Our mission is to rescue at-risk dogs from kill shelters in South Florida
The Humane Society of Florida was formed in June, 2016 and began operations immediately thereafter. We keep this page updated with all relevant statistics that combine results from every one of our foster-care locations on a yearly basis.
We use the Asilomar Accords standard formula to prepare this table and to determine our Live Release Rate. That rate is determined by dividing live outcomes by the total of all outcomes less unhealthy/untreatable euthanasia and owner requested euthanasia. The Humane Society of Florida does not accept direct pet surrenders or surrenders for euthanasia. Therefore the only factor that will reduce our Live Release Rate are those dogs that enter an end-stage condition while in our care.
| 2016||2017||2018||2019||2020|| Totals|
| Adult Dogs|| 0||20||17||16||17|| |
| Puppies|| 0||0||0||0||0|| |
|Transfer in: Adults|| 107||197||230||271||257||1062|
| Puppies|| 0||0||0||0||0|| 0|
|Adoptions: Adults|| 87||199||234||270||260||1050|
| Puppies || 0||0||0||0||0|| 0|
|Died in Care|| 0||1||0||0||0|| 1|
|Euthanasia|| 0 ||0||0||0||0|| 0|
|Live Release Rate %|| 100%||99.5%||100%||100%||100%||99.9%|
|Ending Counts: |
| Adult Dogs|| 20||17||16||17||14|
| Puppies|| 0||0||0||0||0|