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UPDATED  11/28/2017 minor font changes; 11/24/2014 ANIMAL ISSUES Shelters, Adoption Centers, Rescue In the Regional Southwest of the Four Corners and Vicinity Durango, Colorado & Vicinity (Archuleta, La Plata, Montezuma  Counties)   Cortez     Durango    Pagosa Springs Farmington, New Mexico & Vicinity (San Juan County)   Aztec   Bloomfield   Farmington Salt Lake City, Utah & Vicinity   Salt Lake City See Also Wolf Sanctuaries Animal Resources ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DURANGO, COLORADO AND VICINITY CORTEZ City of Cortez Animal Shelter 2791 E Main Cortez, CO (970)565-4910 http://www.cityofcortez.com/government/animal_shelter DURANGO Annie’s K-9 Orphans http://www.anniesk9orphans.org/ Buck’n-R-Ranch Animal Rescue, Inc Facilities: Hesperus Animal Intake Facility Franktown Animal Rehabilitation and Training Facility (Go to their website for complete information on all of their services and facilities.) Effective November 1, 2012 Buck’n-R-Ranch Animal Rescue, Inc. (aka BRRARI) will be moving the administrative office from the current location on 3701 Main Ave, Suite 107, Durango, CO to the Franktown Facility located in the Castle Rock, CO area. http://www.brrari.org/ Durango Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (970)259-3886 https://plus.google.com/100969780640925989284/about?gl=us&hl=en Humane Society of La Plata County 1111 S. Camino Del Rio Durango, CO 81303 (970)259-2847 http://www.lpchumanesociety.org/ PAGOSA SPRINGS Humane Society of Pagosa Springs Inc Main Location: 465 Colman Blvd. (970)731-4771 Administrative Office: 269 Pagosa St (970)264-5549 http://www.humanesocietyofpagosasprings.org/new_main.htm Pagosa Animal Advocates Pagosa Springs, CO (970)903-2500 http://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/79020.html Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park 5 Mi S Hwy 84 Pagosa Springs, CO (970)264-4515 The Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park is a privately owned facility in operation since 1986. Our purpose is to educate people about native Colorado wildlife and provide an opportunity to see these beautiful animals up close in natural habitats. http://www.rmwildlifepark.org/html/about.html FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO AND VICINITY AZTEC Aztec Animal Shelter 825 Sabena St. Aztec, NM 87410 (505) 334-6819 Email:troper@aztecnm.gov http://www.aztecnm.gov/animal/shelter.htm BLOOMFIELD Bloomfield Animal Shelter 915 N. 1st St. Bloomfield, New Mexico 87413 (505)632-6311 http://www.animalshelter.org/shelters/Bloomfield_Animal_Shelter__Sheriffs_Department_rId3178_rS_pC.html FARMINGTON El Dorado Animal Sanctuary 508 W Maple Farmington, NM (505)325-7760 Farmington Animal Shelter 1395 S. Lake Farmington, NM 87401 (505)599-1098 http://www.fmtn.org/city_government/parks_recreation_and_cultural_affairs/1397/animal_shelter.html see note below in particular about the abuses of euthanasia (putting animals to sleep) - one recent occurrence at this shelter is found in a newspaper article listed below Four Corners Equine Rescue 22 CR 3334 Aztec, NM  87410 (505)334-7220 debbie@fourcornersequinerescue.org San Juan Animal League (505)325-3366 UTAH Salt Lake City Best Friends Utah http://www.utahpets.org/nmhcms/#.UySjgPldWSo
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