Dedicated to Helping Dogs in Need

Giving back is part of our core mission. That’s why 10% of profits from every PupPass is donated to our exclusive nonprofit partner, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley.

Every year, the HSBV provides shelter and care to over 7,000 animals. Many of the dogs that HSBV finds homes for in Colorado come from outside the state, with over 55 rescue and emergency disaster relief organizations working together to provide veterinary care, medical attention, positive behavioral modification, transitional support and safe, loving homes for dogs in need.

 

Consistently acknowledged as one of the best nonprofit organizations in Colorado, HSBV has been recognized by numerous nonprofit awards, including most recently, the 2018 Boulder County Gold Award for “Best Non-Profit Organization,” and the 2018 Boulder Weekly Best of Boulder Award for “Best Non-Profit.”

10% of Profits From Every Pass
Donated to HSBV

Dedicated
to Helping
Dogs in Need

Giving back is part of our core mission. That’s why 10% of profits from every PupPass is donated to our exclusive nonprofit partner, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley.

Every year, the HSBV provides shelter and care to over 7,000 animals. Many of the dogs that HSBV finds homes for in Colorado come from outside the state, with over 55 rescue and emergency disaster relief organizations working together to provide veterinary care, medical attention, positive behavioral modification, transitional support and safe, loving homes for dogs in need.

Consistently acknowledged as one of the best nonprofit organizations in Colorado, HSBV has been recognized by numerous nonprofit awards, including most recently, the 2018 Boulder County Gold Award for “Best Non-Profit Organization,” and the 2018 Boulder Weekly Best of Boulder Award for “Best Non-Profit.”

10% of Profits From Every Pass
Donated to HSBV

Special Programs That Impact the Lives of Dogs and Our Communities

Special Programs That Impact the Lives of Dogs and Our Communities

Transfer Program

Transfer Program

HSBV’s Culture of Kindness extends to help animals in other communities receive love, care, and new beginnings. Each year, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s Transfer program brings over 3000 animals to Boulder Valley giving them a second chance at a happy life. Our Behavior and Health team works tirelessly with over 55 other animal welfare agencies to provide transfer services for pets, while shelter, medical staff, and our dedicated volunteers ensure each of these animals have safe housing and the supportive care they need to start their new life. The Transfer program helps thousands of animals find their new homes and alleviates the resource constraints of our partner organizations. Whether these animals need spay and neuter services or seek complex behavioral support, each animal transferred to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley is given shelter, food, love and individualized care upon their arrival in Boulder.

HSBV’s Culture of Kindness extends to help animals in other communities receive love, care, and new beginnings. Each year, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s Transfer program brings over 3000 animals to Boulder Valley giving them a second chance at a happy life. The Behavior and Health team works tirelessly with over 55 other animal welfare agencies to provide transfer services for pets, while shelter, medical staff, and dedicated volunteers ensure each of these animals have safe housing and the supportive care they need to start their new life. The Transfer program helps thousands of animals find their new homes and alleviates the resource constraints of HS partner organizations. Whether these animals need spay and neuter services or seek complex behavioral support, each animal transferred to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley is given shelter, food, love and individualized care upon their arrival in Boulder.

Shelter Medecine Program

Shelter Medecine Program

Each of the 7,000 animals who come to HSBV annually is touched by our Shelter Medicine program, receiving critical care as soon as they arrive. Highly skilled veterinarians and medical staff work progressively and collaboratively with shelter staff, veterinary students and colleagues to support the needs of dogs, cats and small mammals, ranging from spay and neuter procedures to complicated orthopedic surgeries. The Shelter Medicine program provides lifesaving treatment for pets in need while supporting their transition into new families, including post-adoption services that continue to provide a pillar of support for pets and the people who love them.

Each of the 7,000 animals who come to HSBV annually is touched by our Shelter Medicine program, receiving critical care as soon as they arrive. Highly skilled veterinarians and medical staff work progressively and collaboratively with shelter staff, veterinary students and colleagues to support the needs of dogs, cats and small mammals, ranging from spay and neuter procedures to complicated orthopedic surgeries. The Shelter Medicine program provides lifesaving treatment for pets in need while supporting their transition into new families, including post-adoption services that continue to provide a pillar of support for pets and the people who love them.

Safety Net Program

Safety Net Program

Too often, families experience life-changing events, such as financial hardship, medical emergencies affecting their pets, personal emergencies, or natural disasters. Our dedication to keeping healthy relationships intact grows with the expansion of our Safety Net program, including our Veterinary SHARE program, Food SHARE program, Medical Access Fund, partnerships with local human services agencies, and disaster response and readiness on site and at Red Cross shelters. The Safety Net program is designed to provide animals with behavioral support, medical care, and emergency shelter, and serve as a true safety net for these pets and their committed families who find themselves in need.

Too often, families experience life-changing events, such as financial hardship, medical emergencies affecting their pets, personal emergencies, or natural disasters. Our dedication to keeping healthy relationships intact grows with the expansion of our Safety Net program, including our Veterinary SHARE program, Food SHARE program, Medical Access Fund, partnerships with local human services agencies, and disaster response and readiness on site and at Red Cross shelters. The Safety Net program is designed to provide animals with behavioral support, medical care, and emergency shelter, and serve as a true safety net for these pets and their committed families who find themselves in need.

Behavior Modification Program

Behavior Modification Program

The Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s innovative Behavior Modification program supports animals in need with its progressive behavior management, positive reinforcement philosophy and collaborative efforts supporting shelters locally and regionally. Our compassionate and talented Behavior and Training team works closely with our medical team, shelter staff and volunteers to provide animals experiencing fear and other sensitivities with the ability to learn and grow, helping each participant succeed in their future home or stay with their family in their current home. The Behavior Modification program changes the lives of more than 500 dogs, cats, and their guardians each year, helping the Humane Society of Boulder Valley promote even more healthy and happy relationships.

The Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s innovative Behavior Modification program supports animals in need with its progressive behavior management, positive reinforcement philosophy and collaborative efforts supporting shelters locally and regionally. Our compassionate and talented Behavior and Training team works closely with our medical team, shelter staff and volunteers to provide animals experiencing fear and other sensitivities with the ability to learn and grow, helping each participant succeed in their future home or stay with their family in their current home. The Behavior Modification program changes the lives of more than 500 dogs, cats, and their guardians each year, helping the Humane Society of Boulder Valley promote even more healthy and happy relationships.

WE BELIEVE IN GIVING BACK

WE BELIEVE IN GIVING BACK

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