The Hopeful Hound
Is a licensed pet community and adoption center located in Aurora. The Hopeful Hound offers a safe place for rescues like CPR to meet with potential adoptive families. 
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© 2014 by Colorado Puppy Rescue. 

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A licensed, no-kill, non-profit rescue specializing in very young puppies and their mothers.
 

Email : info@coloradopuppy.org

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Colorado Puppy Rescue offers a wide range of volunteer positions. Foster home, Jr. and Adult volunteer programs require application approval and an orientation. We can not accommodate walk-ins or short term volunteers. If you require immediate community service hours for school or work, please see our Community Service section below.

Foster Homes

No Student/ Court Ordered Community Service Applicants Accepted.

No Court Ordered Community Service Applicants Accepted.

Must be over 18 years old.

Adult Volunteers

Fostering is a great way to have a temporary puppy. It's perfect for seniors, working/traveling adults, and families deciding if a puppy is the right pet for their family. Foster families usually pick up puppies on Wednesday evenings and care for them for a minimum of three nights or as long as one week. Some fosters choose to care for special needs puppies and may need to keep their pups for longer.

 

Colorado Puppy Rescue provides everything you need to take care of our puppies including a crate, food, toys and healthcare. For fosters who have served five or more times, we offer training classes in common puppy behaviors and health. Applicants are required to attend a foster orientation and have their home inspected prior to fostering their first puppy.

CPR has a wide range of opportunities for adult volunteers (over 18 years old) including:

  • Helping at our Wednesday puppy intakes,

  • Helping at Saturday and mid-week adoption events,

  • Serving on committees,

  • Helping with fundraisers,

  • Organizing and attending our reunion events,

  • Social media marketing,

  • Representing CPR at community events,

  • Photography and videography,

  • Asking for donations,

  • Community outreach,

  • Riding shot-gun on our runs to pick up puppies,

  • And more.

Community Service
Hours

No Court Ordered Community Service Applicants Accepted.

Do you need community service hours for school or work? Are you running out of time? Colorado Puppy Rescue does not provide shot-term volunteering opportunities but we have suggestions that will hopefully work for you and for our puppies.