Pet Health


Join Us for Doggie Dash 25

SAT., SEPT. 6 • 9 A.M.

A 5K Event at the Boulder Reservoir

Everyone agrees that Doggie Dash is just a ton of fun! But there is a more serious purpose behind this animal-friendly event—raising critical funds to support the animals at the Humane Society of Boulder Valley. So whether you’re running with your favorite four-legged friend or a group of two-legged friends, you can help us reach our goal of $100,000!

 


Grumpy Growlers

Training Class Spotlight:

This class is for dogs that bark, growl, or lunge when on-leash and in the presence of other dogs.

This specialty course run by two instructors is designed to provide you with the skills to manage and modify your dog’s current reaction to other dogs. We train in a safe, low-stress classroom environment to teach your dog alternative behaviors that are incompatible with reactivity and aggression.

Starts Wednesday, July 30, 2014: 7:00 - 8:00 pm and runs for 6 sessions

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How Your Dollars Help

Revenue generated by the Veterinary Clinic directly supports the mission of the Humane Society of Boulder Valley by funding health care for homeless and abused animals.

Your patronage of our Veterinary Clinic and Training Center, along with your generous financial donations help us raise vital funds that will make a world of difference to the thousands of homeless and abandoned animals in need who come through our doors each year.

Some of the animals we care for are abused, injured or neglected.  They come to us for medical care and behavior treatment to help them rebuild their trust in people. Many need immediate medical treatment and even surgery to survive. All of them arrive with the hope that we will heal them and prepare them for a better life.

Providing Expert Care

Our shelter medicine program provides veterinary care to homeless animals who come through our doors. From treating animals with broken bones or severe dental disease to battling a life-threatening virus such as Parvo or Distemper, our medical team works with shelter staff and volunteers to create a unique treatment plan for each animal. Whether it is for a few days or a few weeks, from simple to complex problems, we give the time and care needed to mend and heal these special pets. Our veterinarians not only treat disease and medical conditions, they also control and prevent diseases within the challenging and dynamic shelter environment.

Mending Bodies and Spirits

Our team of highly skilled veterinarians, clinicians and animal training and behavior counselors work side-by-side to give each and every animal the best possible care. We help them heal and build courage and strength. We mend their broken bones and shattered spirits. We give patience, care and protection when others have let them down. We teach them how to trust again. The cornerstones of our mission lie in our ability to dedicate resources to these programs which are the difference between a new life or an uncertain future.