Animal Cops: San Francisco

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Daily 10:00 PM on Animal Planet Premiered Jan 01, 2005 Between Seasons

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Animal Cops: San Francisco

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Animal Care and Control (ACC) is responsible for San Francisco's stray, injured, abandoned, neglected and mistreated animals, as well as for the enforcement of all state and local animal control and welfare laws. The department and the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals share a common purpose in saving animals' lives, preventing animal suffering and eliminating animal abandonment. The ACC provides shelter services for the surrender of animals, the collection of strays, as well as adoption and the search for lost pets. It's uniformed and trained deputy animal control officers patrol the city on a regular basis, respond to animal-related emergencies, investigate cases of animal abuse and provide 24-hour service in picking up seriously injured or sick strays for veterinarian care.

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AIRED ON 6/10/2005

Season 1 : Episode 11

Captain Vicky Guldbech

Captain Vicky Guldbech

ACC Head of Field Services

Lieutenant Michael Scott

Lieutenant Michael Scott

ACC Officer

Dr. Bing Dilts

Dr. Bing Dilts

ACC Veterinarian

Officer Andy O'Brien

Officer Andy O'Brien

ACC Officer

Officer Ellie Sadler

Officer Ellie Sadler

ACC Officer

Officer John Denny

Officer John Denny

Officer of the San Francisco Police Department

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  • SWAT, COPS, DEA, Border Patrol, Animal Cops San Francisco: which one doesn't fit?

    1.0
    I guess if Nancy Pelosi represents you, saving animals is the only law enforcement you know or want.

    If you love hippies and rainbows, this is the show for you!



    I found this show while channel surfing and immediately blocked the channel.



    Who would'a thought an actual person could think the life of a cat mattered so much? The only positive of the show: it made me acutely aware of my good fortune in life - that I don't live in San Francisco and that I like a good, medium-rare, bone-in ribeye.



    Don't get me wrong, I don't torture animals or euthanize dogs for fun; but a cop show all about saving animals?



    For the most screwed up city in our nation to be so proud of their animal cops - though, in truth: if they aren't rounding up illegals or taking a stand against actual crime, their "law enforcement professionals" gotta do something, why not save cats.moreless
  • This program is my favorite.

    10
    This show should be awarded for its efforts. I watch this program everyday, and i cannot believe the idiots who neglect and abuse animals. Education is the key, and the officers of the ASPCA are more than fair with the people that truly abuse defenseless animals. This is a program that everyone should watch. I am glued to the tv when this is on. I only wish that the show could follow up even further with some of the criminal animal cruelty cases it airs. I also hate that some of the offenders have their faces blurred out! Keep it up!moreless
  • This show highlights how important it is to be kind to animals! Yet sadly, it shows how many people are cruel to them instead.

    10
    I've always been an animal lover so this show was a natural for me to watch. Sometimes, I CAN'T watch it, because of the absolutely heartless & unbelievable cruelty that is discovered! Honestly, it takes a very strong & loving spirit to be an ACC officer, & I applaud them for the wonderful job they do! This show highlights the importance of being ready & able, both emotionally & financially, before you get a pet - they're so dependent upon you! Be kind to animals, & spay/neuter your pets: God gave them to us to watch over - please do!moreless
  • the animal police are just arresting people who cruel to animals and they help the animals too.

    7.9
    it's a great show the help hurt, trapped, and abandoned animals and arrest the people who did that to them, it's justice due to abused animals which is why it's a great show capturing 90 cats in a abanndon home or helping horse thats sick or stopping pitbull fight's. it's a great show.
  • I like this show. The exposure of animal neglect and abuse is necessary. It cannot continue to be kept secret. Exposure is not the only thing necessary; educating the public on humane care of animals has become crucial.moreless

    9.0
    If I were into wearing hats, I would be tipping mine to you.

    This show is instrumental in showing the harsh reality of how too many pets are mistreated and abandoned like an old pair of jeans, in this country.



    I'd like to see less recapping of the show after the commercials are over and a little more of what actually happens during a case.



    When it comes to animal protection, it seems to me, that Georgia laws are too weak.



    I have been working to get a kennel exposed. Want to come to GA and show them how to do things right? GA sure could use the help.



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  • © 2006 Martin Klimek / Getty Images / Animal Planet
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  • © 2006 Martin Klimek / Getty Images / Animal Planet
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