Purple wrote:I just enjoy the reading.
I am still not sure if I want to pursue it, as I am really more interested in dogs and cats. I know horses and cows, I don't know birds and reptiles.
I am pretty sure an ACO's work would encompass all animals, not just the cats and dogs.
Animal control does stuff like loose dogs, wildlife control, picking up unwanted pets, ect.
I have a little saying which helps people understand the difference "ACO's protect the people from the animals, Cruelty Investigators protect the animals from the people"
...talking about Rochester ?
because They do respond to wildlife calls.
Youve been called out to assist them because they legally have no power to remove a dog from the property, so they need a police officer to assist. (Im assuming your an officer)
When I worked for Ras we never responded to cruelty complaints it always went straight to the Cruelty investigators.
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