Humane Society of Williamson County

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  • 10930 Crystal Falls Parkway

    Leander, TX 78641

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  • 512-260-3602

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This is difficult review to write, but even though our story isn't the greatest DO ADOPT the pets living here and save them!

We adopted our Cocker Spaniel from this facility and were very shocked at the condition we found him in. He did NOT deserve to be treated so inhumane.

He had matts the size of softballs, no embelishing there. We had to call an emergency groomer to come to our home to shave him down because he had a stinch that our neighbors could smell next door. He could barely walk because his legs were matted to his body. It took 6 hours to get all the matts cut out & shaved down and that is with us helping her.

We didn't realize it until he was all shaven, that the long tail we thought he had -- was just a tail of matts!

The cage he lived in was so small that his nose and tail were pressed against the sides. He could not move at all. Not a pleasant sight. I don't know how he managed to eat.

They had given up on him since he was in there for 3 weeks or so. They were going to put him down the next day. Had they bathed and groomed this poor puppy, he would have been adopted a lot sooner.

What really upset us, was that the volunteer/employee actually said he was "shocked" that we were going to adopt him. I asked him when the last time he was outside his cage and he said I don't know a couple of days. Well, that must've been the truth because fecal matter was all in his coat.

His treatment is NOT acceptable even if the woman in charge apologized over and over again for his condition. I don't care if you are embarassed, this should NOT have occured especially at a Humane Society. You had him 3 weeks!!

Please do NOT take your adopted animal back here for their spaying or neutering BUT DO adopt them!! Take them to a Vet Clinic where you're assured a sterile environment. Our dog was newly professionally groomed yet he came back from his neutering surgery covered in feces. He also sufferd major issues and had to go to a Vet for medical care.

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This is difficult review to write, but even though our story isn't the greatest DO ADOPT the pets living here and save them!

We adopted our Cocker Spaniel from this facility and were very shocked at the condition we found him in. He did NOT deserve to be treated so inhumane.

He had matts the size of softballs, no embelishing there. We had to call an emergency groomer to come to our home to shave him down because he had a stinch that our neighbors could smell next door. He could barely walk because his legs were matted to his body. It took 6 hours to get all the matts cut out & shaved down and that is with us helping her.

We didn't realize it until he was all shaven, that the long tail we thought he had -- was just a tail of matts!

The cage he lived in was so small that his nose and tail were pressed against the sides. He could not move at all. Not a pleasant sight. I don't know how he managed to eat.

They had given up on him since he was in there for 3 weeks or so. They were going to put him down the next day. Had they bathed and groomed this poor puppy, he would have been adopted a lot sooner.

What really upset us, was that the volunteer/employee actually said he was "shocked" that we were going to adopt him. I asked him when the last time he was outside his cage and he said I don't know a couple of days. Well, that must've been the truth because fecal matter was all in his coat.

His treatment is NOT acceptable even if the woman in charge apologized over and over again for his condition. I don't care if you are embarassed, this should NOT have occured especially at a Humane Society. You had him 3 weeks!!

Please do NOT take your adopted animal back here for their spaying or neutering BUT DO adopt them!! Take them to a Vet Clinic where you're assured a sterile environment. Our dog was newly professionally groomed yet he came back from his neutering surgery covered in feces. He also sufferd major issues and had to go to a Vet for medical care.

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