2019 Accomplishments and Statistics

  • FCHS rescued 176 dogs and cats (91 dogs and 85 cats.)​  

    • 34 dogs were rescued from the Floyd County Animal Pound.

  • FCHS adopted out 65 dogs and 81 cats. (The rest were transferred to other rescues leaving us with 3 dogs and 10 cats in foster care as of Dec 31, 2019.)

 

​   Also:

 

  • FCHS provided the community with two low-cost rabies clinics and vaccinated 171 dogs and cats against the deadly rabies virus.

  • FCHS donated 8,831.75 pounds (4.4 tons) of pet food to Plenty! food bank in 2019.

  • Through Mountain View Humane, we sterilized 227 dogs and cats; 40 dogs and 187 cats (139 of which are feral cats.)

  • FCHS helped reduce the euthanasia rate from 57% in 2005 to 7.7% in 2019 (13 dogs euthanized /169 dogs impounded.)

  • FCHS spent $6,742 on spay/neuter assistance for the community – including feral cats ($4,332). FCHS spent $750 on $50 vouchers towards spay/neuter for dogs adopted from the county pound. FCHS spent $11,686 total on spay/neuter programs, including dogs and cats fostered by FCHS.

  • FCHS spent $3,139 on food assistance for the community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Year's Accomplishments and Statistics (2018)

  • FCHS rescued 158 dogs and cats (86 dogs and 72 cats.)​

    • 51 dogs were rescued from the Floyd County Animal Pound.

  • FCHS adopted out 20 dogs and 83 cats. (The rest were transferred to other rescues leaving us with 7 dogs and 8 cats in foster care as of Dec 31, 2018.)

 

​   Also:

 

  • FCHS provided the community with two low-cost rabies clinics and vaccinated 168 dogs and cats against the deadly rabies virus.

  • FCHS donated 7,859.5 pounds (3.9 tons) of pet food to Plenty! food bank in 2018.

  • Through Mountain View Humane, we sterilized 208 dogs and cats; 27 dogs and 181 cats (114 of which are feral cats.)

  • FCHS helped reduce the euthanasia rate from 57% in 2005 to 7.4% in 2018 (13 dogs euthanized /175 dogs impounded.)

  • FCHS spent $6,742 on spay/neuter assistance for the community – including feral cats ($4,332). FCHS spent $750 on $50 vouchers towards spay/neuter for dogs adopted from the county pound. FCHS spent $11,686 total on spay/neuter programs, including dogs and cats fostered by FCHS.

  • FCHS spent $3,139 on food assistance for the community.

 

Spay/Neuter Breakdown: 

Foster cats: $3,000

Foster dogs: $1,194

Pound dogs: $750

Feral cats: $4,332 (this includes Rabies Vaccinations)

Other S/N assistance: $2,410

Total S/N expense: $11,686

  • w-facebook

FCHS 

P.O. Box 862

Floyd, VA 24091

540-745-7207

info@floydhumanesociety.org

© 2017-2020 FCHS

  • Floyd County Humane Society Youtube
  • White Instagram Icon