens are born.L.A. Animal Services offers free spay/neuter services to low-income L.A. City residents and discount coupons to any City resident for three dogs and three cats per household. The fre...
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Proposed Citywide Cat Program Environmental Review Process

The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering (BOE) is beginning the environmental review process for the proposed Citywide Cat Program, which would be administered by the City’s Department of Animal Services. The proposed Project focuses on public education and policy implementation in the City of Los Angeles. It does not include any physical construction of buildings or structures.  The City has...
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