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Mission Statement

It was estimated that 6,000-7,000 dogs were euthanized in participating Denver animal shelters in 2006. Colorado Canine Rescue will rescue dogs slated to be euthanized. In prioritizing dogs to be rescued, dogs most likely to be adoptable will come first. Colorado Canine Rescue will provide rescued dogs with individualized plans to prepare them for adoption. Potential adoptive families will be screened carefully, counseled and provided training. Follow-up will be a key component referring adoptive families to appropriate training or activities.

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Colorado Canine Rescue (CCR) is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation incorporated on August 8, 2008. Our volunteers rescue dogs from local animal shelters where they are placed in temporary foster homes. Here they receive all of the medical care, obedience, and rehabilitation they need to be adopted into permanent homes.

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http://www.coloradocaninerescue.org

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