Good Samaritan Pet Center

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Not quite ready for the long-term commitment of an adoption, but still interested in helping? No problem! We would love for you to consider making yours a foster home for one of our wonderful animals in need. As a foster parent, you get all the joy & companionship a four-legged friend brings to your life, plus the knowledge that you are helping to save the life of a very deserving animal! Call us at 303-333-2291 for information on how you can get involved in our foster program. To help our wonderful animals. Please visit our website and fill out an application. www.goodsamaritanpetcenter.org

Who We Are

Good Samaritan Pet Adoption Center, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit animal rescue organization that provides a “shelter alternative” for homeless animals through the Metro area. We are a network of foster parents who care for these animals until a permanent home can be found. Our mission is to promote healthy relationships between people and their pets. We strive to prevent animal abuse and abandonment and provide resources and support services to fulfill these goals. We are totally volunteer. All of our members are volunteer. There are no paid employees. We are not supported by taxes. All funding comes from donations from the public, and from fund raising activities. We do not make money from adoption fees. Adoption fees do NOT cover even the cost of advertising the pet, let alone vet care, etc.

Adopting a friend

ADOPTING A DOG - All applicants must complete a Good Samaritan Pet Center Adoption application that includes listing two references that the the Good Samaritan representative will contact. The adoption donation for adult dogs is $100. The adoption donation for puppies is $150. The adoption donation for senior dogs (7 years of age or older) is $75. The adoption donation includes the basic canine vaccination and the spay/neuter ( younger animals will be spayed or neutered at approximately 20 weeks of age) at Harrison Memorial Veterinary Hospital. Puppies will be dewormed and will have received a veterinary examination. All needed medical care is normally provided prior to adoption. ADOPTING A CAT - All applicants must complete a Good Samaritan Pet Center Adoption application that includes listing two references that the foster parent will contact. The adoption donation for adult cats is $50.00. The adoption donation for kittens (under nine months old) is $80.00. The adoption donation will be $95 if the kitten has had the second vaccination. The adoption donation includes the basic feline vaccination and the spay/neuter ( younger animals will be spayed or neutered at approximately 20 weeks of age) at Harrison Memorial Veterinary Hospital. Kittens will be dewormed and will have received a veterinary examination. All needed medical care is normally provided prior to adoption. Cats will be tested for FIV/felv.

Come Visit Us!

For complete information about our organization, please visit our home page at www.goodsamaritanpetcenter.org.. We are a network of foster parents so in order to visit an animal, you will need to call the contact number listed after the animal's description.


Good Samaritan Pet Center
Box 202005

Denver, CO 80220
Phone: (303) 333-2291

Email: Feedback@goodsamaritanpetcenter.org
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