Saving One Life at a Time
Our next clinic will be Sept. 14th from 9AM-3PM. It is first come first serve so make sure to come early!
Tuesday-Saturday: 11 a.m-6 p.m
Sunday:11 a.m-5 p.m
Closed on Mondays
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Roice-Hurst Humane Society is a non-profit shelter and adoption center providing care for homeless dogs and cats in Mesa County, CO, since 1963. As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity, we are funded by donations, service fees, and grants.Our Mission: To provide safety, shelter and care for homeless dogs and cats and place them in loving and "forever" homes.
We can't do it without your help, so please...
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Fostering a pet may not change the world, but it will certainly change the world for that one pet.
Jake was a 10-yr.-old Lab mix with an advanced case of heartworm. He was abandoned at a local boarding facility. Jake was the inspiration to create a fund to help all our pets who have extra-ordinary medical needs.
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a group of dedicated friends and supporters who sponsor a pet by donating a regular amount each month for the care of a chosen pet.
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Groups wanting to visit the shelter in order to view or play with our animals are limited in size.
Groups of children or adults with special needs are limited to 4 people, including at least one adult supervisor.
Groups must call ahead to schedule a tour at least 24 hours in advance.
The shelter environment, in the best of times, is stressful on the animals. The noise, the daily cleaning routines, and interactions with people and other animals can be stressful and can compromise an animal's health.
Too many people in a group can also turn an animal's stress into aggressive behavior. Our prime concern is to keep all our visitors safe.
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Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog
City Market has changed the program to "Community Rewards" and is requiring all former donors to the "City Market Cares" program to re-enroll in "Community Rewards."
If you were formerly signed up for the "City Market Cares" program, your donations are no longer valid.
City Market will donate 1% of your total grocery purchases to Roice-Hurst.
Every time you shop, you are helping to
"Save One Life At A Time"!
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IMPORTANT INFORMATON FOR ROICE-HURST SUPPORTERS!
Adopting a shelter pet is not only just the right thing to do, it's also a great bargain. All the benefits you receive by adopting adds up to a great value. The love, loyalty, and gratitude of a shelter pet is priceless.
There are times when the human/animal bond breaks or circumstances change and a guardian
The fact that you're thinking of adopting means you're on the right track. It's definitely the responsible, caring thing to do. Before you decide, here are some things to think over first... Read More
1. Older dogs are housetrained
2. Older dogs won't chew you shoes and furniture like puppies.
3. Older dogs can focus well, they've mellowed and learn quickly.
4. Older dogs have learned what "No" means.
5. Older dogs settle in easily because they've learned what it takes to get along well with others.
Each time you vote, you give Roice-Hurst Humane Society the opportunity to win a number of useful prizes, including monetary grants to help animals. This next round of the shelter challenge ends Sep. 21, 2014.
Mimi is a three year old Pit Bull mix. Mimi has many great attributes! To name a few she is highly intelligent, playful, and loving towards people and most dogs. Her ideal family would be someone who is able to take her on longs walks, hikes, or adventures on a daily basis. She will keep you quite content with her big happy smiles and sense for adventure.
The Roice Hurst Humane Society, Inc. is seeking an Executive Director for its shelter operation in Grand Junction, Colorado. RHHS Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, not-for-profit charitable organization, funded solely by individual and corporate donations, fees for services, and some grants. The organization has served the area for more than 50 years and is overseen by a volunteer board of nine directors whose varied experience and expertise includes small business ownership/management, accounting, financial planning, human resource training, government administration, media and marketing, and residential and commercial real estate sales and management. The shelter and adoption center is operated and managed by a dedicated staff of a dozen full- and part-time employees that includes a shelter operations manager, events coordinator, adoption counselors, and animal caregivers. Currently, 16 area veterinary clinics support Roice-Hurst through discounted fees for spay/neuter and/or medical care for our shelter pets. Letters of interest and resumes will be accepted through September 30, 2014. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the full job description below!