Then Come Back to Me - A Recall Class is the training class for you! Get your dog to come to you the first time you call and every time you call! This fun, specialized 45 minute class runs for 4 consecutive weeks and focuses on training recall games and building a strong Come Back to Me cue. Weather permitting, some classes may take place outside!
Next series begins on Sunday, June 2. Click here to register.
It's that time of the year where we will soon start to hear the pitter patter of little paws entering our shelter. As we enter into puppy and kitten season, we need your help! You can make a difference in the lives of these young animals by attending our virtual baby shower! Make a donation and visit our baby registry to donate essential items to help care for them while here at the shelter. Click here to make a donation. Click here to visit our baby shower registry.
The Humane Society of Boulder Valley is committed to meeting the needs of our human and animal clients through programs and services that help to build community through compassion, caring and understanding. Requests from the news media for background information and/or interviews should be directed to Lisa Pedersen at (303) 442-4030, ext. 629.
|May 13, 2013||USA Today's Semi-Annual Pet Guide Features a Quote From Humane Society of Boulder Valley CEO Lisa Pedersen in an Article About The Top Five Pet-Friendly Cities in America|
|May 06, 2013||The Boulder Daily Camera weekly "Companions" section features an article about the recent rise in rabies written by Humane Society of Boulder Valley Chief Clinic Veterinarian Jennifer Bolser||»Full Article|
|Apr 30, 2013||News Release: Humane Society Of Boulder Valley’s “Puttin’ On The Leash – Animals In Wonderland” 2013 Gala Event Raises $370,000 For Homeless Animals||»Read Release|
|Apr 06, 2013||Puttin' On The Leash - Animals in Wonderland is Featured in the Denver Post's "Pet Place" Section Highlighting Several Live Auction Items||»Full Article|
|Feb 04, 2013||Humane Society of Boulder Valley Behavior and Health Supervisor Maggie Schaefer provides tips on how to trim your pet's nails in the Boulder Daily Camera weekly "Companions" section||»Full Article|
|Jan 22, 2013||The Boulder Daily Camera weekly "Companions" section features an article about how to relieve your pet's cabin fever written by Humane Society of Boulder Valley Director of Shelter Services Bridgette Chesne||»Full Article|
|Jan 07, 2013||The Boulder Daily Camera weekly "Companions" section features an article about the benefits of crate training written by Humane Society of Boulder Valley Training and Behavior Consultant Allison Hartlage||»Full Article|