Goal 2 - Desired Condition 16 - Domestic animals are responsibly cared for and provided safe and healthy home environments.
- 16.1 Number of Dogs/Cats Euthanized per 1,000 Population
- 16.2 Animal Enforcement, Compliance and Owner Responsibility
Traffic Light Scorecard"Domestic animals are responsibly cared for and provided safe and healthy home environments"
PICTURE IS IN FOCUS
Based on the Following criteria:
The number of dogs and cats euthanized at Albuquerque's animal shelter has steadily decreased since FY/05. When adjusted for population, this trend is even more positive. Measures of owner responsibility, compliance with animal regulations, and enforcement of regulations have all increased over the same time period.
Compared to peer communities, Albuquerque's number of euthanized dogs and cats per 1,000 population is about average. There is no comparable data for Albuquerque's measures of enforcement, compliance and owner responsibility.
Albuquerque citizens rated this Desired Community Condition as being important. Citizens listed this condition as one in which excellent progress has been made. Citizens in certain neighborhoods ranked this condition as having achieved more progress than did citizens in other neighborhoods; the relationship between the citizens' neighborhood and the perception of progress was true to a statistically significant degree.
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