Average number of days that it took a dog (on the NYC AC&C's "To Be Destroyed" list) to catch an illness and be placed on the list. … [Read more...] about Average Days to Becoming Sick
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At Risk List - Rescue Only vs Public Availability by Shelter … [Read more...] about At Risk List – Rescue Only vs Public Availability by Shelter
Percentage of dogs on the NYC ACC'S "To Be Destroyed" list (by month) that were either killed, placed, returned to owner, or carried over to the next … [Read more...] about At Risk Success Rate – List Population
Average number of dogs that the NYC AC&C places on the "To Be Destroyed" list every night. … [Read more...] about Average Daily At Risk List Size
Number of dogs (by month) on the NYC ACC's "To Be Destroyed" list that were placed, and what their behavior rating was.none - no behavior eval was … [Read more...] about At Risk Placements by Behavior Rating
“One Less Dog that Will Need a Walk Today”Chilling words to any animal advocate, but to find out those words actually flowed from the lips of … [Read more...] about “One Less Dog”
Not too long ago, it was rare to go a few days without rescues receiving an urgent email plea from NYC AC&C, stating that a particular … [Read more...] about “Silent Killers” – The New NYC AC&C “Policy”
Check this out this new commercial released by the NYC AC&C:WATCH HERE: … [Read more...] about The NYC AC&C – NY’s Kindest??
Meet Dana, An adorable bull dog mix currently at the Brooklyn NYC AC&C. Poor Dana was returned to the shelter, a stray, on 6/7. A STRAY? Hang on … [Read more...] about Incompetence Running Rampant at ACC – Part 10 – EMPLOYEE Surrenders??
PHILLY - A0887239 - SUPER … [Read more...] about An Open Letter to New York Animal Care & Control
Little Debbie entered the ACC on January 8th, 2013 as a stray, and was quite perfectly named. She was dessert personified...... a tasty snack cake … [Read more...] about The Deaths of Little Debbie and Dutch
When the name Elisabeth Manwiller is mentioned, it is generally met with eye rolls and groans-- and rightfully so. Why you ask? Elisabeth was, until … [Read more...] about “NYCACC and High Morale” (How to Tell when You’re Doin’ it Wrong)
Out of all the firings and "resignations" happening at AC&C recently, one of the worst employees to ever be hired in the NYC shelter system has … [Read more...] about Adopt a Dead Dog?
- By Jeff Latzer, co-founder of Adopt NY, in collaboration with Urgent Pets on Death Row Behind every corrupt politician’s sudden resignation to, … [Read more...] about The Real Reason Julie Bank Resigned
Even those people who are new to Urgent know that NYC AC&C does not waste any time slapping a dog on the kill list to clear kennel space and stack … [Read more...] about No Hope for Trigger Happy New York
EditThe Meaning of Life ~ The Story of Anara and her Pups (written by Click To Zen)by Urgent Part 2 - Urgent Death Row Dogs on Sunday, December … [Read more...] about The Meaning of Life ~ The Story of Anara and her Pups (written by Click To Zen)
NYC AC&C's website proclaims that their mission is "to promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of pets and people in New York City." … [Read more...] about New York City, “We Have a Problem” – Shelters in Crisis (Part 1)
When Hero, a 10-month-old handsome brindle puppy, arrived at the Brooklyn shelter he was energetic, full of life, and full of love. After 10 days of … [Read more...] about Incompetence Running Rampant At NYCACC – PART 9 – Death of a Hero