PetAid is hosting an online diamond auction that will last until Tuesday, February 28 with final bids being accepted until 5:00 PM. This one-of-a-kind round and brilliant diamond has 0.91 carats and a strong blue fluorescence.
Lucy is a nine-year old Brittany Spaniel and the constant companion of Annie, who lives on disability insurance. “Lucy is my whole world,” Annie says. “With my disability, it’s really hard to even go outside or get around, and Lucy is the only company I keep on most days.” So imagine Annie’s fear when Lucy lost her appetite, began vomiting, and wasn’t acting like her usual energetic self.
Celebrating its 16th year, Mutts & Models is Denver’s premiere canine and celebrity fashion show, and will be taking place on Saturday, May 20 at the EXDO Event Center from 6:00 to 10:00 PM. Mutts & Models’ 2017 theme will be “The Bark and White Ball” and is inspired after Truman Capote’s legendary black-and-white dance.
Celebrate the joy that comes hand-in-hand (or hand-to-paw) with faithful companionship by honoring the pet, friend, or family member you love most with a tribute gift through PetAid Colorado. It is a significant opportunity to recognize those who have made a meaningful impact in your life while remembering the special animals and people who shaped who you are today.
Would your company like to help vulnerable pets at risk of suffering, relinquishment, and/or euthanasia? PetAid has created free kits highlighting our mission as the healthcare safety net for underprivileged pets.
We've all seen the adorable videos—an unsuspecting husband, wife, or child opens a present and, much to their surprise, out pops a puppy or kitten! While this is cute and fun, there are many things to consider before giving someone a pet as a present.
Winnie is a six-month old Collie mix who met her owner, Patty, at the local grocery store in Bennett. Winnie and her sister, Remmie, were up for adoption and Patty ended up bringing both puppies home. The playful and affectionate sisters quickly settled in and enjoy running around their home on the Eastern plains of Colorado while chasing rabbits and other critters. One day, before leaving for work, Patty called the pups to put them in their outdoor dog run, but only Remmie answered her call. By lunch break, Winnie had yet to be seen, and Patty began to worry.
For its seventh year running, Community First Foundation and FirstBank presented Colorado Gives Day on Tuesday, December 6. Donations made to PetAid specifically on December 6 increased the value of every dollar spent through the Colorado Gives Day Incentive Fund, and we are happy to report that PetAid supporters raised $33,000 with a record number of 311 donations on behalf of all of the animal companions who depend on our care.
PetAid is very lucky to have so many exceptional volunteers who donate their time and efforts to lend a helping hand to PetAid and its programs. We are pleased to recognize two volunteers in particular who have gone above and beyond this year—Bob and Sue Shalley, who are both loyal, longtime supporters of PetAid.
‘Tis the season for family, football, and, of course, food. And if you have pets, there’s one more thing you need to keep in mind this Turkey Day: while the cornucopia of tasty treats may be the highlight of your holiday, it could mean trouble for your furry friends.
PetAid Colorado is delighted to offer a holiday gift option for the pet lover on your list -- festive greeting cards from Buddha Dog Cards artist and creator Gretchen McArthur Roman. Ten greeting cards and matching envelopes are just $20.00, and all proceeds from each sale go directly to PetAid to further our efforts in keeping pets and people together.
Medusa is a bull terrier puppy who was brought to PetAid Animal Hospital after her owner, Martha, noticed that she was having trouble walking and was vomiting after meals. Martha had only adopted Medusa a few days earlier, but the two were already inseparable. “It was heartbreaking to see this little baby of mine, under my care, suddenly get so sick. I knew I had to help her as best I could.”
For its seventh year running, Community First Foundation and FirstBank will present Colorado Gives Day on Tuesday, December 6. This annual statewide movement celebrates and increases philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. Please keep PetAid Colorado in mind if you’d like to benefit underprivileged pets and animals in need.
By being aware of potential hazards, pet owners can make sure Halloween stays fun for the whole family and doesn’t turn into a real-life nightmare. Here are some tips to help keep your pets safe during the spookiest night of the year.
Join us on Tuesday, October 25th for “Pints for PetAid”, our first ever happy hour fundraiser at Jagged Mountain Brewery! Raise a glass to give back to pets who need your help most. For every beer purchased, $1 will be donated to PetAid Colorado to help us continue the lifesaving work we do through the Animal Hospital, Care Grants, and Community Outreach.
Because of Violet’s outgoing personality, her owner typically lets her roam outside to play with the other neighborhood cats, but one day, she came home with “what looked like a ribbon tied around her tail.” Upon closer inspection, it turns out that Violet’s tail was bloody and had been badly damaged with several centimeters of bone exposed.
An exam showed that Samson had swallowed one of his toys, and surgery would be required to remove it from his intestines. The cost of the surgery was well outside of his family's limited budget, and they weren't sure where to turn.
One day, while his owner, Mike, was cooking in the kitchen, Gregory the baby goat managed to unlock the front door and sneak out to graze in the front yard. His curiosity got the better of him, and as he headed down the road in search of more tasty greenery, he was accidentally hit by a neighbor's car.
The weather couldn’t have been better on Friday, August 12, when PetAid hosted its annual golf tournament at Park Hill Golf Club. About 75 participants came to support us while enjoying some much-needed fun in the sun, and to compete for the coveted first prize spot and trophy.
Karen started to worry when Simon, her sweet and gentle five-year-old Siamese cat, began running away from his food bowl. "I can't let Simon be in pain, and I can't allow it to get worse," Karen said. "But I live on such a low income, I didn't know what to do."
PetAid Colorado is pleased to announce it has received a $50,000 grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). These funds will support the Care Grants program, which provides medical assistance for underprivileged pets in rural and frontier counties of Colorado.
Trusty is a six-month old bloodhound puppy who was brought to PetAid Animal Hospital by his owner, Ruthie, and her grandson, Kip. They adopted him from a rescue shelter just two weeks before and while Trusty was overjoyed to have a new family to love him, his previous owner had crated poor Trusty for 24 hours a day and the grim after effects were starting to show.
Four staff members from a local Key Bank branch came to volunteer at PetAid Animal Hospital as a team bonding exercise. “We want to give back to the community as best we know,” stated one volunteer, “and what better way than through adorable animals?”