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PetAid Colorado, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is deeply committed to keeping pets and people together, enriching communities by collaborating with veterinarians to provide animals with the medical services they need to remain bonded with their human companions.

We believe that all animals, regardless of their owner’s financial status, should have access to the veterinary care needed to prevent suffering and relinquishment. PetAid Colorado provides medical services to nearly 12,000 pets every year through three programs:

Veterinary services are subsidized and PetAid would not exist without the support of individuals, organizations, and veterinarians within our community

 

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Mission Statement: 
PetAid Colorado keeps pets and their people together by expanding access to quality veterinary care for those in need.

Vision Statement: 
All underprivileged pets receive the veterinary care they need to be healthy and to remain bonded with their human companions.

 

 

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PawPrints Newsletter

The PawPrints newsletter is printed and mailed twice a year. To receive PawPrints, email Meghan Burke at meghanburke@petaidcolorado.org to be added to our mailing list. To read the latest version of PawPrints, click here or on the cover image. To see previous editions, view our PawPrints archive.

PawPrints Extra e-Newsletter

PawPrints Extra is PetAid Colorado's monthly e-newsletter. Sign up below to stay up-to-date on upcoming events, news, client stories, and more! To see previous editions, view our e-newsletter archive.

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PawPrints Blog

Visit PetAid Colorado's blog to see the latest success stories, news, and happenings at PetAid Colorado!

2016 Financial Summary

Seventy cents of every dollar donors give goes to the medical care of animals throughout Colorado. We believe that all animals, regardless of their owner’s financial status, deserve the veterinary care needed to prevent animal suffering and relinquishment. For more information about our organization, please see the PetAid Colorado Annual Report.