2021 Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2021, Shaw PBR received over 715 calls for help.


This included 345 owner surrender requests; 166 transfer requests; 146 stray sightings; 18 welfare calls; 1 abandoned call; and 13 requests for us to take other animals.


We had 5 adoptions, 9 intakes, and 1 return for the year.  We entered 2021 with 21 adopt-a-bulls and currently have 27 adopt-a-bulls.

2021 Lifesaving Percentage: 100%

2020 Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2020, Shaw PBR received over 700 calls for help.


This included 320 owner surrender requests; 207 transfer requests; 153 stray sightings; 8 welfare calls; 19 abandoned calls; and 18 requests for us to take other animals.


We had 8 adoptions, 8 intakes, and 3 returns for the year. Unfortunately, we lost 3 this year due to illness or behavioral/liability issues. We entered 2020 with 21 adopt-a-bulls and also currently have 21 adopt-a-bulls.

2020 Lifesaving Percentage: 85.7%

2019 Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2019, Shaw PBR received nearly 1,000 calls for help.
 
This included 453 owner surrender requests; 266 transfer requests; 183 stray sightings; 18 welfare calls; 19 abandoned calls; and 21 requests for us to take other animals.
 
We had 7 adoptions, 13 intakes, and 2 returns for the year. Unfortunately, we lost 4 this year due to illness or behavioral/liability issues. We entered 2019 with 18 adopt-a-bulls and currently have 21 adopt-a-bulls.

2019 Lifesaving Percentage: 80.8%

2018 Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2017 - Shaw PBR received 1,084 calls for help.

 

This included owner surrender requests for 423 dogs; 159 stray calls; 394 transfer requests; 14 dogs from fighting busts; 2 BSL Surrender requests; 31 court surrender requests; 6 requests to take in other animals; and 40 welfare calls.

 

We  had 7 intakes; 4 returns; and 13 adoptions.  Unfortunately, we lost 7 this year due to illness or behavioral/liability issues. We were only able to convince 2 owners to keep their dogs.  We entered 2018 with 31 adopt-a-bulls and currently have 18 adopt-a-bulls.

2018 Lifesaving Percentage: 83.5%

2017 Annual Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2017 - Shaw PBR received 1,250 calls for help.

 

This included owner surrender requests for 348 dogs; 186 stray calls; 476 transfer requests; requests from 3 different dog fighting busts, totalling 97 dogs; 1 BSL Surrender request; 3 requests to board an animal; 5 transport requests; 35 requests to take in other animals; 30 re-post requests; and 64 welfare calls.

 

We had 41 intakes; 3 returns; 7 out-bound transfers (6 puppies to CLHS; and 1 to Sweet Paws Rescue); 4 euthanizations; 3 died in care; and 20 adoptions.  We were only able to convince 9 owners to keep their dogs.  We entered 2017 with 21 adopt-a-bulls and are entering 2018 with 31 adopt-a-bulls.

2017 Lifesaving Percentage: 89%

2016 Annual Statistics

From January 1-December 31, 2016, Shaw PBR received nearly 700 calls for help.

 

This included 182 owner surrender requests; 210 transfer requests; 153 stray sightings; 83 puppy surrender requests; 11 welfare calls; 9 abandoned calls; 18 requests for us to take other animals; and 3 body dump sightings. We were able to convince only 6 owners to keep their dogs.

 

We had 19 adoptions, and 20 intakes for the year. Unfortunately, we lost 4 this year due to illness or behavioral/liability issues. We entered 2016 with 23 adopt-a-bulls, and are entering 2017 with 21 adopt-a-bulls.

2016 Lifesaving Percentage: 91%

WE HAVE FINALLY MOVED!!

Our new address is:

 

Shaw PBR

368 Old New Hope Road

Columbus, MS 39702

WE DO NOT TAKE OWNER SURRENDERS OR TRANSFERS FROM OTHER SHELTERS

 

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

 

662.386.SHAW (7429)



Columbus, Mississippi

FEIN: 46-0852468

DUNS: 078737353

 

Mission Statement

Our goal is to provide abused, abandoned or homeless pit bull dogs with the medical attention they need; as well as the love and attention they deserve to heal - both emotionally, and physically.

 

We will work to facilitate the rescue and placement of abused or abandoned pit bulls into responsible homes and participate in fundraising to provide veterinary treatment; spay/neuter; food and shelter.

 

We are dedicated to fostering responsible pit bull ownership through education, adoption, and breed advocacy.

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