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Lee's Summit Animal Control

COVID-19 and How it Affects Animal Control Hours

Animal Control is operating by appointment only. Please call 969.1640. 


Lee’s Summit Animal Control provides enforcement of Animal Control Ordinances to ensure the humane treatment of animals while protecting public health and safety within the City of Lee’s Summit. 

Temporary shelter is provided to more than 4,000 stray, unwanted, abandoned, orphaned and injured animals each year. With a 98 percent adoption rate, Animal Control makes every effort to find each pet a new home if an owner cannot be located.

Animal Control responds to calls for service concerning animal abuse, animal bites, pet waste, barking complaints and disposing of deceased animals. Traps are available for nuisance wildlife causing property damage.

Come visit the Animal Control facility and adopt a pet today!  

  • KITTEN SEASON IS ALMOST HERE!!
    Three kittens

    KITTEN SEASON IS ALMOST HERE!!

    Heart of America Humane Society works with us to take nursing mothers and kittens that are underaged from our Shelter. When the kittens are old enough, they are adopted from their foster homes. By adopting from HAHS, you are helping a space open up in their foster homes to take more underaged kittens for us. They are also always looking for foster homes, so please check out their foster opportunities!

    Click here for more information on Heart of America Humane Society.

  • FURRY FRIDAY!
    Maggie white and tan American Bulldog mix

    FURRY FRIDAY!

    As part of the Lee's Summit Police Department, we work together to find new homes for our adoptables. Each week, LSPD puts out a new video or picture of some of our favorite furry adoptables! 

    Click here to check out this week's Furry Friday!