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3,000 Miles for a Second Chance

Ogalala and adopterOgulala was one of twelve dogs displaced by hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico who came to Larimer Humane Society to find a second chance at love. In late October, the Humane Society of the United States in partnership with Dumb Friends League in Denver coordinated the transfer of more than 100 dogs, puppies and cats from Puerto Rico to Colorado.

Ogulala was one of these lucky dogs to be flown more than 3,000 miles to Colorado for a second chance. Even the long, tiring journey from Puerto Rico to Larimer Humane Society couldn’t dampen Ogulala’s spirits. This happy, four-year-old Basset Hound/Beagle mix was excited to meet new friends and greeted staff and volunteers with wiggles and puppy smiles.

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The Great Rat Rescue

DSC 0357 CopyFor more than 80 rats that were heartlessly abandoned in the freezing cold, the thoughtful and informed actions of two good Samaritans made the difference between life and death. 

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New Law on Pets in Hot Cars

Never Leave Your Pet In A Hot CarColorado recently passed a law protecting people from criminal or civil liability if they break a window to remove an animal in distress from a hot car. What does this mean and what should you do next time you find an animal left in the car on a hot day?

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4th of July Safety Tips

Keep Your Pet Safe this 4th of JulyWhat's not to love about the 4th of July? As humans we get to enjoy an extra day off work, barbecues, time at the lake, fun in the sun and fireworks! But for our furry friends the 4th of July is often the most stressful day of the year for them. In fact, more pets get lost on the 4th of July than any other day of the year.

Before you head out to that barbecue or out to enjoy the fireworks make sure you check out these tips to keep your four-legged companion safe this 4th of July weekend:
 
 

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Hot Weather Safety Tips for Your Pet

Summer heat 1Ahhh, summer in Colorado! Is there anything better? Maybe enjoying all our community has to offer with your favorite fourlegged companion. But before you rush out to enjoy barbeques, hikes and camping trips, we want to remind you that our beautiful Colorado sunshine poses a very real risk to your pet.

Here are some important warning signs your pet might exhibit if they are overheating and simple steps you can take to keep your pet safe and healthy this summer.

Warning signs of overheating:

• Heavy panting, rapid or difficult breathing
• Excessive drooling
• Elevated heart rate or body temperature
• Pale or dark red gums
• Diarrhea and/or vomiting
• Collapsing, weakness, convulsions

Easy ways to keep your pet safe this summer:

• Never leave your pet in a parked car on a warm day –the temperature in an enclosed car can rise to dangerous levels within minutes
• Don’t walk or run with your pet on hot pavement
• Keep your pet out of the sun during the hottest part of the day and make sure they have access to shade to escape the heat
• Make sure to provide plenty of fresh drinking water to prevent dehydration
• Remember certain animals like flat faced breeds (pugs, boxers, etc.), overweight, and older pets are more susceptible to the heat

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