"Last year, over 10,487 pets were successfully adopted through our facilities alone”, says Kim Dowdy, animal facility team leader with Quorum Architects. As our pets have become a closer part of our families, we are extending the same consideration for diet, exercise, health and well-being as we once reserved only for ourselves. This thinking has started a transition in the design, construction and operation of pet care facilities, particularly municipal animal adoption facilities. “We have found that through improving the quality of care and presentation of the animals in our recent projects that adoption rates have skyrocketed. Through careful planning and placement of the facility, we can better engage the public and draw them to the animals housed there. Naturally, as more people come into contact with these animals, adoption rates will rise and the animals will be given a chance to lead better lives”
Over the past 5 years, we have designed animal facilities for the cities of Carrollton, Mesquite, Lewisville, Lake Worth, Rockwall, DeSoto/Cedar Hill/Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Hickory Creek, North Richland Hills, Allen, White Settlement, Richardson, Wichita Falls, Murphy and Burleson.