This place is so very well kept up and the people are very very kind! It's just very sad because most of the dogs there are some form of pitbull or pitbull mix and nobody wants them no matter what they tell you nobody really wants them and they've been giving away for a reason! Yuck!
The adoption process was smooth and easy. The staff answered all the questions we had. Lola was returned twice to this center. She was such a scared pup who suffers from major anxiety and there were signs of abuse from previous owners. Now she is spoiled beyond means and her personality is really starting to show.
We went to let toddlers pet the animals but the goats were huge and very pushy. The bunnies were cute, but wouldn't let us pet them. The kids were scared of the birds. It was over priced for the place. The only saving grace was the fact that it helped the animals. I would NOT recommend.
1 star - I love that they take pit bulls here. They do their homework when letting people adopt pets (making sure you are adopting an animal that is fit to your current living conditions). The facility is clean and doesn't reek like some places I have visited in the past.Resident Diva Bill at the front desk who mistook the reception area for a throne room needs to be fired. I brought family with me because we are interested in adopting a pet in the future and I wanted to make sure my kids were ready for that commitment. He refused to even acknowledge us after we stood there for several minutes patiently waiting. A volunteer came to help us out and we did our business. I came back to pay for tickets to the petting zoo and in case I misunderstood him the first time that we were in the reception area, he yet again ignored us until someone came along to help us out. Bill, get a new job if this one is so taxing on your ability to be a civilized human being. The petting zoo itself was okay; plenty of playful goats to feed and a spatter of other animals. Nice way to introduce your little ones to animals without them getting completely overwhelmed. However, it seemed like it was too small for the amount of animals that they had dedicated to the actual zoo area.
The place is great. I enjoyed myself. I think its for for teens and adults. My kids was scared because the goats are kinds aggressive. They dont bite but they will jump on you. Or try to hit each other for the food.
I adopted by kitty Bob from here. He was in amazing health and they set us up for the best and easiest transition. Not only was he already fixed and had his shots, but they also gave us a lot of free coupons to help get us started. He was chipped and already litter trained at a young age. They really cared for the animals and we really appreciated that!
This Spca is wonderful..it's clean the staff shows the forever pets such love and care and empathy very much seen and felt in the atmosphere..while we were there pets were going to their forever homes???. I too have an adopted family member...A great place to pick YOURS.
I am impressed with this no kill shelter from what I have seen. We haven't adopted from here, but did need to use the vet services. My dog misbehaved and the vets were patient.It seems they adopt out animals quickly. I hope they have a good screening in place for potential adopters.We also enjoy the petting zoo and my children plan to participate in some of the offered classes.
I took my daughter to the petting zoo here 2$ to get in 3 and under free. You can get a magazine about the area and it has kid free with adult purchase. Petting zoo opens at 11 am and closes at 4:30 pm. You can buy 1$ containers of food to feed the animals. My daughter had a blast running with the animals, petting, feeding and playing.
It's a very very clean facility it also have some great excellent workers who care about the animals and they keep a large selection of animals. It's my number one go-to place to find any type of animal that me and my wife is looking for I love that place and I hope it stay around for a long time
We adopted a dog here and since it is a no kill shelter that doesn't take strays (and more expensive than the Regional Animal Shelter) I assumed they did behavioral testing. ...Nope! They do zero checks and only gave us a 45min hold (normally only 30) to go get our own aminals to test with. Which we did outside by the bench. They seemed much more interested in getting our money than they did on how the dog would do in the new home! The dog is great so far, but I will be sticking to rescue groups or the Regional Shelter for any future adoptions.
I got my three Chihuahuas their shots here. The vets were great. My dogs don't like many people and almost never right away but they loved these people from the very outset. They didn't even seen to notice the shots being administered. They were more interested in the stick with cheese whiz on it. The price was unbeatable, too.
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