Animal Control

The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Control provides a variety of services to the community that include an annual vaccination clinic that is free of charge to the residents of the City of Cudahy where free micro-chip services are also available on site. Please look out for our next vaccination clinic.

Pet Licensing

California law requires that every dog four months of age or older must have a current license fastened to its collar. Even dogs that "never leave the house" or property have a way of getting out through accidentally opened gates or by digging under fences. Also, a natural disaster like an earthquake or fire may cause your pet to flee the safety of your property. 

Having a dog license on its collar will help reunite your lost pet with you. For more information on licensing fees please go to the LA County Animal Care and Control website.

Pet Adoption

If you are interested in adopting a pet, the shelter offers a wide variety of potential pets for you and your family to choose from. Most of the animals are either strays or pets turned in by owners that are no longer able to keep them. 

The many benefits of adopting from a County Animal Care Center include:

  • A free veterinary check-up
  • The knowledge that your new pet has already received initial vaccinations against contagious diseases
  • Low-cost spaying and neutering

Dog & Cat Spay or Neuter Services

Singita Animal Sanctuary, a non-profit organization, and the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control have joined forces to offer low cost spay/neuters and vaccinations for dogs and cats. 

Spay/neuter surgeries are available for $10 per dog or cat. In addition, Low cost vaccines and microchip installations are also available. For more information please visit the LA County Animal Care and Control website.