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April 2018
H A R L E Y ' S   H E R A L D    
"No one is useless in this
     world who lightens the
burden of another.
- Charles Dickens
Happy Tails!

Do you know what dangers are lurking in your backyard?  Crystal, who lives in Walsenburg, certainly didn't! Her pup, Major, is a 1-1/2 year old mixed breed male who was initially thought to have immune mediated disease. He was originally treated in his home town, but when he failed to respond to treatment, was transferred to Powers ER in the Springs. It was decided that Major was most likely bitten by a Brown Recluse Spider.

He was stabilized then transferred to Bijou Animal Hospital where he underwent surgery to debride the dead and dying skin on his chest. Major lives with Crystal and her boyfriend, who barely make ends meet on entry level jobs. They adore the young pup and needed help to save his life. Major's prognosis for a full recovery is very good and we are so grateful we were in a position to help, thanks, of course, to our donors!
Director's Notes
Easter Danger!

April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month. Most would define cruelty as hitting, kicking, starving an animal or leaving them tied up outside, but when does neglect cross the line into cruelty?

Harley's Hope Foundation deals with people facing challenges that affect them and their companion or service animals. Often financial restrictions are given as a reason for not providing routine veterinary care to their pets.  When they come to us, their pet may be suffering from severe dental disease, out-of-control diabetes, or other chronic conditions that we consider preventable and don't cover... Continue Reading



Commitment for Life - Shontel Moulton


According to the ASPCAeach year approximately 6.5 million pets end up in shelters across the United States.  Some of these animals are strays, some have been rescued from abusive or neglectful situations, but many are surrendered by owners who cannot care for them due to financial stressors, behavioral problems, or other unforeseen circumstances.  Owning a pet is a commitment, yet many people adopt with little thought... Continue Reading

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