Closed for Holiday on Monday, September 7
Loudoun County Animal Services will be closed on Monday, September 7 for the Labor Day holiday. We will re-open on Tuesday, September 8. Please visit our hours
of operation page for more information.
Hot Cars Can Be Deadly for Pets
The internal temperature of a vehicle can become dangerously hot very quickly even with mild temperatures outside. Keep pets safe – do not leave pets in a vehicle when the temperature is greater than 70 degrees Fahrenheit outside. Be a hero – help us to spread the word by downloading a poster about pets in hot cars! Then, use it to tell your family, friends and neighbors about the importance of keeping pets cool during the warm weather ahead. Check out this video from Chief Mark Stacks about how Officers respond to calls about pets left in hot vehicles.
Adopt Your Piece of History – Adopt a Shelter Cat
LCAS Celebrates Relationship that Spans 12,000 Years
To celebrate the long history of the relationship between humans and cats, we have launched a cat adoption campaign which will feature photographs of shelter cats with notable friends of the organization, such as Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott K. York. The campaign, “Adopt Your Piece of History – Adopt a Shelter Cat,” will run through October and is aimed at encouraging residents to add a feline friend to their family or to become involved in their community in an effort to improve the lives of cats. For more information, visit our Adoption Specials
Pets on Tour Season Continues Through October!
Visit wonderful shelter pets and learn about the programs and services provided to the county's two and four-legged residents at one of our Pets on Tour locations. Tour stops include the Brambleton Farmers Market, Pet Supplies Plus, Happy Hound and the Loudoun Pet Expo. For a complete list of tour stops, visit the Pets on Tour page! We look forward to meeting you!
Who We Are
The staff of Loudoun County Animal Services safeguards the humane treatment of all animals in the county through compassionate and innovative approaches to animal sheltering, law enforcement, education and community outreach.
We work each day to ensure a compassionate, humane community for animals and people. LCAS operates an animal shelter, which provides for companion animals who have been surrendered by their owners or found stray in the county. The shelter also has pets for adoption. Officers enforce local and state animal laws and investigate reports of animal cruelty. In addition, LCAS maintains a lost and found animal directory, issues dog licenses and assists citizens with a variety of animal issues. For more information, contact LCAS at 703-777-0406 or by email.