Best Reptile experience for Children and adults
The Tour was the best experience ever with reptiles. The kids could touch and interact with some of the species. The guide was great and had all the knowledge to explain everything. there is a lot of passion and care. They are doing a very nice work of education, conservation and protection. very recommended for children and adults.
They love your animal as much as you do!
I am a very sensitive, overprotective pet mom; that said, this place gets my vote. Not too long ago my baby (a doberman named Boris) had a 104.2 fever and had the shakes. Even though it was the end of the day they didn't hesitate to have me come in and they saw my little man right away. They treated us with compassion and empathy and didn't overcharge me. My dog is 100% better and they were just as happy as I was to see him recover. I have seen both Dr. Mangone and Dr. Svoboda and recommend them both. Their office staff is lovely, as well. I highly recommend them.
Adopted here for years
I adore Sun Valley Animal Shelter and was confused to see bad reviews on this site. I adopted my first cat from here 10 years ago and have come back since to adopt another cat as well as a dog. First of all, it is by far the cleanest facility I have been to in Arizona and even when I lived in Washington State. You can tell they are truly dedicated to making their shelter comfortable and safe for all the animals housed there. The staff is friendly and there are always volunteers around walking the dogs and petting them no matter when I go. Their application process is not long compared to some other rescues I have been to, and its not like they even do home visits or anything. These...
Great People to busniness with!
Clean well maintained facility. The phone number was wrong It is 480-374-4444 They really do care for the horses they bring in. Be sure to say hello to their steer.
Sour Grapes Louise?
Sadly, the person above was not accepted as a good match for the dog by the foster. We are always accepting animals when we have open foster spaces. As we have no shelter, animals are given love and medical in our homes, supervised by a veterinarian. Our priority is our animals- if we feel that a person is not a good match, we simply will not let the animal go to them. For a REAL critique of the rescue please look at www.guidestar.org. we have adopted over 600 animals in 2008 and we keep going. If we do not accept animals, where do they come from???? This is a sour grapes issue.