Tucson >Pima County Animal Control Ctr
(A rating was required, otherwise I would not have given them anything) I was thinking about getting a dog from Pima County Animal Control but a friend beat me to it last week. He has now spent over $900.00 on meds (in less than 6 days) to help his "NEW" dog with Parvo. HOW IN THE WORLD could a place release infected dogs into the public like that! OMG!!!
WATCHOUT EVERYONE BUYING FROM HERE!!! You must have a LARGE bank account and heart to see your dog die in order to buy one of Pima County Animal Control's "BEST".
Don't board your dog here as you my find out you may bring home more then you bargan for.
Love our PACC baby. We got a 3 month old yellow lab/golden retriever mix 16 months ago for my girls. We had a terrific volunteer help us and explain the process. Our 'baby' is a great family dog and gets along with our other dog who is a bit older and also from PACC. They are both wonderful family dogs. We take them with us on vacation and for week end get aways. I can't imagine our lives without either of them. We are grateful to PACC and all the staff!
Great pets found at PACC. I adopted my dog from PACC. Staff was very helpful and informative. There are many pets at PACC waiting to be someone's best friend. Too bad I can only afford to adopt one pet, since I have two other dogs at home. I would recommend going to PACC before getting a pet.
Abuse at P.A.C.C..
Public be aware that just about all dogs coming from this shelter have "Kennel Cough". While this sounds minor, it is not and will require a vets care.
My pet dog was there and contracted same . My dog was under quarantine but allowed to be mauled by another dog. Requiring vets care .
I fully intend to charge the persons responcible with a violation of cruelty to my animal.
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