Meet Bowie, a 4 year old black and brown Rottweiler and Alaskan Husky mix who has been at the Burbank Animal Shelter since October of 2020.
Amy is super sweet, loving, and very high energy. While in foster care, Amy was amazing with her foster family and was wonderful with their small children. She will require an active lifestyle with someone who knows the breed and appreciates the care that is needed to help her thrive.
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 Pit Bull and Dalmatian in them. They both found themselves relinquished to the Shelter after their owner sadly passed away.
Annie is a spayed female, brown brindle pit bull terrier mix that was found as a stray. It was obvious that she had just had puppies, however the puppies were not found with her. Annie’s owner never came forward to claim her so she is now looking for her forever home. She has been at the Burbank Animal Shelter since November 5th, 2021.
Tour For Life 2022 – the world’s largest national cooperative, life-saving pet adoption event will be here Tuesday through Saturday, featuring adoption specials
On March 8th a rabid bat was found and reported outside of a home on Lincoln St. in Burbank. The Burbank Animal Shelter has been sharing advisory information to local veterinarian offices and via their social media in an effort to reach the public. The advisory warned that anyone that may have come into recent contact with a bat should seek medical attention to check for rabies exposure.
Burbank Animal Shelter Resumes Children’s Reading Program for the First Time Since COVID-19 Outbreak
A local Girl Scout troop read to Burbank Animal Shelter animals as the shelter resumes their children's reading program after a year and a half hiatus.
Life Scout, Richie Collins, organized a coyote awareness campaign for his Eagle Scout Project in order to help assist the Burbank Animal Shelter in educating the public on the growing coyote issue arising in Burbank. The campaign consisted of the distribution of over a thousand copies of the Burbank Police Department’s Community Bulletin on Coyote Awareness.
Burbank middle schoolers volunteered to read to rescue animals at the Burbank Animal Shelter on Thursday, February 13.
Continuing their 27-year long Halloween tradition, the Meyers have once again turned their front yard into a haunted house. This year, they are raising money for the Burbank Animal Shelter.