Quarterly Shelter Statistics Reporting

Chapters 561 and 562 of 2013 - Animal Welfare - Spay/Neuter Fund - Establisment established a fee on dog and cat commercial feed registered in the State and created a Spay/Neuter Fund in MDA to reduce animal shelter overpopulation and cat and dog euthanasia rates by financing grants for programs that facilitate and promote spay and neuter services. Animal shelters operated or contracted by local governments must submit a quarterly report to MDA providing specific information. 

In addition, any shelter that receives grant funding may be required per their grant agreement to provide the same data. 

This data is used to determine program effectiveness in reducing shelter intakes and euthanasia rates, and to help identify areas of need for allocating grant funding. 

 

Reporting Due Dates:

QUARTER 1 - April 15 Reporting on Activity for January 1-March 31

QUARTER 2 - July 15 Reporting on Activity for April 1-June 30

QUARTER 3 - October 15 Reporting on Activity for July 1-September 30

QUARTER 4 - January 15 Reporting on Activity for October 1-December 31 for the prior year

 

As of January 1, 2022, all quarterly shelter statistics reports are to be submitted through the Maryland OneStop portal. All organization profiles are assigned to a primary organizational account and that account must be the one to submit the reports. For information on what email address is assigned to your organization, please contact the program coordinator, Jen Swanson, at jen.swanson@maryla​nd.gov

Please click the Maryland OneStop logo below to access the portal.​


 
 
 


For More information on how to create an account and submit a report please view the One​Stop User Guide. 
 Spay and Neuter OneStop Shelter User Guide.pdfSpay and Neuter OneStop Shelter User Guide


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