Boulder Home Source would like to introduce you to our "Pets of the Month" at the Longmont Humane Society. All the animals featured in this blog are available for adoption. Please call the Longmont Humane Society to learn more about each pet.
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written by Cyndy-Hinkelman-Smith
"DOGS ARE NOT OUR WHOLE LIVES BUT THEY SOMEHOW MAKE OUR LIVES WHOLE."
Growing up in Boulder my family adopted dogs from the Humane Society in Boulder so when I finally decided it was time to get a dog as an adult I naturally adopted from HSBV. It was love at first site, or sit, when I first met Romeo. Many folks say that dogs pick you like Romeo did when he sat on my foot and captured my heart at our first encounter, and I completely agree. A week after adopting Romeo I met my husband, Greg, who had the sweetest Rottweiler named Lexie, and we soon became one big happy "blended" family. We both loved canines so much that we decided if we weren't able to have kids, we adopt lots of dogs. Lucky for us, a human child…
We are fortunate enough to be able to provide our children with buckets of LEGOs and more American Dolls than I'm willing to admit. When it came time for my twin's 8th birthday I gave them a choice. They could have 8 friends each at their Slackline party in our backyard and accept gifts or they could invite as many as they wanted (within reason!) and accept donations for the charity of their choice.
One of my prouder mommy moments...they chose their friends and Boulder Human Society over birthday presents. This is only made more impressive by the fact they agreed! We've adopted several of our pets from Boulder Humane Society and randomly visit the cats and dogs there just because we can. It was a natural choice for them.
Let's be honest, most…
Written by guest blogger Jenna Aragon
Dear Sophie & Phoebe,
When we adopted you several years ago, we may have rescued you from a lonely existence or a terrifying fate, but you also rescued us. Inviting you into our family was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. You have improved the quality of our lives in so many surprising and special ways. The love that you bring to our family is brilliant and your companionship over the years has been a tremendous source of joy. We treat you “like family” because you are family.
Though this list is surely endless, here are just ten of the gifts you continue to share with us:
- Love. With all of our human strengths and challenges, you still manage to love us unconditionally.
BoulderHomeSource supports local animal shelters like Boulder Humane Society. We would love to share your story of rescue. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your furry rescue story.
This story comes from BoulderHomeSource agent Barb Passalacaqua. Barb volunteers weekly at the Boulder Humane Society and has great ideas for successfully showing homes with pets.
"As a long time, committed volunteer if Boulder Valley Humane Society, I help take care of all of the wonderful dogs who are up for adoption every week.
One day I walked a dog who was a mess: he was an 8 year old obese Chocolate Lab who was recovering from kennel cough, ear infections and a tick infestation. Even with all these problems, he was incredibly sweet and had a
What a peculiar name your original owners gave you. You have all the majesty your 100-pound Siberian Husky self commands, yet you are a love sponge whose bucket is never full, a living stuffed animal.
On the day we met, a dusty sky hung over the Rocky Mountains reminding my husband and I of the overwhelming grief we felt for our first Siberian who’d passed only a week earlier. As we entered the rescue yard, 20 Huskies bounded toward us while you quietly sidled up, sat down next to my feet and leaned into my legs as if to say,“I pick you.”
We put you and your equally sized sister, who you would not leave without, into the back of our little Subaru and made the drive back to our condo in Boulder. (YES, condo!) You looked like a…
Boulder loves dogs. The average stay for a dog at the Boulder Humane Society is seven days. Cats have a little harder time finding their adoptive families with average a stay of 13 days. Older animals and those with dark coats tend to stay a bit longer. Older animals however are often house trained, past the chewing phase and tend to have more gentle demeanors. There are many full-breed pets looking for a good home.
Meet Charlie. Charles would love to find a peaceful family environment where he can relax and unwind. Affectionate once he feels safe and secure, you'll be delighted when he chooses you! Drop by the Boulder Humane Society at 2323 55th Street, Boulder CO 80301 and take a chance on loving this sweet boy!
Puttin’ on the Leash is the Boulder Humane Society’s annual fundraiser. This year’s theme is super heroes, which means a four-legged fashion show of super pups is in the making. The event will be held at the Coors Event Center, University of Colorado Boulder campus, April 26th at 6pm.
General admission is $65. This may not get you a seat at a table, but it gets you in the door for all the fun. Start off by tasting and sipping on some of Boulder’s finest. You will find food from 20 local restaurants and caterers with plenty of local beer and wine selections to quench your thirst. As you finish off that beer, make your rounds at the silent auction. Browse through over 600 items graciously donated by area companies to support our four-legged friends…