Animal Precinct follows the officers of the Humane Law Enforcement division of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) as they investigate cases of animal ... See full summary »
Animal Precinct follows the officers of the Humane Law Enforcement division of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) as they investigate cases of animal cruelty in New York City as well as arrest and prosecute those accused of animal cruelty. Written by
It was revealed in the episode that originally aired 18 July 2005 that "Agent H" is in fact Henry Ruiz who had appeared as both Agent H and Henry Ruiz separately before. See more »
ASPCA Special Agent for Humane Law Enforcement:
[when investigating a former dog-fighting location where there are dead Pitbulls]
When I told you it was a house of death, I wasn't kidding, it really, truly is. You know... one... two... three, and there's probably more that's just blending in with the rest of this junk.
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I just love "Animal Precinct"! Yes, it's frequently depressing the way people treat their animals, but most episodes end happily with rehabilitated dogs, cats and everything else finding good homes with loving adoptive parents.
I lived in NYC for three years and had no idea that there were anything such as "animal cops," but I'm glad to learn that they are out there arresting people for animal abuse.
As other reviewers have noted, sometimes Annemarie appears to be the "star," but many times she doesn't even show up in an episode. And I think her partner Joanne Sandano is just as great and my real favorites are the "comic relief" team of Romano and Pentangelo. It's funny to see these tough NYC cop types get so mushy around the animals.
Michael Madsen also does a great job with the voice over narration.
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