Animal Services Metrics

Animal Services regularly works with rescue organizations to help increase our capacity for care and encourage those wishing to surrender a pet to evaluate all other resources available prior to surrender. More about Animal Services

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For more information not listed here or if you have an animal related issue, please call the Animal Shelter during normal business hours. If you have an emergency, call 911.

Adoptions from Animal Shelter - 2013 to Now

Adoptions from Animal Shelter - Past Year

Intakes per Animal - Past Year

This chart displays the different animals the shelter has taken in this past year as well as how many of each.

Cats and Dogs are the most prevalent, with different Wildlife taking third in intakes.

Number of Animal Intakes Per Month - Past Year

This chart plots the different number of animal intakes the shelter had each month in the past year excluding this month last year.

In the past year the number of intakes we've had has stayed fairly consistent despite a small drop in the beginning of the year.

This is a live metric so the current month's value will continue to change.

Number of Animals Returned to Owner Per Month - Past Year

These chart breaks down the number of animals that were returned to their owner over the past rolling 365 days, excluding this month last year.

Since this chart is based off the past rolling 365 days the most recent month will fluctuate.

We can see over time the number of animals returned per month is staying fairly consistent.

Avg. Length of Stay Per Species - Past Year

This chart breaks down the average length of stay for the animals that come through the animal shelter.

Intake Types

In the past year the 2 most common intake types are Strays and Owner/Guardian Surrender .

Outcome Types

In the past year the most common outcome for animals at the shelter was adoption! See our adoptable animals here.

Satisfaction with Cost of Adopting a New Pet

92%

Percent of annual resident survey respondents satisfied with the cost of adopting a new pet.

GOAL: > 90%

Satisfaction with Volunteer Program at Adoption Center

86.8%

Percent of annual resident survey respondents satisfied with volunteer programs at the Adoption Center.

GOAL: > 90%

Read more on volunteering here!

Satisfaction with Ease of Adopting a New Pet

90.3%

Percent of annual resident survey respondents answering satisfied or very satisfied when asked about the ease of adopting a new pet.

GOAL: > 90%

Assistance with Finding a Lost or Missing Pet

82.5%

Percent of annual resident survey respondents satisfied with the assistance our Animal Services dept. provides finding a lost or missing pet.

GOAL: > 90%

Facilities at the

Adoption Center

98%

Percent of annual resident survey respondents satisfied with our facilities at the Adoption Center.

GOAL: > 90%

Professionalism of staff at the Adoption Center

91.2%

Percent of annual survey respondents answering satisfied or very satisfied when asked about the professionalism of staff at the Adoption Center.

GOAL: > 90%

Friendliness of staff at the Adoption Center

91.3%

Percent of annual survey respondents answering satisfied or very satisfied when asked about the friendliness of staff at the Adoption Center

GOAL: > 90%

Number of Sterilizations per Month

This chart breaks down the number of animals that are sterilized (spayed/neutered) per month over the past year, excluding this month last year.

This is a live metric so the current months value will be constantly changing.

Different Case Types in the Past Year

This chart shows the percentage of different case types the Animal Shelter has taken on in the last 365 days.

The shelter takes on several different requests, the most common being an 'At Large Animal'

Different Animals Impounded in the past year

The Gene Carey Animal Shelter and Adoption Center encounter many different kinds of animals in their day to day work.

Impounded animals include all stray, escaped, or surrendered animals held at the animal shelter within the last 365 days.

While the majority are cats and dogs, many other pets and wildlife are brought into the shelter as well.

Percentage of Surrendered / Stray Dogs and Cats Adopted within the Last 365 Days

Based on all the surrendered / captured cats and dogs within the last rolling 365 days, this metric calculates the percentage of those animals that were deemed adoptable and were then eventually adopted.

Staffing Levels

Showing full time positions only

Most metrics are updated in real-time, every 15 minutes.