Please Note - Critical updates regarding rabies and rehabilitation services:
As of April 1, 2013, Larimer County is on HIGH ALERT regarding rabies in wildlife. See options below if you have a conflict with wildlife.
Currently, Larimer Humane Society does not have the ability to rehabilitate any wildlife since we do not have a State of Colorado mandated Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator. If you are having a conflict with wildlife, please carefully review your options below:
Larimer County is currently on high alert due to the high number of rabies cases. View latest updates on rabies in Larimer County here. If you reside in Larimer County and have come in contact with wildlife (specifically skunks, raccoons, bats, or foxes) that are sick or injured or acting aggressively, contact Animal Protection and Control at (970) 226-3647 ext. 7
For non-emergencies and due to recent contract changes, Animal Protection & Control has revised wildlife resources for the Cities of Fort Collins and Loveland, and unincorporated areas of Larimer County. View what Animal Protection & Control can respond to in each municipality.
For other resources regarding wildlife including tips on how to deal with orphaned or nuisance wildlife, contact:
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Fort Collins Office
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For help after hours, contact:
Colorado State Patrol
Click here for more information about wildlife and a list of rehabilitators in Colorado
Larimer Humane Society offers telephone support to our community members experiencing conflict with wildlife to provide guidance on how to humanely mitigate the situation. Please contact us at (970) 226-3647 x322 if you are having a nuisance situation such as squirrels in your attic. WE DO NOT have the ability to trap the animals but can offer advice as well as resources in the community that may help you.