Service Changes in Response to Safer-At-Home Directive
Effective April 29, 2021, in response to COVID-19 throughout Larimer County and the state of Colorado, Larimer Humane Society has updated its services and hours of operation.
Please be advised that our hours of operation have changed to the following times:
Monday through Friday 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday/Sunday 9 am – 5 pm
Monday through Friday 11 am – 6 pm
Saturday/Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
Please stay tuned to this page for further updates on our service hours.
Safety precautions for clients and staff
- In an effort to limit the number of people in our shelter at one time, we are allowing a maximum of 2 visitors per party into the building.
- At this time we are not allowing any social visits or large groups inside the building at any time.
- Entry into the Shelter is granted to those wearing a face mask that covers both mouth and nose. Clients unable to wear a face mask should call 970-226-3647 to discuss possible alternatives for accessing essential services. Children under the age of 2 continue to be exempt from wearing a face covering. Thank you for helping us keep other clients and staff members safe.
- For all services except for adoptions, please line up outside our Intake lobby. (Please note, surrendering an animal and end-of-life services for an animal requires an appointment, see below for details. Pet licensing is currently available by phone, mail, and web-only – see details below.)
- Capacity limitations may lead to longer-than-normal wait times. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
- Please keep the six-foot social distancing rule in mind at all times while you are in the shelter, both outside and indoors.
- To limit the number of people in the shelter at one time, as well as to ensure we are able to meet the needs of other guests, we are restricting guest stays to no more than one hour in duration.
- Please be sure to follow all posted directions and signs while visiting our shelter.
- If you or someone in your home is not feeling well, has been exposed to someone testing positive for COVID-19, or who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 themselves we kindly ask that you choose to visit us at another time.
How can I help the animals right now?
Thank you for your interest in supporting the animals!
- Monetary contributions are our greatest need at this time and can be made online here, or by mail to 3501 E 71stStreet, Loveland, CO 80538, Attn: Development.
- In-kind donations are now being accepted and can be dropped off on our donation cart located in the Intake vestibule.
Are Animal Protection & Control services still available?
Yes – if you are experiencing an animal-related emergency, please call 970-226-3647, ext. 7.
- All public health and safety services continue. This includes responding to calls pertaining to rabies-vector species animals, wild and domestic.
- Paid services have resumed for the following community needs*:
- Nuisance Wildlife calls
- Dead domestic or wildlife pickup on private property
- Officers will observe proper social distancing in all cases, and will not enter into homes for these services. Face coverings and gloves will be worn while performing these services and transactions.
*Please note, we request payment by credit card wherever possible.
Can I still purchase or renew a license for my pet?
Absolutely! License purchases or renewals may be processed by one of the following methods:
- By mail to 3501 E 71st Street, Loveland, CO 80538
- By phone at 970-226-3647, ext. 2010
In-person license purchases or renewals continue to be suspended at this time.
Do you need volunteers?
- At this time we are welcoming back established volunteers for specific departments. For further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you still holding community events and offering tours?
Larimer Humane Society is not able to accommodate tours at this time, and events are currently taking place in a virtual format unless otherwise noted.