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2018 Summary

2018 was a very big year for WRAS! Our animal intake/adoptions numbers dropped slightly as a result of our focus being on finding and moving to a new leased property. Above are photos of all of the animals we helped in 2018 and below are our statistics from this year:

Animals in Rescue in the beginning of the year: 19

Animals brought into Rescue in 2017: 42

Total Animals Helped: 61 (7 Cats, 26 Dogs, 1 Hamster, 5 Guinea Pigs, 6 Pigs, 10 Equines)

Dogs: 23% (6 individuals) of our dogs were purebred. 61.5% (16 individuals) were pit bulls or bully breed mixes. 

We fostered out a total of 10 animals to volunteers. 

Animals in the Rescue at the end of the year: 30


Animals Adopted Out: 24 (19 Dogs, 2 Cats, 3 Horses)

Animals Returned to Rescue: 0

Permanent Sanctuary Animals: 11

Animals Euthanized (Medical): 1       Animals Euthanized (Behavioral): 0

Animals Rescued from Online Sales: 8

Animals Rescued from Livestock Auctions: 12

Animals from Local Owner Surrenders: 10

Animals from Local Shelter or Veterinary Practice Transfer: 12

Stray Animal Intake: 0

2017 Adoptions:

Average Length of Stay for Adopted Dogs: 68 Days

Average Length of Stay for Adopted Cats: 214 Days

Average Length of Stay for Adopted Horses: 182 Days

Medical/Behavioral Care:

Animals Spayed/Neutered: 6

Animals Vaccinated: 29

Animals Microchipped: 11

Medical Special Needs Animals Provided Care: 13

Senior Animals Provided Care: 8

Behavioral Special Needs Animals Provided Care: 11

We will see you in 2019 and thank you for your continued support to save lives!

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