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  • A
    The Animal Foundation - Lied Animal Shelter
    I would use them again, but I would probably look around because different shelters have different animals. If it's a decent shelter it may or may not have the animal you want. It's not really a competition. When the animal comes to you, it has been neutered, it has a chip so it can't get lost, it's been tested for sociability and for being healthy so that it's not carrying any disease. They give you cat food to take home, toys, coupons to exchange for cat food and to get medical care or the first check up. They have a veterinarian who checks the animal before it goes home with you. I just think they are very conscientious.
    - Judy L.
  • A
    Nevada PCA
    After they checked for a microchip, they told me I needed to take the kitten home for a little while. Then I will take the kitten back. They are understaffed, underpaid, and they are great. They really care about animals. It's a fantastic no-kill shelter. They work so hard and don't have the funding they need.
    - Georgina W.
  • A
    The Animal Foundation - Lied Animal Shelter
    I found the facility to be much better, cleaner and well organized than in the past.  I researched the dogs (puppies) I wanted to look at on the internet before I visited the Animal Foundation and found the workers to be very helpful.  The facility was clean and well run.  The workers were friendly and accomodating.  I looked at several dogs and brought them to a center area and was allowed my dog to interact with their dogs.  In the end, I adopted a 5 month old puppy that is very healthy and it was the best buy I ever purchased.  It only cost me $100.00 which included the neutering fees.  Overall a good experience.  I hope everybody adopts rather than buying from a pet store that creates the pet overpopulation problems rather than solving them. 
    - Holly R.
  • B
    The Animal Foundation - Lied Animal Shelter
    Adopting was a good experience because all of the building with dogs are kept fairly clean and organized, plus they allow you quite a bit of time alone with the dog if you need it. My only complaint was sometimes they still have dogs listed on the site that have already been adopted. They don't update it over the weekend or throughout the day. The neutering went fine the following day. When we brought him in a few weeks to get his booster shots, that was an interesting experieince. The vaccine clinic is only open 3-6pm weekdays, so it was packed when we got there at 4. We put down our name and they said they'd call us. In the meantime, some dumb people brought a sick puppy that likely had Parvovirus and it had diarrhea in the waiting area, near all of these unvaccinated pups! Luckily, the staff quickly separated all of us from the area and asked them to take the sick dog to a full service vet. Several people from the shelter sprung into action, cleaning up the mess and santizing the area. You could tell that they took it VERY seriously and I appreciated that. All in all, we ended up waiting until nearly 6pm (2 hrs) to just get our little guy back for his shots, but once he was up it was quick and easy. You can tell the people here really have the animals' best interest in mind, they just seemed a little overwhelmed with the amount of work.
    - Katie L.
  • C
    The Animal Foundation - Lied Animal Shelter
    Overall, it cost me two weeks and vet about $100+ to treat the dog. I don't mind having to pay; that comes with RESPONSIBLE dog ownership. But this credit to treat kennel cough that the dogs leave the shelter with is surely at the wrong animal hospital. It should be a floating credit to be used anywhere...someplace where the dog doesn't have to wait on line, infecting other patients.
    - Jane G.
  • F
    The Animal Foundation - Lied Animal Shelter
    I adopted two kittens from the LIED animal shelter. I wanted two females from the same litter.  The worker there inspected both cats and assured me they were female. A friend who was with me witnessed this.After they were fixed and I got them home, as they grew I noticed that one was male one was female. I contacted them requesting a refund of my adoption fee for one, since they misrepresented the animal. I wasn't about to return him because I already had him for six weeks, and loved him. They refused to acknowledge their mistake, and after sending a certified letter to the Director of the center I got no response.They clearly do not care about their reputation. In addition they are rude and unprofessional DON'T go to them for anything.The center in general is overcrowded and dirty, and they are more concerned with profit than people and pets.
    - Laurie B.
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