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Our Mission

        To educate and work to promote responsible rescue practices in our community. 
To support our local shelters.  
To support Educational programs.    
Promoting only responsible rescue, breeding, and boarding  practices in Colorado. 

Promoting Animal Welfare and humane treatment for our companion animals.  

We believe every breeder should be licensed in Colorado. 

All puppies and dogs must have a complete Vet examination prior to adoption. Dogs must be quarantined for sickness when they come from out of State into Colorado. 
We do not support inhumane treatment of any companion animal
whether a breeder, board and train, transporter, shelter or rescue. 

 

 We would like to see

our Rescue community educated and certified prior to being licensed.  


         Working  on common sense approaches in canine legislation. 


     A voice for the voiceless.   

        We support responsible breeders.

              We do not support large scale breeding or Pet Stores.   


We do not support Rescues that only supply puppies.  


Lastly, no one ever wants to Kill our companion animals in our Shelter's. 

 We must move forward in time and consider a new message. 


Our shelter's our the backbone of Colorado.

 Let's promote a new vision that engages and unites our communities to benefit the 

voiceless

We have enough division in our times.  Colorado has some of the most amazingly gifted leaders doing amazing work in Animal Welfare.

Let's celebrate our successes.


2020

Our goal for 2020 is to promote and support new legislation and education. 

To encourage PACFA to educate and visit more adoption events in our communities.  Our consumers and our industry must have access to enforcement actions by PACFA. 


The Consumer and industry must have easy access to serve them in doing business.  Colorado does not have protection or a lemon law for consumer Issues. 


 We look forward to up-incoming Stakeholders meetings dealing with sick and dangerous dogs coming into our state. 


 Lot's of new faces will be  joining the PACFA Advisory Board with new and fresh ideas. 

 We look forward to a progressive year in Animal Welfare for Colorado.  

Why are Rescue dogs sitting in boarding facilities and kenneled for long periods of time?


Here is the current goals published by PACFA for 2020 from their newsletter.


We will focus on establishing a robust educational component for PACFA licensees.

PRESENT

At the heart of this two-year improvement initiative is the SB19-158, which includes the nine recommendations from the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). These recommendations will make important improvements to the program. In particular, DORA’s recommendation to increase staff resources will allow PACFA to improve the current organizational structure of the program to address the rise in workload.


Currently, the organizational structure of the program is too horizontal, with one program manager responsible for the oversight of all facets of the PACFA program: licensing, inspections, budget, policy, industry outreach, etc. With additional resources, the master plan will be to reorganize the organizational structure by adding an additional inspector and establishing two new work units within the program:


 Inspections & Investigations Work Unit

 Licensing & Education Work Unit


Reorganizing the program into these two dedicated work units will allow PACFA to successfully address the steady rise in the workload, provide an addition level of oversight into the quality of PACFA inspections and investigations, and free up staff resources to implement the educational initiative described in this report.


Retail Rescue

Rescue: Saving a dog from danger or a distressing situation. An act of freeing from confinement, it also implies freedom from suffering.


Retail Rescue may be defined as the practice of procuring puppies and dogs, usually for little or no cost from shelters, owner surrenders, auctions or brokers. These animals are procured for the specific purpose of selling them for profit, with no regard for the health or welfare of the animal or the new owner. Hidden behind their emotional appeals you will find animals suffering.


Effective (10/2019 ) All Rescue and Shelter Dogs, including puppies must be altered prior to adoption. Our Colorado legislation continues to work on outstanding legislation. 35-80-164.4.


Lastly, large volumes of doggies will be moved through these organization and sickness is very prevalent.  


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Two Are Better Than One

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TEAM  Work

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TABTO 1st Stakeholders Meeting

* several of these rescues have closed 

*TABTO.ORG closed their 501c3  and does advocacy and a little fundraising in Colorado 


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Get in Touch

Address

7020 Arbutus St.

Arvada, CO  80004

Contact

(303) 944-8381
[email protected]

Hours

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