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Adopt a shelter dog

Colorado Animal Rescue (CARE), the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and would like to announce that October is National Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month.

At CARE, we have many wonderful dogs searching for a human companion to call their own – National Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month is the perfect time to come and meet your match.

Please visit us this October, and meet our diverse crew of lovable canines. Dogs young and old, small and large, hikers and couch potatoes, are looking for love. Looking for something particular? Feel free to give us a call, we are always glad to “talk dogs!” Stop by, and our staff will be happy to play matchmaker, and help you find a great new canine family member.

We are pleased to include in our adoption package spaying or neutering, vaccinations, deworming, and microchipping. All dogs go home with a collar and leash and American Pet Association ID tag, as well as a bag of Science Diet food. In recognition of this special month, we will be reducing our adoption fee on adult dogs to $75.

We are located across from the Spring Valley campus of CMC. We are open to the public Monday through Saturday, 10-4, and Sunday, 12-4. Come and see us this October, add a little canine companionship to your life.

For more information please call 947-9173, or view our animals at

The staff and animals

of Colorado Animal Rescue

Glenwood Springs

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