Meet Skip, a three-year-old Pit Bull Terrier and German Shepherd at the Burbank Animal Shelter. This sweet boy was found running stray here in Burbank. According to kennel staff, Skip is a very sweet and friendly dog but has a high prey drive--because of this, he cannot go to a home with cats or small animals. One of our volunteers who spent time with Skip reported that he likes chin/neck/chest pets and LOVED treats.
Say hello to Pablo the Great! Pablo is a male pit bull terrier at the Burbank Animal Shelter. This delightful boy is a ton of fun who was well loved by his family before coming to the shelter. He is the pure definition of “food motivated” and will give you a textbook "sit" every time (if treats are offered).
Meet Amy, a 2.5 year old, female German Shepherd at the Burbank Animal Shelter. Amy is super sweet, loving, and very high energy. While in foster care, Amy did wonderfully with the foster parent's young kids. She will require an active lifestyle with someone who knows the breed and appreciates the care that is needed to help her thrive, like an owner who is as keen for living life as she is and is restless when home for too long would be ideal.
Racer and his partner Honey are here to prove mutts make the best pups! This pair has a little Cattle Dog, Pointer, maybe a dash of Terrier and Dalmatian in them. They both found themselves relinquished to the Burbank Animal Shelter after their owner sadly passed away. Racer is a tripod, missing a rear leg, but the shelter thinks it just helps him run a little faster (less weight to carry). You wouldn't know he's missing a leg when you see him play and frolic with his friend, Honey.
Sammie and Luna were brought to the Burbank Animal Shelter when their previous owner became ill and could no longer care for them. They are a very sweet pair of bonded dogs that need to stay together as they rely heavily on each other. Sammie is a male, black and brown brindle pitbull terrier around four years old and Luna is a female white pitbull around the same age.
Meet Princess Jeannette from the Burbank Animal Shelter. She is a fluffy, talkative, and very active senior cat. She would do best as the only pet in an adult-only, quiet home and loves getting pets and scratches behind her ears. Princess Jeannette likes being around people, but also is content with having her own space.
Meet Lola, a female black, brindle, and white Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull Terrier mix at the Burbank Animal Shelter. Lola is a friendly, sweet girl, very affectionate, excited to be around people, and very smart. At some point in her life, someone cared for her and loved her, and the shelter just want her to have a second chance at happiness and back in a home where she is loved.
Hi! My name is Lenny, and I am the ultimate explorer! I am sweet, spunky, and really really really ridiculously good looking. I love to play with scratch posts and laser toys, and I love to cuddle my foster parents when it’s cold! I am a pro at using the cat box and love to meet new pets and people. I enjoy showing off my zoomies and prance moves. I love to play with anything that has string, and I have to say, I am probably the best cat tree climber in the world.
The Burbank Animal Shelter staff and socialization team have been working with Loki since he came in as a stray back in June of this year. He was an extremely scared cat and would act out of fear. Thankfully, he has come around with the help of a lot of enrichment, socialization and TREATS! Loki is very food motivated and is your favorite person if he knows food is on the way.
Meet Amy, a two and a half year old female German Shepherd at the Burbank Animal Shelter. Amy is super sweet, loving, and very high energy, but was happy to sit still for her fall photo shoot. While in foster care, Amy did wonderfully with the foster parent's young kids. She will require an active lifestyle with someone who knows the breed and appreciates the care that is needed to help her thrive.