The FWPBC Adoption Statistics Page

 

The Fort Wayne Pit Bull Coalition expanded our role in the community by rehoming fantastic Pit Bull type dogs

with our adoption program. Visit this page to see historical data and animal intake and outcome statistics.

2019 Statistics

Beginning of 2019, dogs in foster care: 19

End of 2019, dogs in foster care: 21

 

Live Intake: 172

Live Outcomes: 160

Other Outcomes: 10

[Died in Care: 6 Puppies (Fighting parvo on intake)

Euthanized: 1 Adult - Owner intended, 3 Adults]

 

*Live Release Rate: 160/170= 94.1 %

 

 

2018 Statistics

Beginning of 2018, dogs in foster care: 11

End of 2018, dogs in foster care: 19

Live Intake: 236

Live Outcomes: 222

Other Outcomes: 5

[Died In Care: 2 Puppies,

Euthanized: 2 Adults]

 

*Live Release Rate: 222/227= 97.8 %

 

2017 Statistics 

Beginning of 2017, dogs in foster care: 10

End of 2017, dogs in foster care: 10

 

Live Intake: 213

Live Outcomes: 208

Other Outcomes: 5

[Died In Care: 2 Puppies (Fighting parvo on intake), 1 Adult

Euthanized: 2 Adults]

 

*Live Release Rate: 208/213 = 97.7%

 

2016 Statistics 

Beginning of 2016, dogs in foster care: 24

End of 2016, dogs in foster care: 10

Live Intake: 161

Live Outcomes: 173

Other Outcomes: 2

[Euthanized: 1 Adult, 1 Puppy]

 

*Live Release Rate: 173/175= 98.9 %

 

2015 Statistics 

Beginning of 2015, dogs in foster care: 8

End of 2015, dogs in foster care: 24

Live Intake: 112

Live Outcomes: 95

Other Outcomes: 1

[Euthanized: 1 Adult]

*Live Release Rate: 95/96= 99.0 %

2011-2014 Statistics 

Beginning of 2011, dogs in foster care: 0

End of 2014, dogs in foster care: 8

Live Intake: 22

Live Outcomes: 14

Other Outcomes: 0

*Live Release Rate: 14/14= 100.0 %

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Cumulative Statistics 2011-2019

Beginning of 2011, dogs in foster care: 0

End of 2019, dogs in foster care: 21

 

Live Intake: 916

Live Outcomes: 872

Other Outcomes: 23

*Overall Live Release Rate: 872/895 = 97.4 %

*Live Release Rate is calculated by the total number of animals

that left our organization alive divided by the number of incoming 

and existing animals that had outcomes by the end of the year.

 

In reality, this save rate is probably slightly higher, due to medically necessary euthanasia (we tend to take in some high risk medical cases) and trying to save previously infected parvo puppies being included and counted against the bottom line.

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