Thank Yous

SPECIAL THANK YOU
Chihuahua & Small Dog Rescue, Inc., would like to thank the following organizations for the generosity and kindness in providing grant funds for our furry friends.
With their help we were able to spay/neuter more little ones, take in more severely injured and also obtain much needed supplies for our furry friends.

Louise C. Harrison founded the Animal Assistance Foundation (AAF) in 1975. Her goal was to prevent cruelty to domestic animals. In the years before the establishment of the Foundation, Ms. Harrison made significant donations to several animal care organizations. The idea for AAF itself began in the mid 1960s when she directed her attorney, “Take care of my animals.” To learn more about Animal Assistance Foundation please visit their website at www.aaf-fd.org
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Through no fault of their own, more than four million dogs end up in shelters and breed rescue organizations every year, and nearly half of them never find a place to call home. Our mission is to help those dogs by providing grants to 501(c)(3) shelters and rescue groups-and by encouraging dog adoption. To learn more about The Pedigree Foundation please visit their website at www.pedigreefoundation.org

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Thank you Petco Foundation for you wonderful support to us. In the past years the Petco Foundation has donated to Chihuahua & Small Dog Rescue through in store programs like Tree of Hope, Spring A Pet and Round up. In 2016 the Petco Foundation honored us with a grant of $5,000 which went to the medical care of the small dogs that came into our care. The Petco Foundations has been a huge supporter that we so grateful that they are a partner with us. To learn more about Petco
Foundation please visit their website at http://www.petco.com and click on the link Petco Foundation.
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Thank you Century Link for making donations to Chihuahua & Small Dog Rescue in the name of your employees who volunteer with us.    Your donations help our little ones with their medical needs.
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The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund (CPOF) was created by the State legislature in 2001 to curb pet overpopulation and reduce euthanasia of surplus, unwanted or abandoned dogs and cats.  Thanks to Colorado’s concerned citizens who contribute to this
effort, CPOF is able to make grants to local programs that reduce pet overpopulation in underserved areas of our state. With funding from CPOF, animal care and control organizations and veterinarians are working together to reduce unwanted litters of puppies and
kittens.
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Haunted Mines
We are an all-volunteer charitable organization that raises money for the Western Museum of Mining and Industry and other local charities. We do this by producing a professional, thrilling Halloween event for our community’s enjoyment. We teach our volunteers valuable skills that they put to use at our events and carry with them into their adult lives.

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