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Mar 22, 2020
Due to ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19, Denver Animal Protection is taking precautionary steps to avoid virus transmission, including closing adoptions and vaccination clinics at Denver Animal Shelter. Denver Animal Protection is hoping for the community’s support during this time to continue to provide limited services to Denver’s human and animal populations. Denver Animal Shelter remains open for limited intake and stray pet services, as we must reunite lost pets with their families.
Mar 17, 2020
Mar 29, 2019
Upon the closure of CASP, animal shelters across the front range worked together to respond to this critical situation and collaborated to help the animals in Pueblo. Animal welfare organizations who either assisted in efforts to transport these pets, accepted animals from Pueblo or are on standby to accept them, include Dumb Friends League, Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, Foothills Animal Shelter, Denver Animal Protection, Humane Society of Boulder Valley, Larimer Humane Society, Longmont Humane Society, Aurora Animal Shelter, Adams County Animal Shelter, Humane Society of Weld County and Intermountain Humane Society. Upon arrival, each individual animal’s medical and behavioral needs will be addressed.
Dec 7, 2018
For many homes, pets are part of the family and involving them in holiday festivities can be fun for all involved. Ensuring all of our family members, pets included, feel safe and comfortable this holiday season should be on everyone’s wish list.
Denver Animal Protection (DAP) provides care to more than 12,000 pets each year. DAP operates Denver Animal Shelter (DAS), an open-admissions shelter that is home to more than 6,000 lost and abandoned pets each year.