If I could give this place a NEGATIVE -100 STARS I Would!!! We adopted a 12 week old kitten on 05/21/17. They did advise use they don't test for feline HIV and feline Leukemia. HOWEVER said that ONLY less than 1% kitten test positive for either one!!! Well I took our kitten to our Vet for a check up. She called to tell us he tested positive for feline Leukemia. I called to speak someone at Peggy Adams. Jay the supervisor of adoptions called me back. He tried to say it could be a false positive and tried to blame my Vet. We have used our Vet for 11 years since our cat was a kitten. I called different Vets and Animal Care and Control and they even test for feline HIV and feline Leukemia!! The other Vets and Animal Care and Control are not a non profit but they still test for these!!! How can Peggy Adams call themselves an Animal Rescue when they are adopting sick kittens. We had to put our cat we had for 11 years down in January 2017. We waited for a while before we decided to adopt. We've had the kitten for just over a week and we've fallen in love with him and now we found out he's sick!! How can Peggy Adams be proud of their organization!!!
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We brought our kitten in to be spayed,after we picked her up the incision wouldn't stay closed. Brought her back and it was repaired but she developed an infection at the surgery site. We returned her to the clinic and they told us we had to leave her as the vet wasn't there that day. We checked on her every day but the answer was always the same she hasn't seen the vet yet". After 5 days we went in to see what was going on, she was in a dirty cage next to an animal that was in very bad condition. The incision was still open and infected,and we were told that she still hadn't been seen by a vet as they were all away at some convention. We brought her home and took her to our regular vet, several office visits later they found 2 very virulent bacteria.It took many months of treatment ,and she has developed lumps in the area of the surgery.We spent over $2,500. Peggy Adams refused to admit that our cat was infected at their clinic. Stay away!
They are as bad as or worst than a puppy/kitten mill. My family adopted the sweetest kitten from JBAR one day after she was spayed. We adopted her on a Saturday and within 24 hours had to take her to an Emergency Animal Clinic as she had pulled out her stitches and tissue was escaping the incision . After a heavily discounted $950, this kitten has become our most expensive animal. The JBAC vet that performed the initial procedure used one continuous stitch to close her up instead of stitching each layer separately. So when she licked or chewed through the outer stitches, she unraveled the interior ones holding her abdomen together. The emergency vet (that JBAC has as the vet to go to if they are closed) had to enlarge her incision, flush out the cavity and restitch each layer. JBAR made a point of stating that they will not adopt out any pet unless it has been fixed. Obviously they are not very trusting of adoption parents even though I have previously paid to have all my animals (4 4 dogs,2 cats) fixed with the exception a cat we rescued from Peggy Adams. None of their surgeries had any complications and all six combined didn't cost me $950. All I can say is wait the additional time for the surgery to be healed before adopting an animal from this Rescue. They will not reimburse you for any expense caused by their cheap, uncaring surgery procedures.
We were trying to have kittens We found adopted. We drove up from Ft. Lauderdale because everyone said to go there. We tried calling and left many messages that were not returned. The smart aleck blond hair girl with glasses at the reception in the dome first asked us to keep them for another week. That was not possible as we were leaving on a work related trip two days later. Then when she found out we were not from WPB laughed at us and said they would not take them. We drove an hour one way to take them there. I didn't find the humor in that at all. I had something incredibly nasty to say on the tip of my tounge but I turned around and walked away. Great representation Peggy Adams. We are trying to do the right thing. She is just the type of person will make people dump animals out of frustration. To have someone truly lacking compassion at the front of center of your operation is unbelieveable.
YP had wrong directions! Don't follow them! Once you get there it's great. Got a sweet little kitty in a clean and friendly place. They are doing a good job as far as I can see.
I adopted my dog from them and they were great. After looking into other rescues that required a lot of paperwork, home visits and what not, I was happy to find the process there was simple and fast.I had to wait for the dog to be spayed, while I waited i was anxious and called a couple of times to check on that and never had a problem reaching and employee. I picked up Boo a week after I adopted and yes, he was sick with kennel cough but I have been told that is common in boarding places. After he got over I returned to work regular hours and he started having separation anxiety issues. I contacted them again and I think I had to leave a voicemail to the behaviour specialist but he contacted me right away. He gave me advice and sent materials that were very helpful and with patience and time Boo got used to the routine of me going to the office daily and going out sometimes in the weekend and I owed it to them (and some friend gave wise advice too). I don't take Boo there for his health care because we don't live in the area, but my experience with them throughout the adoption process and adjustment period has been great.
My dog has been there for over a week. He was dropped off there after he got out from under my patio fence. I have called and called and I have been hung up on numerous times. My dog is 15 years old and they want to have him fixed, knowing that surgery is dangerous for a 6lb, 15year old dog. Everyone that works there is extremely rude, and unprofessional. After a week STILL not one person can let me know that he is ok, or will have surgery because they keep saying that they are waiting for a doctor. They are going to kill my dog and not care at all.
I have visited Justin Bartlett and my experience was very wonderful. The people there are very caring for animals and do the most they can to help. It's also very affordable. This is now my favorite animal hospital and rescue and I trust them. I just wanted to share my experience with everyone so you can find the perfect place to take your pets to keep them healthy. :)
We decided we wanted to rescue a third dog and we found a beautiful female jack russell/ chihuahua mix named Onya. She was found in Miami and had some scars. You could tell she had been through a lot. Several of JBAR's fosters worked with her for months to get her to be less aggressive. We finally set up a meet and greet with our other 2 dogs one weekend at one of the adoption events. While at first we weren't sure, they spent over an hour with us off to the side until all the dogs warmed up to each other. We decided to give it a shot and are glad we did. 6 months later she is a happy member of the pack. All she needed was some love. It feels so good to rescue an animal! The application process was extensive but you can tell they really care. They even followed up several times just to see how Onya is doing. Highly recommended!
Having lost a devoted rescue dog of 15 years recently, I began my search for another faithful companion on the internet a few months later. After researching several sites, I found Justin Bartlett Rescue to be professional, thorough, and caring in every aspect of pet adoption. The application is extensive, but this proved to me how much they truly care about matching animals and people to create a life long bond. I have wholeheartedly recommended them to friends and neighbors!