In the first two weeks of February, more than 3,000 dogs and cats are expected to be hospitalized in the city.
Many of the animals will be in urgent care, according to the Department of Emergency Management.
It has also taken months for the city to begin tracking how many animals are being euthanized.
Veterinarians in the valley say they don’t have a clear picture of how many of those euthanize and that some pets will end up on the streets.
Here’s what you need to know about pet deaths in the Valley.