Tropical Storm Claudette is expected to make landfall this weekend. Bring all pets inside and report pets in distress to 911.

Contact Us

IMPORTANT: For the safety of our team and visitors, all services at both campuses are by appointment only & masks are required.

New Orleans Campus

12 pm – 5 pm (closed Sunday & Monday)

1700 Mardi Gras Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70114
Main entrance on LB Landry Blvd.

Phone: 504.368.5191
Fax: 504.368.3710

New Orleans Humane & Law Rescue

9 am – 5 pm (closed Saturday-Monday)

We accept stray animals 24/7. If afterhours, call 911 and the dispatcher will have our on-call Humane Law & Rescue Officer meet you at our facility as quick as possible.

Phone: 911 for animal emergencies & 311 for non-emergencies
Emergencies are responded to 24/7

We’ve partnered with 911 provide better animal control support to Orleans Parish. Our Humane Law & Rescue team continues to respond to all animal control calls for service. This change allows us to better collaborate with emergency services like NOPD, NOFD and EMS. Emergencies are responded to 24/7 and non-emergencies Tuesday-Friday from 9 am – 5 pm due to the City of New Orleans’s budgetary shortfalls stemming from COVID-19.

Effective February 2021

Community Clinic

Wednesday-Saturday: 8 am – 5 pm
Flea/Tick & Heartworm medication can be picked up Wednesday-Saturday

Phone: 504.363.1333
Fax: 504.762.3395

Plaquemines Parish Campus

10 am – 5 pm (closed Sunday & Monday)

455 F Edward Hebert Blvd.
Belle Chasse, LA 70037

Phone: 504.934.6931
Fax: 504.361.1016

Our first location was on Japonica Street, but was destroyed and deemed a total loss by Hurricane Katrina. We successfully evacuated 263 animals from the Japonica Street shelter for Hurricane Katrina. In the immediate aftermath of the storm, with the help of hundreds of volunteers and animal welfare colleagues, the organization led the largest animal rescue operation in the history of the United States. As a result, we worked out of a temporary shelter in a warehouse for a whole year during the aftermath of Katrina.

Adopting a pet is an amazing way to show love to an animal in need and brings so much love to you in return. There are plenty of animals in Louisiana that are in search of forever homes, but we hope you will find your new family member here at the Louisiana SPCA!

Did you know that we’re not affiliated with the ASPCA and rely on local donations?