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09
Oct 2019
Ark-Valley Humane Society and Heart of the Rockies Radio Pet of the Week

Bubba is our Heart of the Rockies Radio News Pet of the Week! Sweet Bubba just got back from spending two months in a wonderful foster home! His foster dad said he was a great house dog! He loves to sleep on the couch while you’re away (but make sure to not leave out crocs as he’s fond of chewing them up !). He’ll need a home without cats, and would love an active family! AND his adoption fees are half off until next Wednesday! 😍...

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25
Sep 2019
Ark-Valley Humane Society and Heart of the Rockies Radio Pet of the Week

Lancer is our Heart of the Rockies Radio News Pet of the Week!   Lancer is a 1 year old male Australian Shepherd Mix. He is an extremely sweet and energetic pup! He is a little shy around new people, but if you go slow with him he will be your best friend so quickly! He also needs some work on his manners, so he’d do best in a home that is willing to take the time to teach him basic obedience.  (his adoption fee is $75 through next Wednesday!)...

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18
Sep 2019
Ark-Valley Humane Society and Heart of the Rockies Radio Pet of the Week

Oscar is our Heart of the Rockies Radio News Pet of the Week!   Oscar is an 8 year old male Chihuahua/terrier Mix. He is an energetic little guy who loves to play in the yard! We don’t know if he is good with cats or dogs, so we recommend bringing your pup to the shelter to see if they get along! Oscar did amazing meeting everyone at the radio! He is a social and lap- loving guy who would make a great addition to your home! (his adoption fee is $50......

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12
Sep 2019
Ark-Valley Humane Society and Heart of the Rockies Radio Pet of the Week

Koa is our Heart of the Rockies Radio Pets of the Week! Koa is a 7 year old female Belgian Malinois mix. She’s an extremely smart and sweet Gal who gets along with some dogs (she’s made many other dog friends here at the shelter!) but needs a home with no cats.  Come meet this extremely smart girl today! (her adoption fee is $75 through next Wednesday the 18th!)...

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19
Jun 2019

Have you seen those eye-catching yellow and blue Colorado license plates with the paw print? Ever wondered what they’re all about? Chances are you’re not alone. The Adopt-a-Shelter Pet license plate became available in 2011 to promote shelter adoptions and generate revenue to help shelter pets. Today, the Adopt-a-Shelter Pet license plate is one of the most popular special use plates in the state and can be seen on more than 20,000 Colorado vehicles. The “pet plate” can be purchased through your local Department of Motor Vehicles with an initial $30 donation......

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