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Animal Shelter reviews in Everett

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    Buddy Dog Humane Society Inc
    The staff at Buddy Dog Humane Society Inc are very nice people and seem knowledgeable. Their quality, responsiveness, and professionalism were excellent.
    - Katherine F.
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    They are a great shelter. It's a nice and clean facility and they like to advertise their dogs pretty aggressively trying to get them home. They are a no-kill shelter.
    - Lynne B.
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    We had very good service. We had to go and pick up the dog, it did not come to us. Everybody who we worked with, and there was a number of people we worked with, was good and professional with the payment. We used PayPal. The price was standard.
    - Nancy R.
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    Pet Express Transport Service LLC
    Open line of communication from beginning to end and they were very prompt. All of the dogs they delivered that afternoon looked well care for.  Great Service.  Highly recommend using them.
    - Stephanie O.
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    Although we already had a dog, We would visit this shelter to,check out the dogs, as well as check out theire website. We saw a dog on-line that we immediately felt that we had to see In person. When we got to the shelter he was actually out at the vet, being neutered. We went back the next day, and saw that there was quite a bit of interest in him. We expressed interest in him to the workers, but, Since we had another dog, we had to bring her to meet him to see how they got along. We came back that night. They were very busy, but we were able to have a private meeting with the two dogs. Our only hesitation was that our dog was a little older, and we wanted to talk to,her vet to see if he thought it would be a good for her if we got another dog. He said it would be good for her, so we came back only to see that other people were waiting to see the dog that we were interested in. It was really busy, and those people didn't want to wait, so they left, which was good for us because we were next in line to see the dog that we wound up adopting. Our new dog was very rambunctious, and the shelter recommended a wonderful trainer, from whom we did several private classes, as well as classes with other dogs. Chris made a world of difference. This is a wonderful organization. The dogs and cats are well taken care of and most of the staff are volunteers and truly care about the animals. The downside was that there was not much background information on our dog as he was a stray, but that is to be expected when you adopt from a shelter. The adoption fee includes spaying/neutering. and.shots. The next day we took him to the vet for a thorough exam, and also took hi to a groomer for a good bath. This is a high volume, no kill shelter and many dogs are shipped here from other parts of the country.. When we adopted our dog it was very busy, and there was quite a bit of interest in our dog, so if you see a dog or cat that you really like, my advice is to,adopt them before someone else does. As far as the cat adoption, our daughter had adopted a cat, from this shelter, who passed away after three years. After he passed away she went to this shelter and they could not have been kinder to her. She was quite upset after losing her cat and the volunteers there were so compassionate. She wound up finding a cat and adopting again, and is very happy as well. I would not hesitate to adopt from this shelter again.
    - Susan G.
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    Broken Tail Rescue Inc
    We were looking for a "bullet proof dog" - one that was wonderful with kids (3 and 8 yrs old), high enough energy to exhaust the kids playing with her in the yard and yet mellow enough to lie there and be loved, one that is great in the car and and very healthy ... a "perfect" family dog.  We contacted Joy at Broken Tail at the suggestion of a friend.  She was wonderful to work with, and after a nice phone interview (to make sure we were good adopters) we were quickly introduced to a 2-year old yellow lab, rescued from Tennessee and brought into Massachusetts for adoption.  She had just completed her mandatory isolation (two days) and had a full vet check, deworming, spaying, etc.  We met her (Daisy) at a day care center, and thought she would be perfect.  Joy wanted to make sure she would be a good fit for everyone, and so she brought Daisy out to our house a few days later to meet the full family and experience the house.  There was zero pressure, and a total commitment that if anything didn't work out that they would take her back and either find us another dog and/or refund our money.  It was very clear they cared very much about finding the right fit for the dog. After the adoption, we had several other questions for Joy, and she has been very giving of her time and advice.  And needless to say, we have been overjoyed with Daisy.  She has exceeded our expectations - actually, the biggest problem now is both kids want to sleep with her!  So now we are looking to adopt another rescue dog. For those people that feel adopting a rescue dog is a higher risk than getting a new puppy - we feel the exact opposite.  With a puppy, you won't know the puppies personality and health for many months to a year.  With a rescue dog from Broken Tail, you can get to know the animal before bringing it into your home, experience the dog in your home with your family and pets, before adopting.  And even then, know that if it doesn't work out that they will lovingly take her back and find her an appropriate home. We highly recommend Broken Tail and getting a rescue dog.
    - Chris M.
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    Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire
    They were very helpful and we are vary happy with our cat. The staff is extremely kind and dedicated to the animals and their well being. The facility is well maintained and very clean.
    - Sarah C.
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    Greyhound Adoption Service Inc
    Greyhound Adoption Service just redone their facility. They spent a lot of money and adopted out all of their greyhounds and didn't take anymore in and did a complete rehab. The woman who runs the facility is very keen at matching the dog to the family. She seems to have a knack for that. She looked at our family and we talked for a long while and she showed us a couple of dogs and the one that she recommended was the one that became our forever girl. They don't charge anything other than the spaying and neutering cost. We probably will go back to them in the fall. 
    - Gary and Karin B.
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    Northeast Animal Shelter cares for animals and it is a no kill animals shelter and the people are friendly. We go in there and look for what we like and we are out, it is a swift process.
    - Maxwell L.
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    Sterling Animal Shelter
    We have not adopted an animal yet. They have different prices for different animals and it's all online. The website is very good and they seem to have a very efficient and clean and nice facility. They really seem to be moving animals and finding them good homes, but the dog that I was interested in was given away to somebody else before I got there.
    - Elaine K.
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