2017 Statistics

January 2017 – January 2016 vs. 2017

  • 1002 Total Intake (23.75% Euthanasia Rate, 76.25% Live Release Rate)
  • 671 Stray Dogs
  • 157 Stray Cats
  • 128 Surrendered
  • 46 Bite Cases
  • 113 Reclaimed
  • 518 Left through HS
    • 185 Adopted
    • 333 To Rescue
    • 0 TNR
  • 238 animals were euthanized

February 2017 – February 2016 vs. 2017

    •  803 Total Intake (25.03% Euthanasia Rate, 74.97% Live Release Rate)
    •  516 Stray Dogs
    •  177 Stray Cats
    •  72 Surrendered
    •  38 Bite Cases
    •  96 Reclaimed
    •  493 Left through HS
      • 171  Adopted
      • 305 To Rescue
      • 17 TNR
    •  201 animals were euthanized

  • March 2017 – March 2016 vs. 2017
    • 899 Total Intake (27.7% Euthanasia Rate / 72.3% Live Release Rate)
    • 501 Stray Dogs
    • 189 Stray Cats
    • 156 Surrendered
    • 53 Bite Cases
    • 88 Reclaimed
    • 502 Left through HS
      •  173 Adopted
      •  295 To Rescue
      •  34 TNR
    • 249 Animals were euthanized

  • April 2017 April 2016 vs. 2017
    •  948 Total Intake (24.16% Euthanasia Rate / 75.84% Live Release Rate)
    •  467 Stray Dogs
    •  241 Stray Cats
    •  190 Surrendered
    •  50 Bite Cases
    •  78 Reclaimed
    • 488 Left through HS
      •  215 Adopted
      •  242 To Rescue
      •  31 TNR
    •  229 animals were euthanized

  • May 2017
    •  Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adopted
      •  To Rescue
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • June 2017
    • Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    • Stray Dogs
    • Stray Cats
    • Surrendered
    • Bite Cases
    • Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adopted
      •  To Rescue
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

 

  • July 2017
    •   Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  Rescues
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • August 2017
    •   Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  To Rescues
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • September 2017
    • Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  To Rescue
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • October 2017
    •   Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  To Rescues
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • November 2017
    •   Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  To Rescue
      •  TNR
    •  animals were euthanized

  • December 2017
    •  Total Intake (% Euthanasia Rate / % Live Release Rate)
    •  Stray Dogs
    •  Stray Cats
    •  Surrendered
    •  Bite Cases
    •  Reclaimed
    •  Left through Humane Society
      •  Adoptions
      •  To Rescue
      •  TNR
    •  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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