Graphs Showing California Shelter Data

Graphs Showing California Shelter Data


By: Patti Strand  Date: 08/14/2015 Category: | Animal Legislation |

The following set of graphs are designed to assist in understanding pet population dynamics in California. Special attention has been given to determine how California's pet owners and animal welfare workers are doing in reducing the number of shelter dog and cat impounds and euthanasias each year. New graphs will be added as new information becomes available. NAIA gives special thanks to Laura Sanborn at www.saveourdogs.net and Angie Niles for their tremendous contributions to this effort.

Permission to use these graphs is granted as long as the National Animal Interest Alliance is credited as the source.

  1. Statewide data for shelter impounds and euthanasias of dogs, 1973-2005 (raw data, not corrected for growth in human population.)
  2. Graph comparing Santa Cruz County to neighboring counties regarding dog impound data (corrected for growth in in human population.)
  3. Graph comparing Santa Cruz County to neighboring counties regarding dog euthanasia data (corrected for growth in in human population.)
  4. Graph comparing Santa Cruz County to neighboring counties regarding cat impound data (corrected for growth in in human population.)
  5. Graph comparing Santa Cruz County to neighboring counties regarding cat euthanasia data (corrected for growth in in human population.)
  6. Graph comparing shelter dog intake data submitted by the California Healthy Pet's Coalition with data submitted to the California Department of Health by Santa Cruz County as mandated by law.
  7. Graph comparing shelter cat intake data submitted by the California Healthy Pet's Coalition with data submitted to the California Department of Health by Santa Cruz County as mandated by law.
  8. Santa Cruz County budget for animal services, 1990-2006 

 




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