Every animal adopted from C.A.R.E. has been implanted with a microchip and registration is included with the adoption fee. C.A.R.E. also provides microchip services to the general public. Microchips are $30, which includes the initial registration & implant. To make an appointment to have your furry friend microchipped, please contact us!
For more information regarding microchips, please visit the American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s informative FAQ page.
Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet? Spaying or neutering helps your pet live a longer, healthier life. By having your pet spayed or neutered you are also helping to reduce the number of animals that enter the shelter.
Colorado Animal Rescue is committed to ending overpopulation by promoting responsible pet ownership within our community.
C.A.R.E. offers $50 vouchers toward the cost of any spay/neuter. To be eligible for a voucher, you must be a resident of Garfield County and have an appointment scheduled with your local veterinarian (also within Garfield County).
Need a voucher? Please call our office at 970-947-9173 or email us.
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Colorado Animal Rescue recommends contacting your veterinarian to get a basic breakdown of vaccines and vaccine schedules. We vaccinate all adoptable animals and each animal is up-to-date on all vaccines before leaving the shelter. If you need to have your pet vaccinated and need a low-cost option, please contact the resources below.
Low-Cost Vaccine Clinics are offered various times each year at the locations listed below.
- PetCo Glenwood Springs | 970-945-1527
- Tractor Supply Glenwood Springs | 970-945-5444
- Garfield County Sheriff’s Office | 970-947-0453
**If you recently adopted and need a copy of your pet’s vaccine record, please submit a request via email to [email protected].
Medical Care Costs
There are resources available to families struggling to cover the costs associated with recent inquires or medical emergencies.
Care Credit: https://www.carecredit.com