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 closed). After the five day period has expired, by ordinance, ownership of a pet reverts to the shelter. Also... Read The Rest

Fremont and Custer County
Please consider surrendering your pet to an animal shelter if all other options have been exhausted. 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 able to continue caring for their pet. So, if you need to find a new home for your pet, the best thing you... Read The Rest

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: $12Felines and canines get a variety of worms (intestinal parasites) including 7 strains of worms: roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. Worms, or worm segments, can be present in your pet’s stool or vomit and some can potentially infect the human members... Read The Rest

Identification For Your Pet
A pet microchip is a valuable tool for ensuring that your furry friend is quickly reunited with you if they become lost. At the Humane Society of Fremont County, we recognize the importance of this technology, which is why we offer affordable and accessible pet microchipping services to our community. When an animal arrives at our shelter as a stray, we immediately scan the animal for a microchip. If a chip is found, we are able to contact the owner and reunite them with their pet. To help ensure that every pet is protected, we include a pet microchip with every... Read The Rest

Procedure Included For All Adopted Pets
At the Humane Society of Fremont County, we are committed to helping reduce the number of unwanted animals in our community. That's why we include a free spay/neuter procedure with the cost of every adoption. This service is not only required by Colorado law, but it also has numerous medical and behavioral benefits for your furry friend. Spaying (for females) and neutering (for males) your pets can help prevent a range of health issues, such as reproductive cancers, infections, and other conditions. In addition to these health benefits, spaying and neutering can also help reduce certain behavioral issues, such as aggression,... Read The Rest

Myron "Smitty" Smith Community Pet Food Program
At the Humane Society of Fremont County, we understand that financial challenges can arise, making it difficult to provide for your beloved pets. To help ensure that every pet has access to essential nutrition, we offer free pet food on an emergency and supplemental basis until you are able to get back on your feet. To ensure that our resources are being used to assist those who truly need them, we have implemented specific policies and procedures for our Community Food Program. All participants in the program are required to show proof of vaccinations for each animal in their home and... Read The Rest

We Are Not Able To Perform Euthanasia
Pet cremation services are an important option for pet owners who want to say goodbye to their beloved animal companions in a meaningful way. At the Humane Society of Fremont County, we offer pet cremation services to help families honor their pets in a dignified and respectful manner. Pet cremation involves the use of high heat to transform the remains of a pet into ashes. The ashes can then be returned to the owner, scattered in a favorite location, or used to create a memorial keepsake. The process of pet cremation is carried out with the utmost care and respect to... Read The Rest

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