Contra Costa Animal Services Newsletter

January 2020

Happy New Year!

On behalf of the CCAS team, we would like to wish you a happy 2020. We hope your year is filled with happiness, health and maybe a new four legged addition to your family. We have some great updates in our first newsletter of the year, including our updated fee structure which took effect on January 1st, the announcement of our January adoption promotion and our Animal Tails blog about two new important animal laws taking effect in California this year. So without further ado, let’s jump snout first into 2020!
 
January Pet Adoption Special

January Adoption Promotion

We're celebrating 2020 with a $25 adoption special on all dogs. This special runs from January 11 - 18. The fee includes vaccinations, microchipping, and spay/neuter. It does not including the licensing fee. 
To view animals available for adoption, please visit www.CCASD.org.
 
Adopted Dog, Bronco

Remember Bronco? He was adopted a few months ago and we just received this sweet update.
"We adopted this sweet boy Diego (Bronco) in November from your Martinez shelter and are so in love."
Love is adoptable at your local animal shelter <3

CCAS animal stats

November Stats Available


We have recently compiled our stats and have posted them on our website. Why does it take so long to post our stats? Because we have a 30 day return policy, we want to ensure that our numbers accurately reflect that data.
 
Some highlights include:

  • Live Release Rate – All Animals = 93.92%

  • Live Release Rate – Dogs & Cats = 95.61%

  • Live Release Rate – Dogs = 96.99%

  • Live Release Rate – Cats = 93.95%

  • Adoptions = 192

  • Transfers = 147

  • Overall Animal Intake = 592

To view the full set of CCAS stats, go to www.ccasd.org

 
Dog with Briefcase

Blog: New Animal Laws Take Effect in 2020


For most people, New Year’s Eve is a time for fun and celebration. We enjoy going to, or hosting, New Year’s Eve parties with friends, great food and lots of celebratory noise. But for your pets, New Year’s Eve can be a stressful, scary time.

Read more . . .

New Fee Structure

In the News


Check out this recent story from East County Today about CCAS’s updated 2020 fee structure.
 
Contra Costa Animal Services New Fee Structure to Take Effect on January 1st

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