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Shelter Sees Fewer Bentonville Dogs

Posted: February 15, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The number of dogs city Animal Control has taken to the Rogers Animal Shelter has decreased by 30 percent during the last three years, according to city numbers.

AT A GLANCE

SHELTER STATS

The number of dogs taken from Bentonville to the Rogers Animal Shelter has decreased by 30 percent over the last three years. Here is a break down of the numbers: Dogs taken to the shelter: 500 in 2011, 415 in 2012 and 351 in 2013. Dogs returned to owners: 210 in 2011, 182 in 2012 and 162 in 2013. Dead animals taken to the shelter: 27 in 2011, 26 in 2012 and 12 in 2013. Totals numbers combined: 737 in 2011, 623 in 2012 and 525 in 2013.

SOURCE: CITY OF BENTONVILLE

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