The History of Foothills Animal Rescue Phoenix

Foothills Animal Rescue started out as a small shelter in Cave Creek, Arizona, in 1995. We were foster-based and focused on spaying, neutering and adoption for homeless animals in the community. We never dreamed that we would grow to the size that we are today, and we certainly never dreamed of the many lives we’d save.

The first change to our humble beginnings was when we partnered with an animal health services organization and moved into a shared office. Eventually, the day came when we wanted to have our own full-scale shelter and we had the resources to do it. By 2009, Foothills Animal Rescue, with its increased income, board and staff, hired an executive director and purchased the two buildings we have today. After much renovation, the two adjoining buildings were opened to the public.

Rehabilitating the space, which was a former real estate office, presented quite a challenge which continued over the next few years. But as building functions and animal needs became clearer with use, this prime location has enhanced Foothills Animal Rescue’s board, staff, revenues, adoptions, volunteer pool and community interactions. We got the result we wanted – More animals saved than we ever imagined possible.

Through 2011 and 2012, Foothills Animal Rescue evaluated, developed and expanded its board and staff expertise, capacity, structure and overall competence. We were also able to add three new events to our signature event Pasta for Paws – Pins for Paws, Whiskers & Wine, and Rock and Roll Rescue. This has greatly diversified our fundraising and expanded our revenues. Our thrift store remains our primary source of income and community interaction.

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Asilomar Animal Statistics
 
Print Date
Thursday, August 13, 2015
  
Start Date
1/1/2014 12:00 AM
  
 
End Date
12/31/2014 11:59 PM
 
Site
All
  
 
     
Annual Live Release Rate: 96.45%
   
The Annual Live Release Rate does not include 0 owner/guardian requested euthanasia which were unhealthy & untreatable and 3 dogs and cats that died or were lost in the shelter/care.
  
Dogs
Cats
Total
A
BEGINNING SHELTER COUNT 1/1/2014
29
40
69
     
 
INTAKE (Live Dogs & Cats Only)
   
B
From the Public
94
170
264
C
Incoming Transfers from Organizations within Community/Coalition
268
38
306
D
Incoming Transfers from Organizations outside Community/Coalition
0
0
0
E
From Owners/Guardians Requesting Euthanasia
0
0
0
F
Total Intake [B + C + D + E]
362
208
570
G
Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia (Unhealthy & Untreatable Only)
0
0
0
H
ADJUSTED TOTAL INTAKE [F minus G]
362
208
570
     
     
     
I
ADOPTIONS
340
189
529
     
J
OUTGOING TRANSFERS to Organizations within Community/Coalition
7
2
9
     
K
OUTGOING TRANSFERS to Organizations outside Community/Coalition
0
0
0
     
L
RETURN TO OWNER/GUARDIAN
5
0
5
     
 
DOGS & CATS EUTHANIZED
   
M
Healthy (Includes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia)
0
0
0
N
Treatable – Rehabilitatable (Includes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia)
0
0
0
O
Treatable – Manageable (Includes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia)
1
1
2
P
Unhealthy & Untreatable (Includes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia)
8
10
18
Q
Total Euthanasia [M + N + O + P]
9
11
20
R
Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia (Unhealthy & Untreatable Only)
0
0
0
S
ADJUSTED TOTAL EUTHANASIA [Q minus R]
9
11
20
     
T
SUBTOTAL OUTCOMES [I + J + K + L + S]
361
202
563
 
Excludes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia (Unhealthy & Untreatable Only)
   
     
U
DIED OR LOST IN SHELTER/CARE
1
2
3
     
V
TOTAL OUTCOMES [T + U]
362
204
566
 
Excludes Owner/Guardian Requested Euthanasia (Unhealthy & Untreatable Only)
   
     
W
ENDING SHELTER COUNT 12/31/2014 11:59:00 PM
29
44
73
 
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