SHELTER STATISTICS

In 2019, 221 dogs came into our care. 90% were reunited with their owner.

13 dogs were adopted to new homes. 8 dogs were euthanized, all due to aggression.

40 cats came into our care. 5 were claimed by their owner, 21 were adopted
to new homes, and 11 were euthanized. Of those 11, 3 of the cats had been hit by cars and were in critical distress. The other 8 were also in critical distress due to terminal illness and were euthanized on the advice of a veterinarian.

Animal Control Officers responded to 2,347 complaints in 2019.

In 2018, 210 dogs came into our care. 83% were reunited with their owner.

15 dogs were adopted to new homes. 16 dogs were euthanized.

29 cats came into our care. 6 were claimed by their owner, 19 were adopted
to new homes, and 4 were euthanized.

Animal Control Officers responded to 2,799 complaints in 2018.

Did you know?

 

Animals in our care are never euthanized due to lack of space or because they take too long to be adopted. Dogs are only euthanized if they are suffering from distress that can not be treated by a veterinarian, or if their aggressive behaviour is a threat to public safety.

Cats are only euthanized if they are in critical distress that cannot be treated by a veterinarian.

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