13 (7 adults and 6 puppies). Our first intake was on September 9, 2021.
6 (4 puppies and 2 adults)
2 broken limbs, 1 shattered pelvis, 1 dog with multiple tumors, four traumatized puppies that were dumped in a creek and at risk of hypothermia
We neutered five male dogs as part of operations and held our first S/N clinic, which served 29 cats (9male and 20 female) and 82 dogs (41male and 41female). Three dogs were pregnant and would have birthed 28 puppies between them. The clinic was understaffed due to Covid-19.
Distributed 17,152 pounds (almost 10,000lbs dog food and over 7000lbs cat food) to low-income families on the Reservation, serving 164 families. This food reached at least 377 dogs and at least 468 cats (several families did not provide numbers or under-reported their number of animals).
April 19 YTD - 15 dogs (8 puppies and 7 adults)
13 adoptions (9 puppies and 4 adults) and 1 Return-to-Owner
1 severely embedded collar
April 19 YTD - We spayed 16 females and neutered 15 males, and we've received a $10,000 grant for an upcoming clinic with the goal of 200 S/N surgeries. We hope to hold three clinics in total in 2022.
900 pounds of dog food distributed to 9 families, reaching 40 dogs.
April 19, 2022 YTD ASPCA Live Release Rate (total live outcomes divided by total intake) is 64.28%