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Dog Park Safety

Dog Park Safety Graphic eblast v2Playtime should be safe and fun

Our new shelter provides us with the space, efficiency and flexibility to not only better serve the animals in our care but also the opportunity to offer a beautiful new public dog park to our community. At Larimer Humane Society we have a responsibility to our community to help keep the animals and people in Northern Colorado safe, including at our own dog park. We want to make sure that playtime at our dog park is a safe and stress-free experience for all visitors whether they have two legs or four. We'd like to take a moment to familiarize you with the rules for our dog park and provide you with some of our top tips for a safe trip to the dog park. 

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Tips for running with your pet

040 1We hope you and your canine companion are just as excited for Fire Hydrant 5K as we are! Before you grab your sneakers and your leash here are a few things you should keep in mind when running with your dog.

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Animal Protection & Control: We Are Their Voice

Larimer Humane Society October 2017 765For nearly 37 years, Larimer Humane Society’s Animal Protection and Control team have protected people and animals in northern Colorado. Over the years Animal Protection and Control have evolved from a simple contract with the city and county to assist with picking up strays to a team whose days include following up on animal bites, park patrols, animal cruelty, neglect and welfare investigations, court hearings and much more.

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A Better Shelter for Homeless Pets

Making a Difference for Fearful Animals

Shelters can be a stressful environment for animals. New noises, new smells, and the “not knowing” can cause behavior issues presented by shy or fearful animals to worsen. When it came to the design of our new shelter, we put the needs of the animals in our care first. Our new shelter has allowed us to strengthen our commitment to healthier, happier pets. We are proud to see the environmental enrichment features of our new shelter truly benefiting the animals in our care. Here are two stories of how the design of our new shelter made a difference for homeless animals in need.

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Rabies Safety

APC with racoonSo far in 2018, there have been 13 confirmed cases of rabies positive skunks in Larimer County. As pet owners and community members, we should always be vigilant around wildlife and take steps to keep both pets and our community safe from diseases like rabies. Read more for our top 10 rabies safety tips. 

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