Entries by Tylor Starr

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What’s Happening for the Animals?

Our CEO shares how services are changing due to new directives. With this week’s stay-at-home order, I recognize that many of you are settling into a temporary “new” normal. The animals at Larimer Humane Society are as well. Though we launched a number of service and process changes last week, Wednesday’s news signaled that it

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Prepare Your Pets for COVID-19

With the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 on the rise in Colorado, it is important for Larimer County residents to include their pets in preparedness plans. Make a preparedness plan for your pets: Identify a trusted family member or friend to care for your pets if someone becomes ill or is hospitalized. Research

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6 Tips to Support Your Pet’s Dental Health

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and as your partner in companion animal welfare, our team of experts has compiled a list of recommendations, insights, and warning signs to help ensure your pet’s pearly whites remain strong and healthy long into the future. 1. Dental health is important to address because, if left unattended,

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Your Tax Return Can Support Homeless Animals

Looking for an easy way to give to animals this year? Simply filing your Colorado state income taxes is a great place to start! A new option – exclusive to Colorado tax filers – allows you to donate all or a portion of your income tax refund to Larimer Humane Society. The ReFUND Colorado program puts

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Larimer Humane Society and Crossroads Safehouse Partner to Keep Pets Safe

Larimer Humane Society and Crossroads Safehouse announced a strategic partnership today as part of Larimer Humane Society’s “Better Together” program. Effective immediately, victims of domestic violence who are seeking protection through Crossroads Safehouse will have temporary boarding available for up to two weeks for their pets at Larimer Humane Society without cost to the victim.

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Keeping Pets Safe from Coyotes

A hallmark of life in northern Colorado is the abundance of wildlife who also call our region “home.” As Coloradoans, we try to respect wild animals by observing them from safe distances, although animals sometimes have different plans and can be enticed far closer to people and pets than we would prefer. Here at Larimer

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