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 Statistical Information

January-March 2014

 Intake

Adopted

 Reclaimed

 Euthanized

 Transferred

Dog

198

118

67

10

1

Cat

106

119

1

12

0

Other

1

0

0

0

0

Total

305

237

68

22

1

% of intake

71%

20%

7%

Live Release Rate:

 93%

Dog Reclaim Rate:

52%

Cat Reclaim Rate:

3%


End of Year Stats

January-December 2013

 Intake

Adopted

 Reclaimed

 Euthanized

 Transferred

Dog

866

563

235

59

15

Cat

655

515

6

61

0

Other

16

15

0

0

0

Total

1537

1093

241

120

15

% of intake

71%

16%

8%

Live Release Rate:

  92%

Dog Reclaim Rate:

41%

Cat Reclaim Rate:

2%



Stats for 2012- We dropped to 87%.  Read our Blog for why.

January- December 2012

 Intake

Adopted

 Reclaimed

 Euthanized

 Transferred

Dog

923

608

229

65

6

Cat

949

637

18

159

0

Other

34

32

0

0

0

Total

1906

1277

247

224

6

% of intake

68%

12%

12%

Live Release Rate:

  87%

Dog Reclaim Rate:

38%

Cat Reclaim Rate:

4%



Stats for 2011- End of Year We Reached 90%

January-December 2011

Intake

 Adopted

 Reclaimed 

Euthanized

 Transferred

Dog

955

584

281

58

9

Cat

948

643

12

124

0

Other

36

      31

3

0

0

Total

1939

1258

296

182

9

% of intake

Live Release
or Save Rate*

90%

Dog Reclaim Rate

41%

Cat Reclaim Rate

2%


In 2011 we saw a 11% increase in adoptions 
32% decrease in euthanasia with 9% more intake.  Thank you to everyone who adopts and fosters! 

See below for the Asilomar Accords stats for 2011. 


Stats for 2010

January-December 2010

Intake

 Adopted

 Reclaimed 

Euthanized

 Transferred

Dog

892

    518

     280

     78

      8

Cat

854

    570

      4

    188

      1

Other

35

    38

      0

      0

      1

Total

1781

   1126

     284

    266

      10

% of intake

   63%

     16%

     15%

Live Release
or Save Rate*

  84%

Dog Reclaim Rate

  47%

Cat Reclaim Rate

0%

*Save rate or live release rate- an industry standard statistic, based on outcome of animals, not on intake. It equals all animals that were adopted, transferred and returned to owner divided by the total outcome of animals.

2012 Asilomar Accord Stats for Lynchburg Humane Society and the City of Lynchburg Animal Control

2011 Asilomar Accord Stats for Lynchburg Humane Society
  and the Lynchburg Community

2010 Asilomar Accord Stats for Lynchburg Humane Society and the City of Lynchburg Animal Control

2009 Asilomar Accord Stats for Lynchburg Humane Society and the Lynchburg Community and City of Lynchburg Animal ControlThese stats are being provided In accordance with the Maddies Fund Community Shelter Statistics Grant the Lynchburg Community received.  These stats show the importance of achieving a No Kill status for the Lynchburg community.  We want to end the euthanasia of all healthy and treatable animals and provide them with the treatment they need to be placed in loving homes.  With the help of the community we can make it happen.  How? Volunteer, Adopt, Donate, Foster... and if you need to surrender a pet, be patient and allow us time to bring in your pet when we have appropriate space.