Arizona Humane Society Sunny Slope (Main AZHS Facility)


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9226 N. 13th Avenue (13th Avenue and Hatcher Road)
Phoenix, AZ 85021
60299775

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Veterinarians & Specialists, Animal Shelters

www.azhumane.org

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Critters:  YesVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesLow-cost spay & neuter:  Yes
Puppy classes:  YesDog behavior classes:  Yes
Cat behavior classes:  NoAgility classes:  No
Animal assisted therapy:  YesFeral cat program:  Yes
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Humane education:  YesAnimal hospital:  Yes
Pet loss support:  NoPet survivor program:  Yes
Owner assistance services:  YesPrograms for kids/teens:  No
Prison dog program:  Yes

“The main Humane Society for the Phoenix-metro area.”

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4edited: November 19th, 2008

Awesome!


My mommy has been to this facility quite a few times (yes, she loves us animals!) and each visit was always positive. The place is clean, people are friendly and the animals - well, she'd just love to take them all home! She feels that if you should adopt before anything else - no pet stores!! Give a dog their second chance 8^}

posted: November 19th, 2008

 

 
4posted: November 30th, 2007

Good facility


Most of the people that work here truly love the animals and it shows. It has to be hard to work at a place like this and there is only so much they can do because of funding which is very sad. I adopted my little chi mix Jake from this shelter in 1994 and he was an amazing dog who I loved very much. Also when I was 14, my family adopted a beautiful Australian Cattle dog from this shelter and she was a dearly loved family member for 14 years. Also when I took Chaz for his booster shot at the clinic here when he was a puppy, he had a bad reaction so I rushed him back to this shelter and a very nice lady from the clinic met me in the parking lot and carried Chaz in and gave him a shot of benadryl. She was very caring and sympathetic to me as I was really worried.

 

 
1posted: October 6th, 2007


Unfortunatley, the facility was old and musty. We had only stopped by for a few minutes and were very unimpressed. Some of the dogs were outside, some in. THe dogs had no toys and were all in cages. The staff was not socializing with them at all. I DO NOT reccomend this shelter at all! But how I wish could have saved all those poor puppies but its not in our budget DX

 

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