Please lend a paw, because every pet deserves a safe and loving home. Adopt, contribute or volunteer. Even the littlest bit can help a friend in need.

Here you’ll find the wonderful local and national organizations that we support and believe in. We urge you to make your own list from the multitude of dedicated rescue, animal welfare and breed organizations.

 

Roice-Hurst Humane Society  
3320 D 1/2  Road Clifton, CO 81520    970.434.7337
www.RHHumaneSociety.com                  

As mentioned, we are so proud and happy to be partnering with Denise and the staff at Roice-Hurst, without whom animal welfare in Mesa County just wouldn’t be the same.

 

Community Cat Care 
PO Box 4555   Grand Junction, CO 81502      970.243.9098

www.gjcommunitycatcare.org              

Community Cat Care is dedicated to neutering and humane treatment of feral cat populations. With their aid we adopted our cat Nara and found homes for her kittens.

 

Peanut’s Place
Yoder, CO        719.478.3370  

peanutsplacebullyrescue.org                    

Our friend Renee single-handedly runs this unique rescue specializing in Bully breeds. We love her forever for allowing us to adopt Hector from her.

 

Mile High Bull Terrier Club

303.455.3882

www.mhbtc.com

Our good friends in Denver are the source in Colorado for all things Bull Terrier including rescue dogs and information.

 

Bull Terrier Rescue of Virginia, Inc.
www.btrva.com

We are delighted to be supporters and "penpals." Virginia is for Bullie Lovers!

 

Petfinder
www.petfinder.com   

At Petfinder you can locate adoptable pets from shelters and rescues across the country, of every breed and description. That’s how we found Hector!

 

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals       
www.aspca.org          

The ASPCA was the first humane organization in the western hemisphere, founded in 1866. They are a great resource as well as a powerful rescue organization.

 

Humane Society of the United States
www.humanesociety.org

The HSUS was founded in 1954 to seek a humane and sustainable world for all animals. Their mission is, “Celebrating Animals, Confronting Cruelty”.

 

The American Kennel Club
www.akc.org

The AKC is not just a breed registry. It’s a great resource for learning which breed is right for you, and has a directory of breed rescue organizations across the country.