Honoring our Animal Shelters & Rescues
Our Lend a Helping Paw Program
Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology is proud to collaborate with many animal shelters and rescues in Colorado and surrounding states.
We know the challenge that everyone faces, when caring for pets who exhibit conditions that require a specialist. The diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease can be challenging for veterinarians. Many patients with an underlying neurological disorder present to their veterinarian with a variety of symptoms. Some common problems encompassed in the field of neurology are epilepsy, ruptured disks, spinal and head injuries, meningitis, neuromuscular disorders and cancer of the nervous system.
Diagnosing a specific neurological disorder may be very difficult at times. Our objectives are to obtain a complete health history of the patient, and perform a thorough physical examination. This will allow us to determine a diagnostic and therapeutic plan.
We recognize that shelters and rescues operate on limited funds, and to honor their contributions to our companion animals, we lend a paw and offer a discount to animal shelters and rescues (who bring in an official copy of their 501(c)(3) documentation).
Please forward this page to your favorite shelter and/or rescue to share with them our appreciation of their services to our community and veterinary care industry!
Thank You to These Animal Shelters
& Rescues for Working With Us!
Golden Retriever Freedom Rescue
Events & Causes Close to Our Hearts:
Financial Assistance Services for Pets:
- PawsCo spay and neuter, and pet food programs.
- Harley’s Hope Foundation created on the premise that no companion or service animal should suffer needlessly, and that the bond between human and animal should be preserved and protected in the face of life’s challenges.
- Steel City Alley Cats Coalition Trap-Neuter-Return services, food programs, spay and neuter.
- AnimalHaus strives to keep families together by assisting those who need help.
- Pets Forever Designed to help low-income elderly and disabled Larimer County residents maintain ownership of their pets for as long as possible.
- The Max Fund to care for MaxFund animals and offering the public a low-cost clinic to care for their animals. Also a no-kill shelter.
- Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital provides donor-subsidized veterinary services for pets owned by economically disadvantaged families and individuals.
- Colorado Animal Rescue of Glenwood Springs spay and neuter assistance.
- Volunteering opportunities through the Animal Humane Society.
- Fostering opportunities through the Animal Humane Society.
- Humane education programs, camps and experiences (for kids) through the Animal Humane Society.