2016 Statistics


  • January – 886 Total Intake (23.9% Euthanasia Rate, 76.1% Live Release Rate) January 2015 vs. 2016
    • 369 Stray Dogs
    • 214 Stray Cats
    • 206 Surrendered
    • 97 Bite Cases
    • 76 Reclaimed
    • 557 Left through HS
      • 301 Adoptions
      • 256 To Rescue
    • 212 animals were euthanized
      • Additional 64 fighting roosters were euthanized – Not Adoptable Domestic Pet – These 64 are not included in the 212.

  •  February – 844 Total Intake (24.9% Euthanasia Rate, 75.1% Live Release Rate) February 2015 vs. 2016
    • 315 Stray Dogs
    • 213 Stray Cats
    • 279 Surrendered
    • 37 Bite Cases
    • 98 Reclaimed
    • 587 Left through HS
      • 256 Adoptions
      • 331 To Rescue
    • 210 animals were euthanized

  •  March – 956 Total Intake (22.9% Euthanasia Rate, 77.1% Live Release Rate) March 2015 vs. 2016
    • 462 Stray Dogs
    • 203 Stray Cats
    • 243 Surrendered
    • 48 Bite Cases
    • 136 Reclaimed
    • 586 Left through HS
      • 230 Adoptions
      • 356 To Rescue
    • 219 animals were euthanized

  • April – 1098 Total Intake (22.86% Euthanasia Rate / 77.14% Live Release Rate) April 2015 vs. 2016
    • 446 Stray Dogs
    • 350 Stray Cats
    • 266 Surrendered
    • 36 Bite Cases
    • 144 Reclaimed
    • 644 Left through HS
      • 215 Adoptions
      • 429 To Rescue
    • 251 animals were euthanized

  • May – 1094 Total Intake (25.05% Euthanasia Rate /  74.95% Live Release Rate) May 2015 vs. 2016
    • 380 Stray Dogs
    • 415 Stray Cats
    • 236 Surrendered
    • 63 Bite Cases
    • 129 Reclaimed
    • 653 Left through HS
      • 199 Adoptions
      • 454 To Rescue
    • 274 animals were euthanized

  • June – 1089 Total Intake (28.28% Euthanasia Rate / 71.72% Live Release Rate) June 2015 vs. 2016
    •  443 Stray Dogs
    •  381 Stray Cats
    •  195 Surrendered
    •  70 Bite Cases
    •  179 Reclaimed
    •  548 Left through HS
      •  211 Adoptions
      •  337 To Rescue
    •  308 animals were euthanized

  • July –  1034 Total Intake (26.98% Euthanasia Rate / 73.02% Live Release Rate) July 2015 vs. 2016
    •  460 Stray Dogs
    •  335 Stray Cats
    •  177 Surrendered
    •  62 Bite Cases
    •  164 Reclaimed
    •  573 Left through HS
      •  258 Adoptions
      •  315 To Rescue
    •  279 animals were euthanize

  • August – 1289 Total Intake (26.30% Euthanasia Rate / 73.70% Live Release Rate) August 2015 vs. 2016
    • 726 Stray Dogs
    • 385 Stray Cats
    • 117 Surrendered
    • 61 Bite Cases
    • 149 Reclaimed
    • 545 Left through HS
      • 193 Adoptions
      • 352 To Rescue
    • 339 animals were euthanized

  • September – 1179 Total Intake (36.30% Euthanasia Rate / 63.70% Live Release Rate) September 2015 vs. 2016
    • 627 Stray Dogs
    • 419 Stray Cats
    • 95 Surrendered
    • 38 Bite Cases
    • 160 Reclaimed
    • 534 Left through HS
      • 183 Adoptions
      • 351 To Rescue
    •  428 animals were euthanized

  • October – 1117 Total Intake (33.30% Euthanasia Rate / 66.70% Live Release Rate) October 2015 vs. 2016
    • 599 Stray Dogs
    • 330 Stray Cats
    • 141 Surrendered
    • 47 Bite Cases
    • 130 Reclaimed
    • 552 Left through HS
      • 218 Adoptions
      • 334 To Rescue
    • 372 animals were euthanized

  • November – 1121 Total Intake (23.28% Euthanasia Rate / 76.72% Live Release Rate) November 2015 vs. 2016
    • 643 Stray Dogs
    • 250 Stray Cats
    • 181 Surrendered
    • 47 Bite Cases
    • 137 Reclaimed
    • 551 Left through HS
      • 164 Adoptions
      • 387 To Rescue
    • 261 animals were euthanized

  • 922 December –  Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate) December 2015 vs. 2016
  • 569 Stray Dogs
  • 158 Stray Cats
  • 157 Surrendered
  • 38 Bite Cases
  • 110 Reclaimed
  • 536 Left through HS
    • 264 Adoptions
    • 272 To Rescue
  • 234 animals were euthanized

  • Total intake is calculated by adding Stray Dogs, Stray Cats, Donated, and Bite Cases together.
  • Euthanasia Rate is calculated by dividing the number of animals euthanized by the Total Intake. Then the calculated percentage is subtracted from 100%. The difference would be the Live Release Rate.
  • All data incorporated into the presented statistics with regards to animals leaving through the Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society is obtained through their administration.  

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