Pet Resource Center (PRC) on Skid Row 2021-04-21T14:34:57+00:00

Pet Resource Center (PRC) on Skid Row

Many Los Angeles residents with pets are living in poverty, experiencing homelessness or are at risk of losing their housing due to having animals, and with the growing housing crisis in forcing people out of their homes, more animals are entering shelters. To help with this issue and with the combined goal of keeping pets and people housed and together, reducing unwanted litters and lowering shelter intake numbers, we opened the first Pet Resource Center in 2016.

This unique public-private partnership between DDR, Inner City Law Center and L.A. Animal Services provides the following services to people and pets:

• Free spay/neuter vouchers
• Assistance with animal registration
• Legal assistance for pet-related housing issues
• Referrals to city and county social services
• Vaccinations
• Microchips
• Animal registration and ID tags
• Collars
• Leashes
• Crates
• Medical care at approved partner veterinarian clinics
• Assistance with transportation to animal hospitals
• Legal assistance for pet-related housing issues
• Referrals to city and county human-services


In addition to services provided at the PRC, we offer income-based pet boarding for those who are experiencing financial hardship, homelessness, and for veterans who are in residential treatment facilities for help with substance dependency or PTSD.

Click here to read PRC success stories!

Locations and Hours:

Call 323-880-8259 for dates and times

1309 E. Seventh Street, Los Angeles 90021 (corner of Industrial & Central Ave.)


To receive services, clients must be low-income or experiencing homelessness and reside in the Downtown Los Angeles area.


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