2012 Save Rate Report
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance used the 2012 annual shelter reports that each licensed shelter is required to submit to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and performed calculations to determine each shelter’s performance in saving lives.
In 2012 there were various challenges collecting shelter statistics. The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has been working to update and collect missing information. As this information is compiled we are correcting and updating the save rate report. The latest corrected save rate report can be found here.
Based upon the performance determined by the original Save Rate report dated 9/8/13, the following shelters were recognized with awards for 2012:
Outstanding Open Admission Small Shelter < 1000 intake – H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter: 94.70% Save Rate
Outstanding Open Admission Medium Shelter < 5000 intake – Humane Society of Midland County: 96.55% Save Rate
Outstanding Open Admission Large Shelter > 5000 intake – Humane Society of Huron Valley: 83.58% Save Rate
Most improved Open Admission Shelter – Al-Van Humane Society: 63.23% Save Rate, an increase of 44.82% from 2011 Save Rate of 18.41%
Outstanding Limited Admission Shelter 90% or better with the greatest number of adoptions – Humane Society of Livingston County: 91.30% Save Rate with 1133 adoptions.