L.A. North Central Animal Care and Control Center Now Open to the Public

The new City of the Los Angeles North Central Animal Care and Control Center has been opened to the public, according to Robert I. Rush, General manager of the Department of Animal Regulation.

The new building replaces the Ann Street District Animal Shelter, which was built in 1927 at 215 W. Ann St. The new structure is located at 3201 Lacy St., near Avenue 26 and the Pasadena Freeway. It well continue to use the Ann Street telephone numbers to lessen confusion.

It has a spay and neuter clinic, cages for 48 cats, 28 puppies, a recovery room for 21 cats and 16 dogs, hospital cages for six dogs, 12 dog observation cages, plus 61 indoor-outdoor kennel runs for dogs. There also are three stables with watering troughs and an enclosed pasture for all sizes of domestic animals.

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