Police officers had to use tasers on animals on 13 separate occasions across the county between 2010 and 2012, figures reveal.
The figures were released following a Freedom of Information request to Lancashire Constabulary.
They show that in 2010 tasers were used on animals five times, a further six times in 2011 and twice in 2012.
So far in 2013 there have been no cases of tasers used against animals.
The police say that tasers would only be used if there was a risk to public safety or risk to the animal.
The majority of the incidents involved dogs, but police have been unable to confirm where exactly each incident took place. In 2012 police were called to a public order disturbance in a town centre.
A female encouraged her dog to attack members of the public and attending police officers, however the dog jumped up and bit female.
The taser was deployed against the dog to enable officers to control it and provide first aid to female.
In one incident a taser was deployed on a bull following a traffic incident. The bull had escaped in a town centre and the taser was deployed to recapture the animal.
And in another case a taser was used to restrain a pit bull type dog which was out of control and had bitten a man and another dog.
A spokesman for Lancashire Constabulary, said: “We will assess each individual situation on its own merits and where there is a risk to public safety and/or a risk to the animal then taser will be considered as an option.
“Any officer will make a decision within national guidelines and taser will only be used if it is deemed to be the most appropriate form of action.”