Hot cars = hot dogs

…windows cracked, right? NO! The first thing you notice when you return to your car is the hot air that hits you in the face and your steering wheel and…

FAQs

…I report a dog in a hot car? Call our Animal Law Enforcement team at your corresponding jurisdiction’s phone number (listed at the bottom of this page) to report a…

Animal Law Enforcement

…I live? Laws vary by jurisdiction. See our laws & ordinances page for the areas we serve. How do I report a pet in a hot car? Call our Animal…

Don’t be a “Kit-Napper” This Kitten Season

Esperanza is a very special lady who started her life as a tough street cat. One day, her two tiny kittens were found by some kids who thought they had…

Resources

…Prevention Long Procedure Aftercare Post Surgical Instructions Vaccine Side Effects What is Pyometra? Community Safety Bite Prevention Hot Car Dangers Catch a Loose Dog Training Videos Crate Training Clicker Training…

A Guest Blog by Jean Alfieri: Lesson Learned on the Long Road from Durango

…limited options. We got buckets of hot water from the shelter and poured them down the doors. It didn’t work and may have made matters worse. Getting it into a…

Contact ALE

…Message from ALE If this is an emergency, like a dog bite/attack or dog left in a hot car, please call our dispatch at 719-302-8798. Animal Law Enforcement Our hours…

Winter Safety Tips for Pets

a small brown and white dog looking to the left is standing outside in the snow

…visibility and make it harder to be seen. Consider leaving your pet at home while you’re out in the cold. Just as you shouldn’t leave animals in hot cars in…

Paws-itive Play

…a kiddie pool with cool water or turning your sprinklers on can be engaging for your dog while also helping them keep cool. Some frozen treats or hot dogs at…

Protect Your Pet This Winter

…the cold. Just as you shouldn’t leave animals in hot cars in the summer, your car can feel like a refrigerator during winter. Never leave your pet unattended in a…