Now you can get your pet’s license online!
A new license is required every year
“Forever improving the lives of animals in our community.”
SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, March 30
TCRAS is so honored to have received a $7,500 investment from the Petco Foundation to help extend our efforts and serve the Petco Foundation’s mission to raise the quality of life for pets and people who love and need them. This Lifesaving Investment grant helps pay for the care that an animal needs to be ready for their forever home including: vaccinations, spay and neuter surgeries and necessary medical treatment. Thank you Petco Foundation!! We appreciate you helping us in our mission to continue “Forever improving the lives of animals in our community.”
Hours: Weekdays: 10 am – 5 pm
Sat: 10 am – 4 pm
We will be closed on Sundays beginning November 4th
Physical address: 308 Weaverville Rd., Divide, CO 80814
(behind the sheriff’s office in Divide)
To mail a donation / other:
PO Box 904, Divide, CO 80814
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Please donate to our Mighty Medical Fund! Because of generous donations from people like you, this year TCRAS has helped animals that needed amputations, heart surgery, neonatal care plus several that needed extensive treatment for injuries and illnesses. Please help us help even more animals in need throughout the Pikes Peak region!
The Brewing Science Institute has 5 gallon, food grade buckets with lids, ON SALE for only $1 each!
All proceeds from these sales will be donated to TCRAS!
Call Cori Maldonado at 719-482-4895, ext. 4, to reserve your buckets and for directions to their new facility. Thanks!
B.S.I. is located at 106 Glen Dale Drive, Woodland Park
We would like to send out a huge thank you to the Banfield Foundation for supporting TCRAS with a generous grant for The Paw in Hand Behavior Modification Program!
This grant is unique in that it supports families that are struggling with a furry family member’s challenging behavior and feel that surrendering their pet is the only option available. This program is open to Teller County residents and their companion pet, even if the cat or dog was not adopted from TCRAS. The Paw in Hand Program will help keep more pets in their homes, reducing returns and surrenders to the shelter and creating a positive solution for everyone involved.
To qualify for the program, pet owners will meet with a TCRAS staff member to discuss their unique situation. If it is determined that this program would be beneficial for the family, we will work with them to find them the right Training or Behavior Specialist specialist to help with the challenging behavior.
At TCRAS, we are committed to “Forever improving the lives of animals in our community” and we so appreciate the Banfield Foundation for supporting us in this important mission.
Do you want to help, but not sure how?
TCRAS is looking for volunteers! There are so many ways to help! Cats! Dogs! Events! Fairs and Events in Colorado Springs!
Please click HERE to learn more!
And CLICK HERE for a wonderful resource from Aging In Place with lots of great info on how and why senior citizens benefit from volunteering.