The Arizona Humane Society’s dedicated team of emergency technicians and investigators work hard to make sure the animals of Arizona receive the medical care they need.
A heat-exhausted domestic rabbit is abandoned in a car park. Plus, investigator Mark persuades the owner of six underfed dogs to give them more food.
Investigator Mark rescues a dog with open wounds from a crate and the Phoenix Fire Department try to reach a cat stuck 40ft up a palm tree in fierce winds.
As summer arrives, temperatures exceed 100F. Mark rescues a skinny Rottweiler chained out in the hot sun, and investigators seek out kittens trapped under roof tiles.
The AHS Field Dispatch Team gets 200 calls daily for animals needing help. A dog and her nine puppies need rescuing from a storm drain before the rain arrives.
Investigators Ruthie and Kelly fight 150F heat on a roof to save four kittens. Mark rescues an abandoned Chihuahua whose hind legs were crushed by a car.
Investigators Andy and Jeana help a skunk and cat trapped together in a storm drain. Officer Kelley finds a snake dumped on a golf course - with a horrific injury.
Officer Andy is pushed to his physical limits as he and Cynthia chase an injured dog through the dry canal system. And the AHS respond to a cock-fighting operation.
Investigator Mark seizes six abandoned dogs from a house where the owner has been evicted. A feral cat with an injured paw living at the Police Department's garage is treated.
Mark tries to catch two untamed cats in a hoarder's house full of over sixty felines. Kelley rescues a German shepherd puppy with an unhealthy appetite for rocks.
Mark meets aggressive dogs and home-owners as he educates them about a new law making it illegal to keep a dog on a chain when temperatures hit over 100 degrees.