FRISCO, Colo. (KDVR) – A plea from the Summit County Animal Management and Shelter in Frisco – please convey a pet you may longer take care of to a shelter.
Summit County has had seven pets dumped and deserted in seven days. The pets have been all discovered thirsty and hungry close to dumpsters. Some have been sick, one pet was so sick he needed to be euthanized.
That pet’s littermate, Copper, did survive.
The puppies have been dumped within the Chipotle car parking zone in Silverthorne and have been despatched to a 24-hour emergency clinic in Denver. Copper will likely be up for adoption on the Summit County Animal Control and Shelter when he recuperates. Please go to the shelter or electronic mail the Summit County Animal Shelter at email@example.com for details about adoption.
It’s unlawful to desert a pet animal in Colorado. Many decisions can be found to securely relinquish a pet for his or her greatest likelihood of discovering a brand new dwelling.
In Summit County, undesirable pets will be dropped off on the Summit County Animal Management and Shelter from 9 a.m. to five p.m. Monday by Saturday. After Hours kennels and out of doors pens subsequent to the shelter (if it’s a bigger canine) are additionally out there.
The Petco in Dillon will take most small pet animals and rehome them, please name them upfront to verify they’ve room in your pet (970)-468-7519.
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