Denver animal shelter lost and found
In this article we shall be looking at Denver Animal Shelter Lost and Found Pets Need Your Assistance.
Denver animal shelter french bulldogs
If you have lost a pet, you know how frustrating it can be to find your beloved animal. At the Denver Animal Shelter, they want to help you find your pet and reunite you with them. However, if you are able to offer any assistance to the shelter in finding their missing animals, please call 303-441-4587 or email them.
The Colorado Dumb Friends League is looking for your help in finding these lost pets.
If you see any of the following animals or know where they are, please call the shelter at 303-791-5151 immediately.
The pets available for adoption
The following pets are currently available for adoption at the Denver Animal Shelter. They need your help to find their new loving family.
All about puppy mill dogs
Puppy mill dogs are often bred for their looks rather than their temperament, which makes them more likely to have behavior issues. The Humane Society of the United States estimates that close to 10 million puppy mill dogs exist in the U.S., with about 2 million of those being placed in pet stores each year.
Puppy mills are unregulated facilities where breeding animals are kept in cages, usually with limited human interaction, until they can no longer breed or until they die from illness or injury.
Tips on how to adopt a pet
Denver Animal Services is the city shelter for the City and County of Denver, Colorado. They provide shelter to lost animals, adoptable animals, and pets that have been abandoned or turned into animal control by their owners. The fees for adopting a pet range from $14-$150 depending on the type of animal adopted.
How much does it cost to adopt a pet from the shelter?
The adoption fee for an adult dog is $100, and the adoption fee for an adult cat is $50. For puppies under six months old, the adoption fee is $125. These fees include sterilization, microchipping, shots, flea treatment, de-worming and heartworm testing. If you adopt a pet from the shelter, they will provide you with a 60-day health guarantee.
Home Again Pet Reunions
Every day the Denver Animal Shelter takes in an average of 200 lost or abandoned animals. Out of those 200 animals, about half are reunited with their families. The other half need a place to call home. Our goal is to provide a safe place for pets as they wait for their owners to come back, but we can’t do it without your help. Please share this post and help find homes for these precious animals before they lose hope.