In the southeastern corner of Michigan beats the industrial heart of America's "Motor City" — Detroit. And on the outskirts of town is the headquarters of the city's primary animal welfare agency, run by the nonprofit Michigan Humane Society (MHS).
Animal Cops: Detroit follows the MHS's animal cruelty investigators as they track down animal abusers and bring them to justice.
Introducing an exceptional team of investigators and dozens of astonishing cases, Animal Cops transports viewers to the heart of Detroit — a city where animal crimes revolve around dog-fighting, pets exposed to the elements and animal neglect.
Michigan Humane Society investigators in the Detroit area respond to more than 4,000 animal cruelty incidents a year and Animal Cops has unprecedented access to each story, as well as follow-ups on the fate of the perpetrators and their animal victims.
Follow the hard-hitting men and women of ANIMAL COPS as they take a bite out of animal cruelty.
This animal welfare series follows the men and women who investigate cases of animal cruelty; rescue sick and abused animals and fight for justice on their behalf. Hundreds of thousands of animals are rescued each year from coast to coast and it is the Animal Cops mission to give hope and create happy endings out of tragic situations.
Revealing the grim connection between animal mills and pet stores, join the teams at animal welfare organizations across the country as they investigate cases of animal cruelty and prosecute the perpetrators. Animal Planet's ANIMAL COPS sheds light on the men and women who track down cases of animal cruelty, rescue sick and abused animals, and fight for justice on their behalf. Witness this dedicated team's mission as they expose heartbreaking deception behind animal mills and cease the vicious cycle of animal cruelty on ANIMAL COPS
Animal Planet and the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have teamed up for the newest animal welfare reality series as part of the ever-popular Animal Cops brand. Animal Cops: Philadelphia follows the work of the Pennsylvania SPCA's Humane Law Enforcement team as they investigate cases of animal cruelty; rescue sick and abused animals and fight for justice on their behalf.
The Pennsylvania SPCA's humane law enforcement officers cover an area of over 46,000 square miles from their headquarters in Philadelphia. The six officers with full police powers and six agent trainees are on call 24 hours a day seven days a week protecting the city's one and a half million pets.
The officers are backed up by a dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians at the SPCA shelter hospital. With a committed animal behaviourist team they provide a second chance for injured, neglected or traumatized animals that have no other hope of receiving much-needed medical attention.
Animal Planet enters "The City" to bring the tireless work of San Francisco Animal Care and Control (ACC) to the forefront in Animal Cops: San Francisco. San Francisco ACC, with a team of 10 investigators and two full-time police officers, receives over 10,000 calls a year including animal-related emergencies, dog-fighting calls and animals in distress. The team covers the metropolitan district of San Francisco and responds to calls as unique as the town they are in. Capt. Vicky Guldbech and Lt. Michael Scott lead the San Francisco ACC team on the important mission of protecting the city's animal population.
Viewers see a wide range of animal issues in Animal Cops: San Francisco, from the touching reunion between a family and their cat that has been missing for seven years, to the disturbing stories of dogs that are mistreated in the rampant problem of dog-fighting rings in the city, to emotional rescue missions like a kitten caught in a chimney.
Animal Planet follows the outstanding work of the Animal Cruelty Inspectors at the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, in a brand new series of the ever popular ‘Animal Cops'. With just 12 full time, uniformed, inspectors on the road investigating animal cruelty complaints across Cape Town and beyond. The facilities at the centre in the Cape of Good Hope, includes housing for 400 dogs, 200 cats and 25 horses with 80 staff on site to take care of all those animals seized. The series joins the officers as they investigate dog fighting, a popular and illegal sport in the area, whilst the wildlife rescue team deal with anything from seals, baboons, crocodiles, tortoises, snakes and birds of prey to zebras, impalas and even penguins- and Animal Planet will be there to witness all the action.