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How Many Animals Does DAS Care For?

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Collier County Domestic Animal Services cares for thousands of animal each and every year.  Some are adopted, others are returned to their owners.  Unfortunately, some are euthanized for health or behavioral reasons.

If you would like more information on the homeless animal population in Collier County, you are welcome to browse through the shelter's statistics.

FY 18 multi-year statistical review 

 

Email DAS with questions, by clicking here.

 In compliance with F.S. 823.15, we report the numbers of cats and dogs taken in and the dispositions of cats and dogs on a monthly basis.  To see these statistics, please click here.

To see our monthly live release rates, calculated using the Asilomar Accords, please click here.For more information on the Asilomar Accords, visit Maddie's Fund or Shelter Animals Count.

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