Animal Adoption | Humane Society of Boulder Valley
Brighter Days Dog Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Boulder, CO.
What areas in Colorado do you adopt to?We give preference to applicants who live in an area where we have SDR volunteers and support who can help our dogs with follow up if needed. These areas are Boulder, Denver (the city), Fort Collins, Winter Park, Buena Vista, Eagle/Vail, Steamboat and Glenwood/Carbondale. Applicants outside these areas can still apply but are at a disadvantage.
Bridgette joined the Humane Society of Boulder Valley in 1995 and since then has enjoyed a variety of roles. Since 2002, Bridgette has been the Director of Shelter Services with oversight of staff conducting animal assessments and transfer program coordination, as well as the team of adoption specialists who assist potential adopters in the selection of a next pet. In 2014, Bridgette assumed the additional responsibility of overseeing HSBV’s Training and Behavior department. Bridgette is responsible for the selection and appointment of animals benefitting from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s behavior modification programs and works closely with the Chief Shelter Veterinarian to provide clinical therapies to b-mod patients as needed. Bridgette enjoys contributing to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s public training class curriculum as an experienced strategist and client service enthusiast. Bridgette and her husband, Greig, own the Barking Dog Café in Lyons, Colorado and live in Longmont with their son, Landin, three dogs, and box turtles.
2015 Humane Society of Boulder Valley
There are 24 dogs looking for new homes as of Sun Jul 16 1:25am MDT
Located in Golden, provides shelter for animals that are still looking for their forever home. They have both cats and dogs as well as an assortment of small mammals such as rabbits, birds and guinea pigs. They also offer many services that your new pet will need after adoption, such as spay and neuter services, vaccinations and licensing. Their location just beyond our bubble helps expand the search for those pursuing pet adoption in Boulder, and only with a short drive (so you don’t stay outside the bubble for too long).However you end up adopting your new dog or cat, make sure that you’re prepared for the responsibilities that come with pet ownership. Dogs and cats make great companions, but they’re also animals that need care, discipline and love. Once you do fall in love with your new pet, you’ll be so glad that you took the time to search locations for pet adoption in Boulder and the surrounding area.