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Mission Statement

Established in 1993, Lifeline has adopted over 21,000 puppies to families in Denver and surrounding areas. Those puppies were rescued from all across the Rocky Mountain region, Kansas, Texas, and New Mexico. We are the largest and longest running puppy rescue in the state of Colorado and maybe the nation! Visit our website at www.lifelinepuppy.org Lifeline is a No-Kill Young Puppy Rescue: We rescue puppies under 16 weeks old, from high kill shelters or other rescue organizations that are not adequately prepared to care for or find proper homes for puppies.

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Established in 1993, Lifeline has adopted over 21,000 puppies to families in Denver and surrounding areas. Those puppies were rescued from all across the Rocky Mountain region, Kansas, Texas, and New Mexico. We are the largest and longest running puppy rescue in the state of Colorado and maybe the nation! Visit our website at www.lifelinepuppy.org Lifeline is a No-Kill Young Puppy Rescue: We rescue puppies under 16 weeks old, from high kill shelters or other rescue organizations that are not adequately prepared to care for or find proper homes for puppies.

Lifeline is a 501(c)(3) organization, and survives based entirely on the dedication of its volunteers, donations, and adoption fees. The expenses for running the rescue are very large - travel to other towns to collect the puppies, vaccinations, medical care (babies can get sick), space to house the puppies during their stay with us, and the standard office expenses.

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http://www.lifelinepuppy.org

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