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Cold Weather Welfare Tips

border collie 1149417 960 720Colorado winters can be as dangerous as they are beautiful. While our snowy winter days make for great skiing and snowboarding they pose a real risk to our four-legged companions. When it comes to cold weather, do you know when it is safe for a pet to be outside and when you should call Animal Protection & Control for a welfare check?

Every animal is an individual and a cold winter day poses different risks to different animals. If you see your neighbor’s pet outside this winter, here are a few things to keep in mind to determine if the pet is safe and help you know when you should give us a call.

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Important Information on Rabies

Keep them safe from rabiesRabies is on the rise in our community and we each need to take steps to keep ourselves, our family, pets, and community safe. There have been 22 confirmed cases of rabies in skunks and three cases in bats. In addition to wildlife, we are continuing to see multiple cases of humans and pets exposed to the disease in Northern Colorado.

Here is some important information you need to know regarding rabies exposure for people and pets.

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Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Prep NowNot only is it wildfire season, June is National Pet Preparedness Month! The best thing you can do to protect your pet during an emergency is have a plan ready now. Should the unthinkable happen, here are a few tips to help keep your four-legged family members safe in the midst of an emergency.

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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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