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Animal Shelters in Greeley, CO
1.Official Animal Control
4750 29th St
apathetic, bad attitudes and usually rude. Greeley animal control officers seem to hate their jobs. Sad really, as the animals suffer. If you call expect pretty much nothing to be done.
2.Weld County Jail
2110 O St
3.Weld County Emergency Management
1950 O St
4.Weld County Purchasing
1150 O St
5.Weld County Commissioners
915 10th St
6.Humane Society of Weld County
1620 42nd St
All the staff are very dedicated, caring individuals whose needs of the animals come firt. There place is very clean, for they spend hours and hours cleaning the cages etc. They work not hard, every day. The volunteer coordinator is awesome, she is so caring and sweet. Go visit and perhaps you would like to become a volunteer. They are also in need of donations such as food, kitty litter etc,
7.Rocky Mountain Exotic Pet Rescue
8.Larimer Humane Society
6317 Kyle Ave
Founded in 1969, Larimer Humane Society is an independent nonprofit organization that provides shelter and care to stray and homeless domestic animals, as well as rehabilitation for injured, orphaned and sick wild animals. The organization has operations in northern Colorado and employs more than 60 full- and part-time employees. Its activities are funded through service revenue, donations, fundraisers and animal control contracts. Larimer Humane Society also provides investigation, welfare, public safety, and stray, dead and wild animal pickup services. In addition, the organization offers dog, cat, rabbit, bird, reptile and farm animal for adoption. Larimer Humane Society's veterinary services department spays and neuters over 2,000 animals annually, as well as works with the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital to advance the practice of shelter medicine.
9.Animal House Rescue & Grooming
1104 W Vine Dr
I adopted a one year old lab mix here in 2012 and it is now my favorite place! They have a big selection of dogs to adopt and the dogs are all happy and the staff knows a lot about them and cares a lot about them. I started volunteering here off and on and it is a lot of fun to walk the dogs because there is a park next door. The dog I adopted is amazing and came from another shelter where they were going to kill her because they thought she had food aggression, which she doesn't! The shelter worker told me all sorts of training tips but we never needed them, she is a great dog!
10.Dalmatian Rescue Of Colorado Inc
713 Mcgraw Dr
11.Nuisance Animal Control
8 Newby Pl
12.Colorado Reptile Humane Society
13941 Elmore Rd
13.Longmont Humane Society
9595 Nelson Rd Ste G
14.International School of Dog Grooming
2912 Lake Hollow Rd
Exceptional professional DOG grooming training.
15.Every Creature Counts
1245 Factory Cir
Great place, you can tell they don't just adopt to anyone. They make sure the animals are mainly inside and that if there are any other dogs and cats in the house, they are all altered. They truly care about their animals.
16.Brighton City Government Brighton Housing Authority
325 N Kuner Rd
17.Colorado Horse Rescue
10386 N 65th St
Our Mission Colorado Horse Rescue ( CHR ) is a 501 ( C ) ( 3 ) non-profit organization dedicated to providing emergency relief, shelter, care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses. CHR provides community resources through equine education, counseling, information and referral services. CHR is funded through individual donations, grants, bequests and corporate sponsorships. To provide shelter, rehabilitation, care and adoption services for surrendered and legally impounded horses, entrusted to our care
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