PetAid Colorado, a 501(c)(3), is the healthcare safety net for underprivileged pets and animals at risk.
Underprivileged and at-risk pets receive the healthcare they need and deserve to remain bonded with their human companions.
PetAid Colorado is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, created to support education, scholarship, and service programs that improve animal health and welfare in Colorado. The involvement of veterinarians makes PetAid unique, allowing it to make the broadest impact on animal health and to offer services and insights that no other group can.
PetAid Colorado is headquartered at the Harrison Center for Animals, where animal lovers of all ages and animal health professionals alike can broaden their understanding of veterinary medicine and celebrate the human-animal bond, and where animal-related organizations can more effectively share both ideas and resources.
Today, PetAid Colorado provides a safety net for all of Colorado’s animals. With diverse programs that seek to address an array of animal health and welfare issues, it serves as a consensus builder and a visionary organization ready to lead in the future.
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