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    Statistics

    2010 Animal Statistics Table

    In August of 2004, a group of animal welfare industry leaders from across the nation convened at Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California for the purpose of building bridges across varying philosophies, developing relationships and creating togetherness with all on the same footing.  When we work together pooling our resources and working creating goals focused on reducing euthanasia of healthy treatable companion animals in United States.  Through hard work, discussion and brainstorming a common vision was adopted.  More information on Asilomar can be found at www.AsilomarAccords.org

     What is our goal is to build a coalition by non-profit agencies that are teaming with municipal organizations to provide services.  Without participation outside the government environment, we have little in saving all the lives of unwanted animals in our community.  There must be pro-active programming in our community and working together with our coalition members and reporting our statistics in the Asilomar Accords definitions.    

     

     

    Our Statistics For The Year 2013

    6675 Animals received 

    1098 Animals returned to the owner 

    1281 Animals adopted from the shelter  

    727 Animals sent to Rescue Groups / Other agencies

     

    Highlights
    Bark Park Big Hill - Closing

    The time has come. Some of you may have noticed the large "patches" on the hill. With the constant rain and weather, the hill hasn't been keeping up appearances. We received word from the Solid Waste folks that November 12, 2014, the main hill will close for the winter. In the interim, please stay away from the patches and any cones that have been put out. These mark areas that are either undergoing refurbishment or repair. On a positive note, a grant application has been submitted for new furniture and replacement trash receptacles for the park. We will keep everyone posted on the developments. Sonny's Acres will remain open throughout the winter season.

    Mingle With Our Mutts

    Please join us the Second Sunday of each month from Noon - 2 PM for Mingle with Our Mutts we will have lots of adoptable dogs and cats looking for new homes.