KUSA- Lily, a 5-year-old, female, Jack Russell/Rat terrier mix stopped by Petline9 Thursday.
HIGHLANDS RANCH - Before the arctic cold and snow moved in, two
dachshunds got their very own tunnel built for them to keep them dry and
off the snow.
All Breed Rescue Network
We are a network of purebred dog rescue groups in the Denver metro area. Each group is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers. These volunteers are knowledgeable about specific breeds and place dogs in responsible, permanent loving homes appropriate for that breed.
Animal Rescue of the Rockies
P. O. Box 5531
Breckenridge, CO 80424
Animal Rescue of the Rockies rescues homeless dogs and cats from shelters and places them in loving foster homes until their forever homes are found We promote spaying and neutering to reduce pet overpopulation and encourage quality relationships between pets their people through behavior resources and training. Animal Rescue of the Rockies is a volunteer non-profit, 501(c)3 organization and operates throughout Colorado. A photo listing of adoptable animals can be seen at AnimalRescueoftheRockies.org.
P.O. Box 1143
Brighton, Co 80601
We are a no-kill free roam animal sanctuary adoption, education and training center. We take any animal in, in any medical condition. We have animals ranging from emus, dogs, cats guinea pigs, ferrets, horses, etc. Every situation is case by case. We do offer training.
Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center
P.O. Box 202005
Denver, CO 80220
Good Samaritan Pet center is a "shelter alternative" for homeless animals through the Metro area. We are a network of foster parents who care for homeless dogs or cats until a permanent home can be found. Our mission is to promote healthy relationships between people and their pets. We strive to prevent animal abuse and abandonment and provide resources and support services to support these goals. Adoption fee for adult dogs is $90, puppies is $125, senior dogs over 7 years old is $75. Adoption fee for adult cats is $50 and $80 for kittens (under 9 months). The adopted animal will have received their first vaccination (FVRCP for cats and DHPPC for dogs). Younger animals will be spayed or neutered at Harrison Memorial Veterinary Hospital at approximately 20 weeks of age. Kittens/puppies will have been dewormed and will have received a veterinary examination. Adult cats will have been tested for FIV/FeLV.
P.A.A.L.S.(People And Animals Living Synergistically)
A division of the Dreampower Foundation (TM)
P.O. Box 926
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Dreampower Ranch is located southeast of Castle Rock, Colorado, is privately owned and leased gratis to the Dreampower Foundation (TM). Dreampower Ranch (R) provides the setting for the P.A.A.L.S. program. The animals at the ranch come in all sizes and each has a story to tell - each is individual, precious and unique. The mission of P.A.A.L.S. is to provide hope and help to the abused and unwanted on Dreampower Ranch whether they have paws, hooves, fingers or claws. Support comes solely from donations. Most of the animals will be at the ranch for life. Some, however, may have a chance to be adopted to special homes. Such adoptions generate a small income. At Dreampower Ranch (R) senior animals reside and can interact with human visitors with opportunities for companionship, creativity and communication.
Colorado Canine Connection
Homeward Bound Rescue
We have many dogs to adopt. Find out more from our Web site.
Denver Afghan Hound Rescue
Placing and rescuing homeless or abandoned Afghan Hounds into loving, caring homes. We will accept Afghan Hounds from other surrounding states. Always in need of approved foster homes.
High Country Basset Hound Rescue and Adoption Services, Inc.
Jeromy (President) - 720/981-9475
Joanne - 303/371-7901
Brian - 970/472-5386
Colorado Beagle Rescue
Bichon Frise Rescue Ranch, Inc.
1979 Carlson Rd.
Parker, CO 80138
"Little dogs love to play, so we created a getaway" At the Rescue Ranch, we find homes for those that are unwanted or have lost their homes. Do you have a heart big enough to give a "forever home" to one of our Rescues???
Colleen Rippeth, Director
Rocky Mountain Border Collie Rescue-CO
We strive to educate the public while working to properly place Border Collies into active, loving forever homes.
HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue
1112 E Bayaud Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80209
Adoption Fee $100 - includes spay/neuter shots
Boxers are clowns, family oriented, high energy, great with kids, sleep indoors and need a fenced backyard and lots of attention. Boxer Rescue needs volunteers and foster homes.
French Bulldog Rescue Network
Cocker's Angel Cocker Rescue
Colorado Collie Rescue
5906 Weld Co. Road 18
Longmont, CO 80504
Dachshund Rescue of Colorado
Dalmatian Rescue of Colorado
6828 Rim Rock Trail
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Doberman Rescue of Colorado
English Springer Rescue of the Rockies
Adopting an English Springer costs $100-$150 depending on the amount of veterinary bills that have already paid. The fee includes: shots, health check, spay/neuter.
Golden Retriever Rescue
P. O. Box 569
Morrison, Colorado 80465-0569
Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue
PO Box 460773
Aurora, CO 80046-0773
e-mail Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue
Colorado Greyhound Adoption
P.O. Box 2404
Littleton, CO 80161-2404
Friends of Retired (FOR) Greyhounds
Rocky Mountain Greyhound Adoption
Irish Setter Club of Colorado
Jack Russell Terriers
Jack Russell Terrier Rescue of Colorado
Safe Harbor Lab Rescue
601 16th Street #C-322
Golden, CO 80401
Safe Harbor Lab Rescue is a non-profit organization run by volunteers for the purpose of permanently rehoming stray or surrendered Labrador Retrievers in Colorado. People ask us where we get all of these wonderful Labs...Sometimes they're rescued from shelters, often they come from families who can no longer provide the loving home their pet deserves and sometimes we get Labs who are orphaned by their humans.
Lifeline Puppy Rescue
Colorado Pug Rescue
or email us
Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue
8024 South Quince Way
Englewood, CO 80112-3214
Denver Samoyed Rescue
P.O. Box 1564
Arvada, CO 80001-1564
Polaris Siberian Husky Rescue
PO BOX 1255
Ft. Collins, CO 80522
Old English Sheepdog Rescue of Colorado
Colorado St. Bernard Rescue
Fee: $250. Includes spay/neuter, shots, health check. (Normal cost from breeder: $800-$2500)
Dogs up for Adoption
Mile High Weimaraner Club
The Mile High Weimaraner Club is in good standing with the Weimaraner Club of America (WCA). We use the WCA's national rescue structure.
Almost Home Adoptions
A no-kill, non-profit, all-volunteer run cat shelter.
Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Alliance
PO Box 8393 Denver, CO 80201
RMACA is dedicated to humanely controlling the feral cat population through spay/neuter and release. However, we often find tame adult cats that have been lost or abandoned and need good homes. We also tame hundreds of young kittens each year that we adopt to loving homes.
Cat Care Society
5787 W. 6th Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80214
Every Creature Counts
Every Creature Counts rescues dogs and cats from rural areas in Northern Colorado. Also help people who help stray/feral cats by providing traps to get cats to the vet for spay/neuter. No kill rescue group, animals in foster homes.
Rocky Mountain Siamese Rescue - Save a Meezer!
Siamese and Siamese mixed cats are cared for in individual foster homes. Adoption fees range from $100 to $125. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, tests for Feline Leukemia and FIV, necessary vaccinations and health exam. Volunteers and fosters homes are always needed, please call for more information.
480 Washington Ave.
Nunn, CO. 80648
Rocky Mountain Society of Aviculture
PO Box 1106
Wheat Ridge, CO 80034-1106
We rescue birds (finches, cockatiels ,lovebirds, parakeets, and parrots) We promote education of pet birds and have our adoption program.
The Gabriel Foundtaion Education Center
1025 Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80204
The Gabriel Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) avicultural and veterinary affiliated parrot welfare organization promoting educational outreach, conservation, rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and sanctuary pertaining to the needs of parrots around the world.
Cavy Care Inc. Guinea Pig Rescue
303-693-4630 Shelter Main Phone
303-593-2195 Shelter Fax
303-795-4178 Back-up Fax
4343 S. Jasper St.
Aurora CO 80015-4425
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Colorado House Rabbit Society
P. O. Box 238
Broomfield, CO 80038-0238
Adoption fee $30 per rabbit, includes health check, spay/neuter. Rabbits are from shelters. They are in foster families until adoption.
Colorado Horse Rescue
10386 N. 65th. Street
Longmont, CO 80503
Visits to the CHR Farm may be scheduled by contacting the CHR office. Please call or write.
Friends of Horses Rescue & Adoption
Friends of Horses Rescue and Adoption is a Denver-based nonprofit that rescues and rehabilitates horses and places them in adoptive homes. Horses rescued include foals and other horses headed for slaughterhouses, retired racehorses and others.
website or call 303-795-9870.
Longhopes Donkey Shelter, Inc.
50 S. Dutch Valley Road
Bennett, CO 80102
Donkeys are: fun, love to play ball, follow you around, very affectionate. Can pull a small cart, small person/child can ride a donkey. Weigh up to 500 lbs. Live up to 45 years. Eat:; hay, apples, carrots. They eat about 1/3 what a horse eats.
Especially Ferrets Inc.
Aurora, CO 80011
Ferret rescue was established in 1993 and was one of the largest and most respected rescues in Colorado. It was closed down in 99' due to health reasons, and has reopened. Ferrets Etc. is located in Parker.
The Flash and Thelma Memorial Hedgehog Rescue
PO Box 1903
Fort Collins, CO 80522
Colorado Reptile Rescue
13941 Elmore Road
Longmont, CO 80504
Romero Wildlife Sanctuary
Black Forest Animal Sanctuary www.bfasfarm.org
We are a non-profit, no-kill, all animal and horse rescue and rehab program. Volunteers, sponsors, donations needed.
Black Forest, CO 80908
Rescues and provides long-term sanctuary to captive-bred wolves and wolf-dogs that are in jeopardy of being euthanized
Did you know that 25 shelters in Colorado belong to a nationwide web site? It is called Pet Finder. Over 2,500 shelters nation wide are members of this virtual animal shelter. Potential adopters can log on and search for a specific breed of animal.