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A Sneak Peek of 2022 Q1 Data

Next week we are releasing a Q1 report showing comparative data on sheltered animals from January-March 2021 and 2022. The intake and outcome data is comprised of 830 organization locations that reported complete data to Shelter Animals Count for all 6 months, and also includes Community Services Data from 154 organizations that reported any services during that time.

The report will be available early next week!

Community Services Database

Your organization is doing great work for the community by providing services, so make sure they count by entering them into Shelter Animals Count's Community Services Database!

SAC began collecting community services data in 2021 to capture the most common ways shelters, rescues, and service-based organizations are supporting pets and people in our communities. The Shelter Animals Count Community Services Database is the first database to allow both animal sheltering and non-sheltering organizations, as well as human services organizations, to count their animal services in a central database.

Download the 2021 Community Services Analysis to dig deeper into data collected from 2021, and please join us in contributing your data!

Did you know?

The National Animal Control Association (NACA) is exclusively using data from Shelter Animals Count to track and analyze their organization's performance? If you're a NACA member, reach out to them directly to learn about how you can join the NACA Coalition.
  • PDF REPORT - Coming Soon!
    The PDF export of your organization's data will be making a return in the next few weeks! This revised and improved report will allow you to filter by year and month and will include data totals across all species, in addition to a single page breakout of data for each species for all intake and outcome categories.
  • Community Services Dashboard - Coming Soon! 
    We are currently developing an interactive dashboard of data from the Community Services Database. You will be able to use this tool to see services in your region, state, and county and begin to have a better understanding of the need and impact of services in your community.

Sharon Harvey | Vice-Chair

Sharon has been on the Executive Board since 2019 and is serving as the Vice-Chair for 2022.  She is the president and CEO of Cleveland Animal Protective League. The APL is a private, not-for-profit humane society that assists approximately 14,000 animals annually through a wide variety of programs.

Sharon and her team have earned recognition for innovative and progressive programs and as thought leaders. She has been invited to speak at national and regional conferences and to participate in strategic, national conversations about the future direction of animal welfare.

Brian August  |  Treasurer

Brian is the Chief Operating Officer of the Oregon Humane Society and the Treasurer for Shelter Animals Count's Executive Board. At OHS, Brian leads the teams responsible for shelter and medical operations, strategy, finance, marketing, HR, IT and fundraising. His focus on growth and development at all levels in the organization has helped build a team that is highly sought after for operational and strategic advice as well as disaster response capabilities.
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