Colorado Puppy Rescue works to save the lives of and find loving, permanent homes for as many puppies as possible. To that end, the organization partners with rural shelters and rescuers that don't have enough funding to adopt the puppies, many of which would otherwise face euthanasia due to overcrowding and lack of necessary resources. Colorado Puppy Rescue receives new puppies each week, and as a shelterless rescue, places them in foster homes and hosts adoption events. All puppies placed for adoption have been examined by a vet technician and are up-to-date on vaccinations.
In the past Colorado Puppy Rescue has relied on food donations from large pet stores. These food donations are no longer happening, so we would like to raise enough money to feed the puppies that we rescue in 2014.
We rescue approximately 100 puppies per month. Food for the puppies while in foster care is approximately $10 per puppy.
Please help us feed the puppies this year.
Anything will help and the donations will go directly into a food "bank" for the puppies.