SPAY/NEUTER COUNTY & CITY BREAKDOWN - Dec 2008 - May. 31, 2018 = 18,450s/n
TELFAIR POP.   DOGS   CATS JOHNSON POP.   DOGS   CATS
McRae Helena 4,989   667   1316 Kite 241   20   35
Milan 1,012   165   238 Wrightsville 6,780   27   62
Scotland 300   32   12 Adrian 579   35   145
Lumber City 1,247   68   84
Jacksonville 118   69   69 JEFF DAVIS
Hazelhurst 3,787   101   210
DODGE Denton 250   12   18
Eastman 5,440   456   818
Rhine 422   47   57 APPLING
Chauncey 395   51   41 Baxley 4,150   29   67
Chester 305   35   54 Surrency 237   4   3
Gresston community     0   2
TRUETLAIN
WHEELER Soperton 2,824   93   115
Alamo 1,943   120   149
Glenwood 884   139   133 MONTGOMERY
Uvalda 530   31   47
BLECKLEY Mt Vernon 2,082   40   46
Cochran 4,455   775   731 Alston 159   4   2
Tarrytown 827   11   10
PULASKI Ailey 543   32   51
Hawkensville 3,280   184   248
PEACH
LAURENS Ft. Valley 8,005   45   25
Dublin 15,857   330   629 Byron 2,887   52   66
E.Dublin 2,484   115   180
Cadwell 372   53   52 BIBB
Rentz 304   108   238 Macon 97,255   68   286
Montrose 154   19   31 Lizella 600   5   12
Dexter 509   34   149
Dudley 600   20   8 TWIGGS
Rockledge 358   18   14 Dry Branch 3,198   4   1
Cedar Grove community     1   50 Danville 373   11   10
Jeffersonville 1,209   12   12
FORSYTH
Cumming 4,220       3 IRWIN
Wray 890   16   40
TAYLOR Ocilla 3,270   6   23
Reynolds 1,036   4    
Butler 1,907   6   4 MACON
Howard 58   1     Marshallville 2,079   7   14
Ogelthorpe 1,200   7   9
WILCOX Montezuma 3,999   32   10
Abbeville 2,298   35   8 Ideal 518   11    
Pineview 532   4    
Pitts 297   6   6 HOUSTON
Rochelle 1,415   15   5 Perry 9,602   60   233
Seville 202   2     Warner Robbins 61,336   115   379
Kathleen 5,659   14   46
EMANUAL Bonaire 900   4   53
Swainsboro 6,943   4   15 Centerville 4,278   12   55
Twin City 1,752   5   35 Elko 4,857   11   17
Garfield 152       1
COFFEE
CANDLER Douglas 10,639   229   547
Metter 3,879   5   18 Broxton 1,428   117   371
West Green 2,828   32   38
CRAWFORD Nicholls 1,008   91   163
Roberta 808   19   15 Ambrose 308   30   58
Knoxville 999   7    
Musella 1,304   2   2 MONROE
Forsyth 13,839   18   19
TOOMBS Juliette 2,839   4    
Ailey 394   21   19 Colloden 1,517   1    
Vidalia 10,491   240   283
Lyons 4,169   63   145 SPALDING
Griffen 23,451   2    
CRISP
Cordele 11,608   64   118 WASHINGTON
Arabi 456   85   125 Harrison 509   3   2
Tenille 1,404   2    
WORTH Sandersville 6,097       43
Sylvester 5,590   1   19
Warwick 430   15   25 GREENE
White Plains 283   2    
BALDWIN
Milledgeville 18,757   4   5 DOOLY
Vienna 2,973   48   35
HENRY Pinehurst 307   1   4
Stockbridge 9,853   1     Unadilla 2,772   13   6
Byromville 415   5   6
LAMAR
Barnsville 5,972   14   1 TATTNAL
Milner 522   1     Glennville 4,829   13   17
Collins 528   51   29
BACON Reidsville 2,235   25   41
Alma 3,236   27   82 Cobbtown 311   5   31
LONG PIKE
Ludowici 1,440   10   1 Zebulon 1,181       6
Meansville 192   2    
UPSON Williamson 297   1    
Thomaston 9,638   3    
Yatesville 408   1     DOUGHERTY
Albany 77,434   2   4
WILKINSON Bronwood 225       1
Ivey 1,100   2                
Toombsboro 622   4   4
Irwinton 583   1     BULLOCH
Gordon 2,152   1   3 Nevils 4,991   13    
Statesboro 29,937   1   6
Register 175       2
CHATTAHOOCHEE Portal 638   4   2
Ft. Benning 11,177   1    
BEN HILL
BERRIEN Fitzgerald 9,053   21   109
Ray City 1,090   60   545
Nashville 4,986   124   1008 ATKINSON
Alapaha 652   9   41 Pearson 1,955   28   41
Enigma 1,278   2   6 Willachoochie 1,434   13   31
Axson 1,325   19   10
GLYNN
St Simon Island 13,381   3     EVANS
Claxton 2,276   29   9
BRYAN
Ellabell 7,305       1 WARE
Waycross 14,725   28   54
TIFT Millwood 930   2   4
Tifton 15,060   4   30 Waresboro 6,724   5    
           
LIBERTY
COBB Hinesville 33,437   14   1
Smyrna 51,271   1    
Kennasaw 29,783       1 COLQUITT
Norman Park 972       4
SCHLEY Moultrie 14,506       13
Ellaville 1,609   15   8
TURNER
JEFFERSON Ashburn 4,152   5   32
Louisville 2,712       1 Rebecca 246   2   5
Bartow 286   1   16 Sycamore 496       1
Wrens 2,187       1
LOWNDES
WAYNE Valdosta 54,518   9   82
Jessup 10,214   2   1 Hahira 2,846   1   71
Odum 414       1 Naylor 111   2   11
Lake Park 549   2   1
PIERCE
Blackshear 3,445   25   17 CHATHAM
Patterson 627       1 Savannah 347,611   3   2
Bristol     1    
CLAYTON
LEE Rex 11,412   2    
Leesburg 2,939       5 Jonesboro 4,724   1    
LANIER COOK
Stockton 962   2   2 Adel 5,270   15   92
Lakeland 3,398   3   39 Sparks 2,052   7   21
Lenox 873   3   9
SUMTER
Andersonville 242       1 MARION
Americus 17,041   2     Bueno Vista 1,664   8    
CLAY BURKE
Buffton 103   1     Midville 268   1   1
CLINCH BROOKS
Homerville 2,456   3   8 Quitman 3,850   1   5
            Moreven 538   2    
BRANTLEY DEKALB
Hoboken 528       1 Dunwoody 47,224   1    
FLORIDA JENKINS
New Symra Beach         7 Millen 3,492       4
Ft. Myers     1    
Madison     1     RICHMOND
            Augusta 197,182   3    
Minnesota RANDOLF
Roseville     1     Cuthbert 3,731       4
COUNTY POP(2010 Est)
Appling 18,724
Atkinson 8,230
Bacon 10,103
Baldwin 44,700
Ben Hill 17,650
Berrien 16,235
Bibb 154,889
Bleckley 12,483 Also covered by GA Canine Rescue & Rehab
Bulloch 70,217
Burke 22,923
Brooks 15,516
Brantley 18,292
Bryan 30,233
Candler 11,226
Chattahoochee 11,267
Chatham 265,128
Clay 3,045
Clayton 264,220
Clinch 6,798
Cobb 688,078
Coffee 37,413
Colquitt 45,498
Cook 16,608
Crawford 12,510
Crisp 22,162
Dekalb 713,340
Dodge 20,204 test dumpster pick-ups 2008 -12   2009 -1  2010/2011/2012/2013/2014 - 0
Dooly 11,525
Dougherty 95,859
Emanual 22,598
Evans 11,695
Forsyth 131,865
Greene 15,994
Glynn 79,626
Henry 119,341
Houston 110,765
Irwin 12,510
Jeff Davis 13,574
Jefferson 16,930
Jenkins 9,269
Johnson 9,587
Lamar 15,912
Lanier 10,408
Laurens 49,790 Predominantly covered by the Dublin/Laurens Humane Society *2012 repoting a
Lee 28,298 50% reduction in their euthanasias
Liberty 63,453
Long 10,304
Lowndes 109,233
Macon 14,455
Marion 8,640
Monroe 21,757
Montgomery 10,159
Peach 10,159
Pierce 18,758
Pike 13,688
Pulaski 10,162 reports no euthanasia since October 2012
Richmond 200,549
Randolf 7,193
Schley 5,010
Spalding 58,417
Sumter 31,364
Taylor 8,985
Telfair 11,076 test dumpster pick-ups 2008 -108   2009 - 22  2010 - 9  2011 - 3  2012 - 2  2013/2014 - 0
Tattnal 22,305
Tift 41,610
Toombs 27,489
Treutlen 7,691
Turner 8,930
Twiggs 10,224
Upson 27,597
Washington 20,172
Ware 36,312
Wayne 30,099
Wheeler 8,096
Wilkinson 10,220
Wilcox 9,061
Worth 21,967
OUT OF STATE
Florida
Areas we have seen dramatic improvements - 
In 2008 from just one dumpster we took 60 dogs and 48 cats for a total of 108 animals. 
They all went to the Dublin/Laurens Humane Society 45-miles away.  
This dumpster has a 5 road access point and is one of the counties busiest.
In 2009 it was 17 cats and just 5 dogs!  In 2010 it was 2 puppies and 7 cats. 2011 - 3
It's now June 2013 and there have been only 2 dog pick-ups from that dumpster.
There have been NO animals of any kind at the dumpsters on Cedar Towns Rd. between McRae & Lumber City,
NONE at the dumpsters between McRae & Chauncy, NONE at the Scotland dumpsters. 
NO animals dropped at the schools (all levels), and NONE dropped at ANY of our city post offices.
None at the Eastman test dumpster.
Every year we would have several litters of puppies out of Scotland.  The last litter taken from them was July 2009.
There have been no other litters since.
July 2010 - one of our volunteers needed to go to the emergency room (Glenwood).  Frank Murphy had on a Rescue  
Ranch  T-shirt and his emergency room nurse said – “you must know Ms. Barbara.  We are soooo grateful for the 
Rescue Ranch.  We use to have dogs & cats all over our dumpsters and running the streets.  Now there are none!” 
2012 The Dublin/Laurens Humane Society reports a 50% reduction in euthanasia since our programs start.
And Pulaski County reports no euthanasia of any adoptable animals since October 2012!