We have a new Adoption Center!
We are proud to announce our new partnership with PetcoLove and our first ever permanent adoption center.
Location: 4100 E. Mexico Ave.
Denver, CO 80222
Hours: Adoption visits are currently Wednesday through Saturday
by appointment only.
Checkout the full announcement here.
Since 2010 RMPR has successfully rescued, vetted and re-homed over 11,000 animals and we are still going strong!
Rocky Mountain Puppy Rescue is a licensed non-profit animal welfare organization whose mission is to save unwanted puppies, adult dogs, and cats from being euthanized in overcrowded kill shelters. We transfer, spay, neuter, and place these animals in our Colorado foster network until they are ready for adoption to their forever homes. The benefits of a foster home are tremendous, we provide the socialization that these animals cannot experience in a traditional shelter setting, enabling them to grow into balanced animals that will thrive in their forever homes.
We promote our animal welfare organization through our public adoption events, and benefit New Mexico communities with our SPAY IT FORWARD program that provides life saving vaccines and spay and neuter services. Since 2012 we have spayed/neutered over 4,000 dogs and cats in our public Spay Program. In addition to these programs, we provide donated food to areas in need through our food network connections and educate the public about the need for spaying and neutering of their pets, proper exercise, feeding, grooming, and training.
2024 Calendar Contest
Welcome to Rocky Mountain Puppy Rescue’s 2024 Calendar Contest! Here’s your opportunity to see your special pet featured in our Calendar! You and your friends and family’s participation will support Rocky Mountain Puppy Rescue and its mission to RESCUE, FOSTER, REHOME, REPEAT. Together we can save more lives!
Meet Clementine aka Lefty (white)
RMPR spends between
$10K and $12K
every month on veterinary costs
enter each year
This is the number we as a rescue focus on
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Our foster network is the lifeblood of the rescue. Fosters allow us to bring dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in surrounding states to find forever homes here in Colorado. Please consider opening your home to help animals in desperate need.
You can learn more information about fostering
on our Fosters page.
Can't foster? Please consider making a donation.