Statistics were provided courtesy Emily Temte, DCHS's Wildlife Receptionist and Assistant Rehabilitator.
Jul 16, 2023
DCHS's Wildlife Center's Bi-Annual Stats
Summer stats are here! See our bi-annual patient volumes, species, and time of admissions. DCHS’s Wildlife Center hit its peak of patient intake at the end of May!
Sep 7th, 2023
Supporting Our Community Together
Your incredible support provides that extra help needed to keep families together.Full Story
Sep 5th, 2023
Clear The Shelters Helps Pets Find New Homes
DCHS helps more pets find loving homes in August, besting other recent months by a wide margin, thanks to the Clear The Shelters adoption event.Full Story
Aug 28th, 2023
An Ode to Crows
Enjoy an ode to crows, learn about theses interesting birds, and read a rehabilitation story from DCHS's Wildlife Program Manager.Full Story
Aug 1st, 2023
DCHS Hosts Clear The Shelters 2023
DCHS holds month-long adoption promotion to help more pets find loving homes during Clear The Shelters 2023.Full Story
Jul 31st, 2023
New Beginnings for Senior Dogs
Thanks to a generous grant award from The Grey Muzzle Organization, DCHS could provide necessary dental care to senior dog Barbie.Full Story
Jul 17th, 2023
It's Raining Woodpeckers!
Over 1,000 animals have already been admitted to DCHS’s Wildlife Center for rehabilitation in the first half of 2023. What species of songbird are we seeing the most? Woodpeckers!Full Story