A Wheaten terrier is put in a car trunk and dumped by the road; emaciated goats are rescued from a petting zoo; an animal hoarder; a stray dog is trapped on a freeway.
Miami Animal Services Unit officers look at past cases.
Specialized wildlife trappers relocate exotic animals.
A dog has a gunshot wound; a dog has a collar embedded in its neck; crocodiles are relocated from a golf course; pit bull pups get a new home.
Alligator threatens apartment-building residents; injured cat; threatening dog; kittens in a locked, impounded car.
Dog's collar becomes embedded in her neck; owner refuses to get his dogs spayed and neutered.
Neglected Rottweilers; an alligator threatens abandoned puppies; a gator lays eggs amid a busy tourist-attraction.
Hoarders must surrender 18 dogs; emaciated German shepherd; illegal pit-bull fighting ring.
Agricultural patrol officers investigate a yearlong series of animal slaughters.
A dead dog and one that is still alive are found in a backyard; a puppy is tied to a box in a backyard; gators have been circling a fishing dock.
A dead pit-bull appears to have choked on its chain or overheated; a dog in filthy conditions; dogs may have trapped a snake.
A dead dog is tied to a tree; a hoarder has 84 dogs and she is too frail to care for them; an alligator concerns railroad workers along a canal.
Investigating a dead puppy in a pet-shop window, officers find many more dogs in need of urgent care.
A Miami ranch is littered with dead and sick animals; a dog rescued from a well; raccoons invade an attic.
Officers executing a search warrant at an animal breeder's place allegedly discover dozens of sick puppies in a "house of torture.".
Wild raccoons take over a woman's house; crated puppies; dog guards dead companion.
Gator feeds on carcasses of sacrificed goats; illegal pit-bulls; malnourished horse; stray dog is adopted.
Officer encounters two rampaging pit bulls; stray canine mother and her pups can't be coaxed from under a shed.
Suspected pit-bull fighting location; neglect of cows, horses and exotic birds.
A tiger goes to the vet; a vicious dog protects a man whom police must arrest.
Officers find an emaciated dog with a bad leg wandering around town; strange animals are seen at a restaurant.
Twelve-foot python on the loose; man's property is overrun with 17 dogs, stray cats and trash; aggressive stray boar.
An officer is called in to capture three escaped snakes at a farm; a spot check at a petting farm turns up malnourished horses.
A wildlife trapper is called to capture gators terrorizing a neighborhood; dog trapped in a canal; cat hoarder.
A 9-foot alligator heads for a busy mall; investigators put a cockfighting farm out of business.
Nearly 50 animals inhabit a warehouse; ducklings trapped in a storm drain.
A freeway-crossing gator causes a 9-mile traffic backup in Miami; an officer is confronted by an aggressive German shepherd.
A Doberman lacks food and water, and there is no sign of its owner; a stray goat has a package around its neck; a gator must be relocated.
An officer discovers two neglected and pregnant Labrador retrievers, including one that is too weak to give birth.
A wheaton terrier is left in an abandoned car's trunk; an exotic wildlife expert must relocate an 8-foot alligator.
For the Miami Animal Police team at the Department Animal Services Unit, their city is literally an urban jungle. Join the team as they deal with nearly 2,500 calls a month.
A man abandons his two dogs when he is evicted from his home.
A hoarder refuses to give up his 18 dogs.
Trappers try to relocate two alligators threatening families at a fishing dock; a Doberman puppy is saved from a horrible death; two abused dogs are rescued.
Owner deprives dogs of food, water and shelter; injured kitten; repeat abuser; gator eggs.
Officers find a dead dog tied to a tree and another canine that appears fine despite allegedly being abandoned.
Special investigators follow up on a report of a neglected Rottweiler; agents respond to a call reporting a dog covered in ticks and barely able to move.
Special investigators follow up on a report that a dog has been starved to death; a horse is found dead, and the investigators must find out what happened.
A Wheaton terrier is left in an abandon car's trunk; an unwanted 8-foot alligator must be moved.
A blind alligator comes to the attention of wildlife trapper Todd Hardwick.
Officers encourage a man with 17 animals to give up some of them; agents attempt to infiltrate a cockfighting ring.