Center for Animal Care and Control

★★★★☆
  • 326 E 110TH St

    New York, NY 10029

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  • 212-722-3620

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I picked 2 dogs from there last week. I found them online and put the deposit on to hold them. Within a few hours the staff had called me and gave me updates and info about the dogs. The staff is great. Down stairs at the check in yes they seemed rushed, but if you spend any amount of time in the lobby you will see why. They are swamped with people bringing animals in. I arrived late in the day Monday so everything couldn't be finished up on Monday. when I arrived at 5:30PM Kira and Nicole were the only ones doing adoptions. I think there was about 10 people waiting for an adoption in front of me. Nicole introduced the dogs to me and let me spend time with them. After not even taking lunch earlier in the day and adoptions closing at 7 I believe she still stayed until shortly after 8, to see how the dogs were together and spend time with them. The vets had left so it was too late for the appropriate shots. Nicole was off the next day but Kira offered to get their shots and everything done first thing, and that I could arrive early the next day as I traveled over 3 hours to get there. When I arrived Tuesday she had already made sure the dogs were taken care of. We finished up some paper work and I was pretty much on my way. Kira is very knowledgeable about the behavior of the dogs. She spent a few minutes giving advice and I was out of there. The 2 dogs had kennel cough but that seems to of been cleared up within the week. They are very playful, and trainable. They walk great together on a leash, and play ball and listen very well off the leash (I live in a wooded, secluded area). I couldn't be happier with the dogs Missy and China. You might experience a wait there but that is because it is so busy. Even the staff cleaning the cages all had positive attitudes. Please please give this place a chance if you are looking for a dog! Thank you!

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★★★★★

I picked 2 dogs from there last week. I found them online and put the deposit on to hold them. Within a few hours the staff had called me and gave me updates and info about the dogs. The staff is great. Down stairs at the check in yes they seemed rushed, but if you spend any amount of time in the lobby you will see why. They are swamped with people bringing animals in. I arrived late in the day Monday so everything couldn't be finished up on Monday. when I arrived at 5:30PM Kira and Nicole were the only ones doing adoptions. I think there was about 10 people waiting for an adoption in front of me. Nicole introduced the dogs to me and let me spend time with them. After not even taking lunch earlier in the day and adoptions closing at 7 I believe she still stayed until shortly after 8, to see how the dogs were together and spend time with them. The vets had left so it was too late for the appropriate shots. Nicole was off the next day but Kira offered to get their shots and everything done first thing, and that I could arrive early the next day as I traveled over 3 hours to get there. When I arrived Tuesday she had already made sure the dogs were taken care of. We finished up some paper work and I was pretty much on my way. Kira is very knowledgeable about the behavior of the dogs. She spent a few minutes giving advice and I was out of there. The 2 dogs had kennel cough but that seems to of been cleared up within the week. They are very playful, and trainable. They walk great together on a leash, and play ball and listen very well off the leash (I live in a wooded, secluded area). I couldn't be happier with the dogs Missy and China. You might experience a wait there but that is because it is so busy. Even the staff cleaning the cages all had positive attitudes. Please please give this place a chance if you are looking for a dog! Thank you!

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This is truly a sad place. You know most of the dogs here will just be put to sleep. The staff doesn't seem like they care. The place is cold, literally, in the winter. Dogs looked very terrified. When I call about a certain dog I wanted to adopt, the wait to talk to staff took forever. And just no organization. It's really a sad sad place. Do adopt from here, but please don't drop off your pets here if you can find somewhere else.

PROS: None
CONS: Kill shelter, unpleasant environment. Disorganized.

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This is truly a sad place. You know most of the dogs here will just be put to sleep. The staff doesn't seem like they care. The place is cold, literally, in the winter. Dogs looked very terrified. When I call about a certain dog I wanted to adopt, the wait to talk to staff took forever. And just no organization. It's really a sad sad place. Do adopt from here, but please don't drop off your pets here if you can find somewhere else.

PROS: None
CONS: Kill shelter, unpleasant environment. Disorganized.

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