Colorado Animal Rescue strongly encourages pet owners to always have a collar and identification tags on your dog or cat. Also, consider microchipping your pet for permanent identification. If your pet becomes lost within Garfield County, please use the resources listed below to help locate them.

Who to call if your pet is lost:

Please try to remember to call back and let these contacts know when your pet is home safely, thanks!

First contact your local shelters & rescues, outside area if appropriate

Colorado Animal Rescue 970-947-9173
Aspen Animal Shelter 970-544-0206
Eagle County Animal Services 970-328-DOGS
Mesa County Animal Services 970-242-4646
Friends of the Rifle Shelter 970-984-2579
Roice Hurst Humane Society 970-434-7337
Summit County Animal Shelter 970-668-3230

Radio Stations

KDNK 970-963-0139,  970-963-2976 (studio)
KMTS 970-945-9124
KSPN 970-925-5776

Police, Law Enforcement, Animal Control

Glenwood Springs 970-384-6500
Garfield County Sheriff 970-945-0453 M-F, 970-945-9151 Sa/Su
Rifle 970-625-2271
Carbondale 970-963-2662
New Castle 970-984-2302
Eagle County 970-328-DOGS
Summit County 970-668-3230
Parachute 970-285-7630
Aspen Animal Safety 970-920-5310
Mesa County 970-242-4646


Glenwood Springs Post Independent 970-945-8515
Aspen Daily News 970-925-2220

Help the animals in our care by donating to the shelter! Your gift, no matter how big or small, will improve the lives of homeless & abandoned animals within our community and beyond. Thanks so much for your support!

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