Nonprofit Donation Animal Rescue Durango

Donations Make Adoption Possible

The Four Corners region of the desert southwest is home to the Navajo Nation, the largest Indian reservation in the country sprawling over 28,000 square miles (that is, the size of West Virginia!). The Nation is home to 180,000 people, the Diné, and between 300,000 and 400,000 stray dogs. Only three operating veterinarian offices serve the entire Nation, creating a lack of access to basic veterinary services and spay/neuter surgeries. With limited options for the animals, animal control services across the Nation euthanize more than 11,000 dogs each year; the remaining stray dogs experience abuse, neglect, disease, and, ultimately, an early death. 


Founded on the principle of compassion for all living beings, Durango Animal Connection is proud to serve these animals in need of care and a forever home. Thanks to donations and community support, DAC is working hard to make a difference in the lives of these unwanted and abused animals by connecting them with loving foster and, eventually, adoption families around the Four Corners. We couldn’t do our good work without your help and are so grateful for your generous example of love for these rescue animals. 

 

More Ways to Donate

Cat got your heartstrings? Open your purse-strings and choose from the following options:

How Your Donation Helps

Your tax-deductible donation supports DAC by providing: 

  • Life-saving and routine veterinary care

  • Spay/neuter surgeries

  • Microchips 

  • Vaccinations 

    • Supplies

    • Cat litter

    • Dog + cat food

    • Kitten formula

    • Bedding

    • Puppy pads

    • Toys

    • Training treats

    • Leashes

    • Collars

    • Harnesses

    • Professional training as necessary

    • Cleaning + office supplies

All donations to Durango Animal Connection are tax deductible (EIN: 82-2960055). 


THANK YOU FOR LOVING THE RESCUE ANIMALS OF THE FOUR CORNERS AS MUCH AS WE DO! 

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