The Grand County Animal Shelter works closely with Grand County Pet Pals (501(c)(3). Grand County Pet Pals was established to assist the shelter with its spay/neuter program. Together, the shelter and Pet Pals have several programs to fulfill our mission of responsible pet ownership within Grand County. We raise funds to provide 100% spay/neuter and certain veterinary care if necessary for all animals at the shelter. We also provide spay/neuter vouchers to pet owners with financial need. We gain support for these programs through membership, general and memorial donations and from many of the Grand County businesses. In addition, we conduct several fundraising events throughout the year including the Doggie Drag, Pet Pictures with Santa, microchip events, and more. We actively seek and welcome volunteers, fundraising ideas, and unique ways to educate and support our community in regard to responsible pet ownership and doing our part to become a nation with no more homeless pets.
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Come Meet Our Pets...
We are located at 3475 CR 57 in Granby, CO. Our adoption hours are Monday thru Friday, 11:00-4:00. And on weekends we are closed..
Our Adoption Process...
Our dog adoptions are $80.00-this includes the adoption, spay/neuter, county tag (mandatory in our county) and rabies vaccination (mandatory in our county). Our cat adoptions are $75.00-this includes adoption and rabies vaccination(mandatory in our county).
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