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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Dogs and puppies find second chance through shelter collaboration If you’ve visited the adoptable pet pages on the Larimer Humane Society website recently, you’ve undoubtedly noticed there aren’t many animals available! Since opening…
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Milestone Fire Hydrant 5K a HUGE Success!

Thank you to everyone who participated and fundraised in support of the 30th annual Fire Hydrant 5K and Paws on the Promenade Expo! You were joined by more than 350 other Larimer Humane Society supporters to ensure that northern Colorado remains…
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What to Do If You Find Stray Kittens

With warmer weather comes kittens. While Larimer Humane Society advocates that cats be kept indoors (for a variety of reasons), the truth is that cats still roam the neighborhoods across our communities. That also means that cats without a home…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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"Beat the Heat" with Larimer Humane Society and Animal Friends Alliance

Warmer weather may feel far away, but Animal Friends Alliance and Larimer Humane Society want you to “Beat the Heat” by spaying your cat in advance of her heat cycle to prevent unplanned litters from being born this spring.  During February…
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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…