If you're wondering how to save dogs' lives, visit Harmony Animal Matchmaker and Sanctuary. We're an animal rescue in Grand Junction, CO that is passionate about saving the lives of our furry friends.
We get a lot of questions from people wanting to adopt or help out with our cause. Here are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:
- Can I come play with the animals? Yes, absolutely! We love community involvement, and our dogs love making new friends. Even if you're not ready to adopt today, you're welcome to stop by and play with these lovable pups.
- What are your requirements for adoption? Our adoption process includes a short, one-page application, a 30-minute interview and a quick home visit to make sure the partnership will be a good fit for the animal.
- Is there any cost for adoption? The costs for adoption are minimal and vary, depending on the dog. Some dogs have sponsorships, so they have a lower cost. Contact us today to learn more.
- Do the dogs have vaccinations? Yes, all of our dogs are fully vaccinated, fixed and behavior-tested before they leave so you can get to loving your new best friend right away.
- Do you accept relinquishment (drop-offs)? We do accept relinquishments. We require that you bring any health or veterinary history along with the dog's belongings. Please contact us prior to dropping off the dog so that a representative can be present for your arrival to the facility.
- Is this a no-kill facility? Yes, we're a full no-kill facility. If any dog isn't adopted, we never euthanize them. We love our fur babies, and we'll continue to nurture them over the course of their lifetime. We rescue dogs from other facilities, and we'll only ever transfer our dogs to another no-kill animal rescue, if a transfer is necessary. Additionally, we work closely and are network partners with Best Friends Animal Society and the Mesa County Local Animal Control.
- How can I help? There are all sorts of ways you can get involved with Harmony Animal Matchmaker and Sanctuary in Grand Junction, CO. Follow the link to learn how to save dogs' lives.