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Address:
PO Box 486
Denton, TX 76202
Phone Number:
940-765-1550
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Denton Animal Support Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting the City of Denton animal shelter & other animal initiatives through fundraising, marketing & pet education. DASF provide grants to the city animal shelter that lowers adoption fees, so more animals can find their forever homes, funds for emergency medical care for shelter pets, general shelter support, community grants for spay/neuter, pet food gift cards for those in need, DASF partners with TCAP to provide free rabies vaccinated 4 times a year and so much more. Thank you for your support and helping us save more Denton area animals!

For 12 years, DASF has saved or improved the lives of Denton area pets and as a result also positively impacted the lives of thousands of pet owners!

Total Support: $3,130,500
Includes capital campaign of $2.2 million for the new shelter; plus all other funds raised for the shelter, community and education.

Total Pets Saved: 13,305
Includes shelter adoption subsidies, medical, Safe Haven and other emergency programs. PLUS: the new shelter saves about 5,000 pets/year.

Total Shelter Support: $2,637,400
DASF funds donated to the shelter for construction ,equipment, adoption subsidies, pet medical, supplies, and more.

Total Children Educated: 4,638
DASF proprietary workshop on Responsible Pet Guardianship presented to elementary school-age children.

Community Impact: $139,240
Includes free rabies and low cost vaccine clinics, emergency food & supplies, spay/neuter grants. emergency pet medical assistance, K9 kevlar vests,and more. Total pets impacted cannot ever be calculated, as grants to partners like Our Daily Bread and SPAN Meals on Wheels help many pets and owners. Approximately 3,562 pets are known.

"Pets are a really big part of a lot of people's lives and can be an especially difficult barrier for someone trying to leave an abusive home. Most places they could go may not be willing to take their pet as well. On top of that, harm to pets or threats to harm pets are a tactic used by some abusers to maintain control over their victims. Having the DASF Safe Haven pet shelter program has allowed us to remove one of the barriers that keeps people in dangerous situations." - Katie Swierczynski, Denton County Friends of the Family

"The Texas Coalition for Animal Protection appreciates how hard DASF has worked to make Denton a better place for pets and people. It's been our pleasure to partner with them through quarterly vaccine events as well as further discounted spay/neuter specials at our Denton location. We appreciate the grant funding we have received from DASF as it has furthered our mission and helped spay/neuter hundreds of Denton pets. Denton is lucky to have such a hard-working and dedicated group of people focused on making a real, lasting difference!" - Stacey Schumacher, Texas Coalition for Animal Protection

"Scanning through the medical notes of pets who received help through the DASF Emergency Medical Fund really tells their stories. I remember so many of these little ones and the pain and discomfort they experienced - young dogs with parvo, cats with fractured legs and tails, animals with ringworm, several cats and dogs with tail or leg amputations, animals with intestinal blockages from swallowing inedible objects, and even one puppy found with several BB's that had been shot into his chest. Knowing that these animals are all still alive and doing well to this day makes me appreciate DASF and the Emergency Medical Fund even more!" - Gayla Nelsen, City of Denton Animal Services Kennel Supervisor

"Without the support of DASF, Denton Animal Services would not be able to maintain our high quality of care for the animals, which results in one of the highest live release rates in the state." - Paul O'Neill, City of Denton Animal Services Supervisor
$1,600.00 provided by Lucky Dog Ranch, Jackie & Tom Bruce, Guaranty Bank & Trust, Metropolitan Electric Company, Inc
Lucky Dog Ranch Jackie & Tom Bruce Guaranty Bank & Trust Metropolitan Electric Company, Inc