The largest mobile pet adoption event takes place this weekend in Burbank, and we all have some adorable animals looking for a forever home.
The VBAS and Burbank Animal Shelter staff work together on each production of the Adopt-a-Pet show, which is yet another means for us to highlight shelter residents and find them forever homes.Take a moment and !Adopt-a-Pet showcases dogs, cats and rabbits that are available for immediate adoption.
Dog Adoption: $104Cat Adoption: $78Rabbit Adoption: $30All animals adopted from the Burbank Animal Shelter will have been provided with a medical exam and vaccinations upon intake to the shelter and will be spayed or neutered before going home with their new family.We strongly recommend that adopters make an appointment with their personal veterinarian for a routine exam of their new pet within three days of adoption.All veterinary treatment after adoption is the sole responsibility of the adopter.Microchip FeesLicense Fees for Burbank ResidentsA rabies certificate is required for all dogs.PLEASE NOTE: Licenses are required for all animals and must be renewed annually. There is a 100% penalty for late renewal.
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The Burbank facility is one of 55 shelters in Southern California participating in "Clear the Shelters," NBC4's annual pet-adoption drive to "give thousands of homeless animals the chance of a new life," said Celia Chavez, president and general manager of Telemundo 52 Los Angeles, in a statement.On a regular day, the Burbank Animal Shelter will have about five adoptions during the week and up to 10 adoptions on weekends. During this event, the facility anticipates at least 20 or more pets will find new homes, Castaneda said.All adoptable pets at the Burbank Animal Shelter are listed on The site showed 169 pets available for adoption in Burbank as of Monday afternoon.The MuttShack’s weekly dog adoption events at Petco in Burbank are cage-free, with open cribs that invite visitors to touch, pet and interact with the dogs. Adult and youth volunteers are there to pitch in and walk the dogs, talk to potential adopters and generally help out in any way they can.