Denver Animal Shelter is an open-admission shelter that touches the lives of over 12,000 animals each year. An open admission shelter means that they will not turn away any animal that comes into their doors for any reason. They foster the human-animal bond by protecting the safety and welfare of Denver's animals and people. Denver Animal Protection is committed to:
- Providing humane care to companion animals
- Reuniting lost pets with their ownersAdopting pets to loving homes
- Enforcing Denver County animal ordinances
- Educating the public about animals, their needs and our critical role as a community resource.
Denver Animal Shelter relies on the generosity of community members to help provide the best possible care for the animals that take refuge at their facility.
All donations are used to directly help the animals they serve - both at the shelter and in the community. Donations help provide:
- Animal Care & Enrichment
- Spay/Neuter Services
- Emergency Medical Care
- Community Outreach
- Humane Education
- Foster Care