The county of Miami-Dade, Fla., covers more than 2,000 square miles, ranging from South Beach to the Everglades. It is filled with millions of creatures — alligators, Chihuahuas, you name it — but there is only one team dedicated to animal emergencies: the men and women of Animal Cops: Miami.
For the team at the Miami-Dade Animal Services Department, their city is literally an urban jungle. Join the team as they deal with nearly 2,500 calls a month: a loose alligator causes a 9-mile backup on the freeway, a python is found in a public restroom, and a cult that sacrifices animals is discovered. These cases, along with many forms of animal abuse, are explored in Animal Cops: Miami.
Animal Cops: Miami follows a team of officers dedicated to the Animal Services Department as they police the 2.2 million people of the extremely diverse Miami-Dade County area. Based minutes from downtown Miami and on call 24 hours a day, Animal Services responds to a broad range of animal situations, from the most dangerous and serious cases to more light-hearted ones.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Animal Cops: Miami - Animal Cops: Houston - Netflix
Animal Cops: Houston is an American documentary reality television series that premiered in 2003 on Animal Planet. It takes place in Houston, Texas, and focuses on the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (HSPCA). The series is the third in a series of “umbrella rotation” of shows known collectively as “Animal Planet Heroes”.
Animal Cops: Miami - Cast - Netflix
Jim Boller — Chief cruelty investigator (2003–2004); director of shelter & field services (2004–October 2005) Max Mixson — Senior cruelty investigator (2003–2004); chief cruelty investigator (2004–2005); cruelty investigator (2005–January 2006) Scott Wernick — Cruelty investigator (2004–2005) Barbra Christiansen — Cruelty investigator (2003–2005) Deborah Turner — Cruelty investigator (2003–2005) Sheila Kennedy — Cruelty investigator (2003–2006) Ernie Angerstein — Cruelty investigator (2003–2005) Charles Jantzen — Assistant chief cruelty investigator (2003–2005); chief cruelty investigator (2005–2012) Ana Herrera — Animal cruelty Deputy Constable Dr. Courtney Forbes — (2003–2006) Dr. Anne Underwood — (2003–2006) Patti Mercer — President, Houston SPCA (2003–2012) Judge Dale Gorczynski — District judge, Harris County, Texas (2003–2012) Sage (Whitney) Halford — Veterinary technician (2004–2005); cruelty investigator (2006–2008) Dana (Moss) Almangor — Cruelty investigator (2005–2008) Jennifer Francis — Cruelty investigator (2005–2007) Kristie Franks — Cruelty investigator (2005–2006); senior investigator (2006–2012) Robert McClintock — Cruelty investigator (2006–2012) Enrique Castillo — Cruelty investigator (2007–2008) Debbie Michielson — Cruelty investigator (2007–2012) Liz Pavlicek — Cruelty investigator (2007–2012) Trischa Price — Cruelty investigator (2007–2012) Shauna Sundberg — Cruelty investigator (2007–2012) Randy Farmer — Cruelty investigator (2007–2012) Robert McCarty — Cruelty investigator (2008–2010) Mark Lutkenhaus — Cruelty investigator (2008–2012) Dr. Catalena Thurston — (2007–2010) Dr. Dev Rajan — (2006–2010) Dr. Roberta Westbrook — (2008–2010) Dr. Barbara Kohl — (2009–2010) John Lurie — Narrator (2003–2004) Robert Leigh — Narrator (2004–2012) Christine Kendrick — Deputy Constable, Harris County Precinct One Constable's Office (2003—2012) Steve Wisniewski — Farrier (2005–2012) Maverick Wagner — Cruelty investigator (2010–2012) Megan Leger — Cruelty investigator (2010–2012) Dr. Frank Shuman — (2010–2012) Dr. Cheryl Hoggard — (2010–2012) Dr. Neidra Carvin — (2010–2012) Meera Nandlal - Public Relations Manager (2008-2012)
Animal Cops: Miami - References - Netflix