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Statistics - Calendar Year 2014

2014 Manatee County Animal Statistics
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2014 Manatee County Animal Statistics

 

Animal Report for 2014
  Impound RTO Transfer Adopt Euth Save %
Jan 337 67 152 77  17 95% 
Feb 433 48  245  59  19  96% 
Mar 350  54  171  88  19 95% 
Apr 335  34 174  94  23  93% 
May 403 41 168 53 42 90%
Jun 429  44 170 83  41 90%
Jul 390 50  164  131  37  91%
Aug            
Sep            
Oct            
Nov            
Dec            
Total 2677  338  1244 585  198  
Cumulative Save Rate Percentage           93%

 

Description of Statistics: The Impound number is the total of dogs and cats picked up in the field and taken in by citizens at the shelter. The RTO number is the total of dogs and cats returned to their families in the field and redeemed at the shelter. The Transfer number refers to the total dogs and cats Animal Services transferred from the shelter to animal rescue organizations. The Adopt number is the total combined number of dogs and cats adopted from both the Palmetto shelter and the Downtown Bradenton Adoption Center. The Euth number is the total dogs and cats euthanized. This number includes those dogs and cats that were too sick, injured and suffering or dogs that were too aggressive and potentially dangerous. The Save % is the percentage of dogs and cats saved for the month. This number is calculated by dividing the euth number by the impound number which gives you the death rate. This number subtracted from 100 gives you the save rate. The cumulative save rate is noted in the lower right corner. Note that it is common to have slight fluctuations in the save rate each month based upon our intake, the health, temperament and adoptability of the dogs and cats. The overall success of no kill is based upon a cumulative percentage of at least 90% over a 12 month period of time.

 

Statistics - Calendar Year 2013

2013 Manatee County No Kill Statistics
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2013 Manatee County No Kill Statistics

 

Animal Report for 2013
  Impound RTO Transfer Adopt Euth Save %
Jan 407 48 144 100 76 81%
Feb 398 55 154 113 93 77%
Mar 367 68 101 117 68 81%
Apr 439 43 194 111 35 92%
May 485 48 167 89   44 91%
Jun 569 69 215  173 101 82%
Jul 485 57 209 154 41 92%
Aug 458 55 207  92  73  84% 
Sep 382 54 180  73 23 94%
Oct 468  59  223  114  20  96% 
Nov 304 59  111  94 34  89%
Dec 346  59 164 135  16  95% 
Total 5108 674 2069 1365 624  
Cumulative Save Rate Percentage           88%

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Statistics - Calendar Year 2012

Manatee County 2012 No Kill Statistics
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Manatee County 2012 No Kill Statistics

 

Animal Report for 2012
  Impound RTO Transfer Adopt Euth Save %
Jan 402 59 121 66 102 75%
Feb 382 65 146 53 89 77%
Mar 370 67 89 50 65 82%
Apr 326 44 121 54 70 79%
May 390 84 111 59 81 79%
Jun 446 59 97 139 86 81%
Jul 465 37 100 153 132 72%
Aug 421 35 139 87 135 68%
Sep 393 39 173 78 61 84%
Oct 386 55 128 128 68 82%
Nov 360 69 83 92 57 84%
Dec 363 54 131 217 58 84%
Total 4704 667 1439 1176 1004  
Cumulative Save Rate Percentage           79%

See above for statistics description