Our data and the story that it tells.
Lifesaving starts with transparency.
Shelter Animals Count is a collaborative effort with broad representation from the animal welfare community. By creating standardized reporting and definitions for shelter statistics including intake, adoptions, return-to-owner, transfers, euthanasia and shelter deaths, we will increase live outcomes. The board is dedicated to furthering more transparency with anonymity through sharing of shelter data to increase lifesaving opportunities. Palm Valley Animal Center is a proud participant of this collaborative effort to ensure consistent and accurate reporting to assist with life-saving efforts nationwide. The Asilomar Accords are guidelines that facilitate the data collection process and assure consistent reporting across agencies. PVAC has been submitting data to Shelter Animals Count: The National Database since 2017.
Download PVAC’s Asilomar Animal Statistics below.
For Shelter/Impoundment Inspection Reports
The State of Texas, Health and Safety Code Chapter 823.003 requires animal shelters to be inspected annually by a licensed veterinarian for compliance with Chapter 823 and Chapter 829. Past Palm Valley Animal Center animal shelter inspections are listed below.
Quarantine Inspection Reports
In addition, the annual quarantine inspection for licensed rabies quarantine facilities is performed by the Department of State Health Services Zoonosis Control personnel. Past Palm Valley Animal Center quarantine inspections are listed below.
Palm Valley Animal Center – 2018 Audited Financial Statement
Palm Valley Animal Center – 2017 Audited Financial Statement
Palm Valley Animal Center – 2016 Audited Financial Statement
Palm Valley Animal Center is an incorporated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Edinburg, Texas. © 2019. All rights reserved.