MCACC by the Numbers

East Valley Animal Shelter and Durango Animal Shelter Numbers, facts, figures

In recent years, we have seen a decline in overall animal intake numbers. At the same time, we have been able to adopt out or relocate a higher percentage of the animals that do come through our doors – MCACC has been maintaining an average annual save rate of 94% or higher since 2017. These positive trends have allowed us to reevaluate and adjust our approaches to try save more lives and find forever homes for the shelter pets in our care. MCACC has also been focused on providing more support services to help pet owners keep their pets in their homes instead of surrendering them due to hardships.

Intake and Return 

Steady Decline in Animal Intake

Steady Increase in Return to Owner

Steady Increase in Return to Owner

Shelter  Stats

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Durango Care Capacity 

Demand Can be Up to 550 Animals

Save Rate

Save Rate for Animals to Leave the Shelter