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Our purpose is to ensure low income pet parents and their companion or service animals remain together when issues arise.  The goal in doing so is to prevent at-risk animals from being surrendered or falling victim to euthanasia for treatable conditions and behaviors.

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These are just a few of the animals helped by Harley's Hope Foundation
via assistance with major veterinary care, behavioral training, or emergency foster care.
Chico is a 7 month old Chihuahua who underwent surgery earlier this week to treat a badly, broken leg. Chico lives with a young, single income family in Cortez, CO, including a 5 year old boy who loves Chico very much and was used to sleeping with the dog. Unfortunately, both dog and boy rolled out of bed in the middle of the night, with the child landing on the pup. According to mom, Cynovia, both were traumatized by the accident.

Daisy is 5 year old Lab who suffered a puncture wound to the chest. Initially, it was thought to be a bite wound from wildlife or another dog, but with the absence of fever, the attending veterinarian determined Daisy must have run into a tree branch. She underwent surgery to treat the wound, but has an excellent prognosis for full recovery.

Ewan is a 1 year old male kitty living in Cortez, Colorado with Aaron, his disabled partner in crime. Ewan suffered a dislocation of his right leg and, unfortunately, his hip socket was chipped making it impossible for the leg to stay in place. Per the veterinarian, "This will cause Ewan a lot of lifelong pain and complications unless the issue is corrected with surgery."

Major is a 1-1/2 year old mixed breed male who was thought to have immune mediated disease. He was originally treated in his home town of Walsenburg, but when he failed to respond to treatment, was transferred to Powers ER in the Springs. It was decided that Major was most likely bitten by a Brown Recluse Spider.

Living in Colorado can be an amazing experience for pet and pet owner.  The wide open spaces provide exercise opportunities, the many parks mean nearly endless exploration. It also, however, means we must be vigilant to changing weather conditions and the threats they present. Colorado‚Äôs weather means blizzards, tornados, and wildfires are all possible.  Ensuring your family is ready includes pet preparation.  It may not be possible to prepare for every single contingency, but a few simple steps can help make any disaster situation less stressful and easier to handle.

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Read Springtime Safety Tips
May 12th is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day.
Do you have a plan for your pets in case disaster strikes?