Reclaiming Your Pet from Humane Society of Fremont County

Losing a lost pet can be stressful. Our Lost and Found page on Facebook . is a valuable resource for finding your pet as we post all strays as the come in. We reunite pets with their owners very often through this page. Really, more than any other method. So give the Facebook page a shot! Unidentified pets brought to the Humane Society of Fremont County are held for five (5) business days (excluding Sundays and holidays when the shelter is... Read More

A Last Resort

Please consider surrendering your pet to an animal shelter if all other options have been exhausted (see below). Separating your pet from his or her family and then leaving them in an animal shelter is highly stressful to pets. Some pets have a difficult time no longer being with their humans, so adjusting to life in a noisy and stressful environment like an animal shelter can be rather difficult on many pets.  We understand that sometimes an owner is not... Read More

Protect Your Pet From Contagious Diseases

The low cost pet vaccinations given at Humane Society of Fremont County help protect your pet from diseases, some of which can cause serious illness or possibly, death. All adopted animals from our shelter receive age appropriate pet vaccinations and deworming if needed. As the shelter does not have a veterinarian on staff, the shelter cannot administer rabies vaccinations. General Dewormer: $10Felines and canines get a variety of worms (intestinal parasites) including 7 strains of worms: roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms.... Read More

Identification For Your Pet

A pet microchip provides identification to an animal for life, helping to reunite you with your pet quickly. When an animal comes to Humane Society of Fremont County as a stray we immediately scan the animal for a microchip. If a chip is located, this means that the animal has owner information in the registry, so we are able to contact the owners immediately. All adoptions from our shelter include a pet microchip. We offer lifetime enrollment microchips for only... Read More

Spay or Neuter Your Pets!

Every adoption through Humane Society of Fremont County includes a free spay/neuter included with the cost of every adoption. Colorado law is clear; animal shelters can not release an animal unless it has been altered.  There are several medical and behavioral benefits to spaying (female) and neutering (male) your pets. This procedure will also help avoid more unwanted pets being born into world, since millions of healthy dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States each year. Being responsible... Read More

Community Pet Food

The Humane Society of Fremont County understands that people in Fremont & Custer County may struggle financially from time to time. For this reason we provide free pet food on an emergency and supplemental basis until you can get back onto your feet. Dur to several individuals abusing the community food program we have had to put procedures in place to ensure that we have enough food to serve those truly in need within our community, Fremont Humane requires that... Read More

We Are Not Able To Perform Euthanasia On-Site

We do not have a veterinarian on staff at Humane Society of Fremont County. For this reason, we are not able to perform euthanasia on the Humane Society premises. If a shelter owned animal requires euthanasia, we will transport that animal to our Vet's clinic where the euthanasia will take place under the guidance of a licensed Veterinarian.  If your companion animal is irremediably suffering we will accept the animal for euthanasia*, but since we will transport the animal to our... Read More

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