Five-year-old Maizey is an outgoing and social kitty who loves to cuddle! Maizey would be a wonderful companion as she likes to be in on what’s happening around her and loves to chat with her people. Come in for a visit with the lovely Miss Maizey today!
City of Longmont Pet Licenses Now Available
2019 City of Longmont pet licenses are now available online at www.longmonthumane.org<http://www.longmonthumane.org>. Licenses can also be purchased at a number of convenient locations around Longmont including Boz’s Place, the LHS retail store. Fees for licenses are $15 for spayed and neutered dogs, cats and pot bellied pigs and $25 for unaltered pets.
For more information about City of Longmont pet license laws, fees and where they can be purchased, please visit www.longmonthumane.org<http://www.longmonthumane.org>.
January is National Train Your Dog Month
Did you and your dog make a resolution to get to know each other better this year? Invest in a more fulfilling relationship with your canine companion and learn something new together this year! The LHS Public Training Program offers group dog training classes for every level of experience from Superstar Puppy Obedience Foundation to our A+ A.C.E.S class. Check out our two-week clinics for people with busy schedules!
Please visit www.longmonthumane.org<http://www.longmonthumane.org> or contact us at 303-772-1232 x270 for additional information and registration details.
Visit the Longmont Humane Society Thrift Store!
Gather your unwanted, gently used items and let them do a world of good for the animals in our community at the LHS Thrift Store. Your donations of items such as clean clothing and shoes, furniture, small appliances, books and artwork become much needed revenue for the animals of LHS. Conveniently located in the Parkway Plaza Shopping Center, 700 Ken Pratt Parkway, Suite 216 in Longmont.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Friday:10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Donations Accepted: Thursday & Saturday – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
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