Animal Cops: Phoenix

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Animal Cops: Phoenix
Genre Reality
Documentary
Crime
Mystery
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 10
Production
Location(s) Phoenix, Arizona
Camera setup Multiple
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Tin Can Island
Distributor Discovery Communications
Release
Original network Animal Planet
Original release 2008 (2008) – 2017

Animal Cops: Phoenix, formerly titled Animal Planet Heroes: Phoenix, is an American documentary reality television series that first premiered in 2008 on Animal Planet. The hit TV series has returned to Phoenix for another 10 episodes and will premiere on Sunday, February 19, 2017.

The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) is Arizona's largest non-profit animal welfare and protection agency and is devoted to rescuing and caring for the Valley's sick, injured and abused homeless animals. AHS' field operations team employs thirteen animal cruelty investigators/Emergency Animal Medical Technicians (EAMTs) who respond to more than 11,000 animal rescues and suspected cases of animal cruelty each year. At the heart of the Arizona Humane Society is AHS' Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital, the largest shelter-based trauma hospital in the Southwest. The trauma hospital treats nearly 9,000 animals each year. Yet, that is just the beginning of the animal's journey to adoption as many receive one-on-one care from AHS' behavior team and foster heroes.

Tune in to see first-hand the transformation that animals undergo when a group of compassionate and committed heroes come together to change the course of an animal's life.

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