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Liverpool Animal Shelter

Liverpool Animal Shelter is a no-kill impounding facility servicing residents of the greater Liverpool area.

Rehoming Organisation Number: R251000164

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Liverpool Animal Shelter is closed to the public.

In accordance with the Public Health Order and instructions from NSW Police, Liverpool Animal Shelter is unable to rehome animals until further notice.

Our staff will continue to care for animals housed at the shelter. Lost pets can still be dropped at the shelter and pet owners are able to collect their pet by contacting our team on phone 8711 7333 between 9am to 4.30pm, every day (except public holidays) to accept stray dogs and for reclaims.

Liverpool Animal Shelter accepts Cash, Eftpos or Credit Card (except AMEX). All fees must be paid at the time of release or adoption.

Click here for Release Fees.

On 27 July 2016 Liverpool City Council passed a resolution to operate the facility as a no kill animal shelter. Liverpool City Council is proud to confirm that Liverpool Animal Shelter (LAS) is upholding this commitment towards our community.

With enrichment programs in place to assist reclaims, facilitate adoptions and promote responsible pet ownership, our community is the backbone to such success.  LAS will take care of the immediate needs of our animals within the Shelter environment, but turn to you and ask you do not forget about them.  Help support and promote these efforts.  

Although safe in care, they too deserve a place to call home.

Pet owners have responsibilities to their animal, to their neighbours and to the environment to ensure that their animal is happy and healthy, and that it is not a nuisance to the broader community. Council has put together some useful compliance information on responsible pet ownership, including microchipping, dog attacks, barking dogs and more.

Please check the Animal Care compliance page for more information on responsible pet ownership.

Click here for information.