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What a horrific experience it was. So we adopted a dog from a local playground event. We then had to pay an adoption fee of only $100. The staff had devices that did not work on their personal cellphones. I let them know that I would be out of town on business if there was any issue. However, when I return back in town I learned that they were beating on my door saying if the fee was not paid by Sunday they were coming to take the dog. I came back to destruction all over my home that will now cost me money. Destruction from a cable line outside which, I learned will cost me $50. $80 for the food, toys and treats and now, $75 for carpet cleaning. I have owned over 3 dogs in my adulthood and none were ever as destructive as this animal was. They named the dog Hunter. Beware and beware of any agreement that says $40 fee to take the dog back and there are no refunds. I called them to come take the dog if this was not going to be an even trade. I was not going to pay the fee. I have never been so lucky that I was able to return a dog. Careful with adopting animals from here no support and no sympathy to destruction of cost that I incurred. We now have to go to a pet store to buy a dog for the children's sake.


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I am looking for my 3 year old long

I am looking for my 3 year old long hair Chihuahua. He became missing in January. I found a facebook page for Casa Grandes dog pound last week and foun my dogs picture on the site. I called them and they said a rescuer picked him up last month. They wont give us any more information. I have pictures to prove hes ours and if he sees me that will be proof because he was very attached to me. Hes family to us. We miss him so much. He got out one night I took him potty because my neighbors dog was in heat. I would appreciate if anyone can help me. I will pay anything to get him back. Like I said he is long haired , black with tan and hes three years old. His name is Scamp. His ID#A126453.


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Pinal County Animal Control

Okay- I live on the outskirts of Casa Grande (but still in city limits) and Pinal Cunty Animal Control refuses to cooperate with me on the issue of having nearly 30 stray cats that roam on my street. The cat problem is so bad they got under my mobile home and had kittens in my air vents. These cats have cost me and my neighbors so much money due to them being in their vents also. I called and asked to rent a cat trap and they said they dont service this area. Well what area do they service? Im in Pinal county and they refuse to help me or my neighbors. I know they wont come and trap cats but we are willing to do it ourselves and take the cats to them. I just dont see why cats are allowed to roam free and cause problems for everyone who doesnt even own cats! I would just like them to allow me to rent a cat trap, but they wont even do that so now im stuck with a bunch of stray, disease infested cats running around crapping in my yard. Its ridiculous how they run that place, my dog got out for an hour one day and she was picked up real quick but they cant set a few cat traps out to handle this problem. One employee actually told me they were aware of the cat problem in my neighborhood, but he wasnt allowed to catch cats so it was pretty much my problem to deal with.


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What Animal Control?

During the summer of 2008, I had called Pinal County Animal Control because we had a stray femal cat that had given birth to kittens in our shed. We worked with the kittens so they wouldn't be wild like their mother. I called Pinal County when they were old enough to be away from their mother. When the animal control officer came out to get the kittens she told me that she could not trap the mother because it was too hot. The officer told me that I could call back when it was cooler and they would come and trap the mother.
This spring I called animal control about trapping the mother because she was in heat again and she had male cats in my yard. One male cat in particular keeps charging at my screen doors and the arcadia doors trying to get at my male cat inside. Pinal County informed me at that time they do not trap cats. If I wanted the cat trapped I could rent a trap from them for a fee of $50.00, then I would have to bring the animal to them. I asked at that time what are we paying taxes for then?
I was able to get a cat trap (not from Pinal County) and have been trying to catch the mother and the male since. The mother has once again had kittens in my shed. We were able to trap them this morning. I put the kittens in my vehicle and drove them to the animal control facility in Eleven Mile Corner. Once I arrived I was informed there was a fee of $3.00 each for them to take the kittens. Never before was this fee mentioned! (The money is not the issue, the principal of rule changes are). I told the lady behind the counter that I was not paying the fee. I explained to her what I was told over the phone about trapping them and bringing them in. She stated that is correct but it is ""lawful"" for cats to run around stray.
I told her that I would just put them in the stray animal pens outside or take them over to the humane society. She rudely told me that she wanted a copy of my drivers license. I proceeded to walk out the door with the kittens. She then told her co-worker to go out and make sure that I don't run over her because she is going to take a picture of my license plate. I tried to explain to her that we have been struggling with this mother cat for a year and it is frustrating, she looked and me and rolled her eyes.
I have no idea what she is doing with that information. All I want to do is take care of the stray cat issue that I am having.
What are we paying taxes for? Pinal County animal control's does NOT control animals!


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I have a long, overdue adoption success story for which I need to thank Pinal Animal Care and Control. I adopted a dog from your organization whom you had taken from her owners because of charges of animal cruelty. Her name was Missy and her owners were prosecuted. She was registered with Pinal Animal Care and Control as a Shepherd mix. When you rescued Missy from her owners, she weighed about 26 pounds (she weighs 60 pounds now). The photographs you took for the court documentation, which I still have, reveal an animal starved for so long that every bone in her body, including those on her skull, were visible. She had tick fever, dysentery, and other ailments. Your organization gave her extensive veterinary care that saved her life. I hope I have continued that care to this day. Ironically, your staff informed me that the owners had the nerve after prosecution to return to the shelter and beg for her back because the kids ""missed her.""
Her name is no longer Missy. We call that name her ""slave name."" She knows herself as Latisha, or Tisha, for short.

Nevertheless, Tisha is the love of my life. She has her best friend and companion. Pip, my male Husky/Black Lab mix.
Tisha has always been admired by everyone who meets her and they always comment on what a beautiful dog she is. ."" Her soft spirit, patience, and adaptability is invaluable . I love to travel, but my dogs must always accompany me wherever I go. We are a pack and I could not imagine my life without them.
Tisha had lots of emotional problems due to the horrible treatment by her owners. For a long time, she expected abuse and wanted nothing to do with human beings. After a lot of patience and building of trust. She is a gift to my life.

, I am sending a donation to your organization for the wonderful work you do and the tremendous gift you brought into my life. I hope you know that the work you do matters. You save lives. .


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Beware of Sick Animals

My husband and I went to the animal control office when we found a stray that was obviously very ill. We thought they would take it in and care for it properly. Instead, we were informed that the dog would be put alone in a cage in a back room and basically be ignored exept to be given food and water for three days. Then the poor thing would be put out with the rest of the adoptable animals (if it survived, she said) and if it lived long enough would be put down after just a couple weeks if it wasn't adopted. I asked if the dog would be seen by a vet or be given any kind of medication since it was obviously so ill, and she snidely commented that they ""don't have the money"" to care for the animals entrusted to them, no matter how sick they are. Instead, they let them waste away, or put them down them if they're not adopted right away. I asked if they informed adopting families that the animal they're taking home could be ill and could make any other family pets sick as well. She looked at me as if I'd grown a second head and said no.
I understand that they may not get much funding, but I'm absolutely appalled at their negligence and apathy. If this were a private party and not a governemt agency this behavior not only would be completely unacceptable, but possibly illegal.
If you are considering adopting from this shelter, I beg you to re-consider. The animal you are looking at could be gravely ill, and could make any other family pets sick too. At the very least, take the animal to a vet right away after adopting it-don't even take it home first. If you're taking a stray here, please stop! Take the extra time to take the poor animal to a no-kill shelter that will care for it properly before putting it up for adoption.
P.S. We ended up taking the dog to a vet ourselves and adding it to our family-and we couldn't be happier.

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764 N Eleven Mile Corner RdCasa GrandeAZ 85194

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