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SPCALA HAWTHORNE SHELTER
Can I adopt a pet from the Culver City Animal Services?
Culver City has contracted with the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter for sheltering services. The spcaLA Hawthorne shelter is located at the South Bay Pet Adoption Center on 12910 Yukon Avenue between El Segundo Avenue and West 135th Street in Hawthorne. You can reach the shelter at 310-676-1149. Please check with the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter regarding fees for adopting animals.
Where is the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter located?
The spcaLA Hawthorne shelter is located at the South Bay Pet Adoption Center on 12910 Yukon Avenue between El Segundo Avenue and West 135th Street in Hawthorne. You can reach the shelter at 310-676-1149.
Can I place a hold for an animal I am interested in?
Please call the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter at 310-676-1149 to place a 24-hour hold.
Can I leave information or a flyer about my lost pet at the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter?
Yes, spcaLA Hawthorne shelter has a lost and found poster board and book. It is your responsibility, as the owner, to check the shelter on a daily basis for your lost pet.
My pet is old and sick. I need to have my pet put to sleep. Does the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter do this?
Yes, please call the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter at 310-676-1149 for details.
Does the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter offer spay and neuter surgeries to the public?
Yes, the spcaLA Specialty Spay/Neuter Center accepts appointments for spay and neuter surgeries on Wednesdays through Fridays at 5026 West Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles. To book an appointment or for more information, call 323-730-5303 or visit:
Does the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter offer microchipping to the public?
Microchipping is provided by the spcaLA Specialty Spay/Neuter Center at 5026 Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Wednesday through Friday by appointment at 323-730-5303. The spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption center also hosts Low Cost Vaccine and Microchip Clinics twice a year. Please call the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter at 310-676-1149 for further details.
Does the spcaLA offer boarding for animals?
Yes, the spcaLA Pet Hotel at 7700 East Spring Street, Long Beach, boards animals. The spcaLA Pet Hotel offers indoor kennels with outdoor access for dogs and private, roomy cat condos for cats. Cats can lounge in the secure, open-air atrium for play time. Dogs can enjoy big play yards with real grass. Please call 562-570-3079 or obtain further information at:
Does the spcaLA have any programs available to help me board my animals for free if I am in a domestic violence situation?
Yes, the spcaLA has a program to assist people that are victims of domestic violence. Please contact the spcaLA Hawthorne shelter regarding required documentation and further details at 310-676-1149.
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LICENSING AND ANIMAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
DOGS RUNNING LOOSE
CULVER CITY OFF-LEASH DOG PARK
"POOP SCOOPER" ORDINANCE
STRAY AND FERAL CATS
WILDLIFE, NON-DOMESTIC AND EXOTIC ANIMALS
BARKING AND ANIMAL NUISANCE ORDINANCE
BITING ANIMALS AND VICIOUS ORDINANCES
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
VIOLATIONS AND COMPLAINTS
CITATIONS AND APPEAL HEARINGS
Culver City encompasses approx. 5 square miles and is home to approx. 40,000 residents. It is just minutes from LAX, Marina del Rey and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and Downtown Los Angeles, making it ideal for residents, business, and visitors alike. For more information, click here for the official website for The City of Culver City.
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