Archive for the ‘PetWork Colorado’ Category

Colorado Animal Rescue Shelter (Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal shelter serving Colorado’s Garfield County.  Our mission is to provide safety and care for homeless and abandoned animals and education for the pet-owning public. We make every effort to place animals in loving homes, to encourage population control and to promote responsible pet ownership.


Colorado Animal Rescue places hundreds of homeless animals into loving homes each year. Our adoption process carefully matches companion pets to the best possible home. We strive for 100% placement of adoptable animals with a knowledgeable staff to assist you with your new pet.


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Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic (Fort Collins, Colorado 80524) is a “Limited Admission, Adoption Guarantee Shelter.” This means we have to limit how many cats and kittens we take in due to space and financial restrictions, but we guarantee that every feline we rescue will be put up for adoption or will stay with us until it finds its forever home. We use humane euthanasia only as a last resort for critically ill or suffering cats and do not unnecessarily euthanize animals to free up shelter space.

We hope to someday in the future be able to operate as an “Open Admission, Adoption Guarantee Shelter.”

We are 100% committed to every cat that comes to our shelter, and will do our best to make sure it goes to the perfect home. If for any reason an adopter cannot keep the kitty they adopted from us, we will always take it back.

Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic operates the only truly low-cost spay/neuter clinic in the area. The numbers of unwanted pets that will be prevented from entering this world brings an entirely new sense of satisfaction to all of the people involved.

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The mission of the Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue is to rescue, rehabilitate and place lost, abused and abandoned Collies, Collie-mixes, Shelties, and Sheltie-mixes in loving, responsible homes. We are a certified rescue organization through the Colorado Board of Agriculture’s State Veterinarian’s office.


All of our dogs live in foster homes. They remain in foster care and receive complete veterinary care until they are ready for adoption and have been matched to carefully screened and approved adopters. We do not adopt out dogs at public events.

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The mission of the Ark-Valley Humane Society (Buena Vista, Colorado 81211; Poncha Springs, Colorado 81242) is to:


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  • Maintain a compassion, no-kill animal shelter for homeless, lost, and unwanted pets without regard for time or space
  • Reduce the number of unwanted pets through spay/neuter programs
  • Connect homeless pets and adoptive homes
  • Offer support services to prevent cruelty to animals
  • Present public education for responsible pet ownership

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Denver Pet Urgent Care is an after-hours veterinary practice providing General, Urgent and Emergency care for companion animals. Our mission is to provide the total pet health care environment with superior customer service, ensuring that the needs of the pet, the client and any referring veterinarians are met.


We pride ourselves in maintaining a nursing staff that is highly technically skilled in all aspects of veterinary medicine.  Our entire staff is dedicated to providing a “home away from home” environment for our admitted patients. We are committed to helping everyone who is affected by their pet’s illness.

Located in and hosted by Planned Pethood Plus, Inc Denver at 4170 Tennyson St, we serve clients from the communities of Arvada, Aurora, Lakewood, and Golden CO.

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Every year, nearly 8,000 animals pass through the doors of Pueblo Animal Services (Pueblo, Colorado 81008).


These are animals surrendered by their families, lost pets, injured strays and abused animals who have lived a life of neglect. With your support, Pueblo Animal Services can continue its mission: a compassionate society where animals are cared for and valued.

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The Colorado Canine Rescue (Englewood, Colorado 80113) takes in dogs of all breeds, from Chihuahuas to Pit Bulls, as well as mixed breeds and mutts.


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Animal Haus (Denver, Colorado 80214) believes that pets are family, too. Its mission is to keep those families together by temporarily providing for pet’s basic needs.

Services include a pet food pantry, temporary foster homes for pets who are escaping violent situations or need a temporary place to stay while their owners go into a rehabilitation facility or hospital.  Animal Haus also provides care and maintenance services for pets of the elderly and disabled.  They do everything from cleaning litter boxes and walking dogs to trips to the veterinarian or shopping for your pet. When Animal Haus acquires land, they will be able to take in pets whose owners have passed away.

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Delta County Humane Society (Delta, Colorado) is a small but mighty group of volunteers with only 9 foster homes, yet they manage to rescue and adopt out a fair number of pets.

Delta County Humane Society also provides a spay/neuter subsidy coupon to qualified applicants. The coupon may be used at participating Delta County veterinary clinics.


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International Hearing Dog (Henderson, Colorado 80640) rescues dogs from local animal shelters, trains them to assist the hearing impaired, and then places them with recipients throughout the US and Canada, free of charge.

Each dog is hand selected and placed by an IHDI trainer. Once the Hearing Dog has been placed, IHDI staff remain in contact throughout the life of the dog to provide support, advice, and guidance.

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