There are many reasons a family can no longer care for a pet, and we’re here to help. To reduce stress on animals coming into the shelter and better manage our shelter population, Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region recommends you schedule a surrender appointment. Scheduling an appointment online is easy - you choose the date and time that works best for you and you won't have to wait to meet with a customer service representative.
- Please note we can only accommodate one pet per time slot.
- Each pet must have a separate completed intake form. This may seem somewhat cumbersome when surrendering a litter of puppies or kittens, however, it allows us to more quickly process you once you arrive and it allows us to better get to know your pet(s) and make better adoption matches.
- HSPPR DOES NOT provide rabies testing or bite quarantine services and will not accept an animal that has bitten within the last 10 days. Pleace contact the health department to report a bite and for required quarantine information. If you are active military, contact law enforcement on your base/post to report a dangerous animal or a bite.
Schedule an Appointment
Ft. Carson (U.S. Army):
If you find a stray on base or need to surrender an animal from Ft. Carson, please contact the Ft. Carson Police Department.
If you find wildlife:
HSPPR is not licensed to accept wildlife. If you find orphaned or injured wildlife, including deer, birds, rabbits, turtles or tarantulas, please click here for Colorado Parks and Wildlife's licensed rehabilitator list arranged by county or call them at 719.227.5200.
Colorado Reptile Humane Society
Wildlife rehabilitators receive no agency funding and rely on your donations to provide services. Wildlife rehabilitators work regular jobs in addition to caring for wildlife, returning phone calls and accepting wildlife as promptly as possible.