Disaster Preparedness

…community and state plans to support animal evacuation and sheltering are essential in protecting both people and pets. Where can I take my pets if I’m evacuated? Make a list…

Fire Danger This Summer! Are You Prepared?

…If you had to evacuate without your animals, remember that you can call HSPPR, and our Animal Law Enforcement officers will be standing by to rescue animals out of evacuated…

FAQs

…a minimum of five days and cats a minimum of three days (five days in Pueblo County) before we can make an animal available for adoption. We evaluate each and

Found a Stray

…days (five days in Pueblo County) before we can make an animal available for adoption. We evaluate each and every animal as an individual, and there’s never a time limit…

Lost Your Pet

…available for adoption. We evaluate each and every animal as an individual, and there’s never a time limit on how long we’ll care for an animal before he’s adopted. We…

Surrendering Your Pet

…a pet enters our doors, we evaluate each and every animal as an individual, and there is never a time limit on how long we’ll care for an animal before…

Resources

…plan now for evacuating and taking care of ALL family members in the event of a disaster – pets need emergency supplies, too! get ready End of Life Services As…

Dog Bite Prevention Week: How to Prevent a Dog Bite

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Max was surrendered to HSPPR’s Colorado Springs location after biting his owner’s arm. When we evaluated Max, we saw he did have some fear triggers; he was a nervous guy…

Owner Surrender Process

…do an additional evaluation to help determine placement in a new home can be done safely. There are two possible outcomes for animals surrendered to HSPPR. Our priority and most…