Dumb Friends League expands services

Rendering of the new Dumb Friends San Luis Valley Animal Center

The Denver Dumb Friends League has set its sights on a new location, expanding and starting construction a few weeks ago in Alamosa, CO. The new Dumb Friends San Luis Valley Animal Center expects to rescue and care for 2,500 lost, stray and abandoned pets annually.

Not only will the Dumb Friends League expand their services to south-central Colorado, but they also have been busy reuniting owners and their pets after the chaotic Fourth of July weekend fireworks.

CBS Denver covers Denver Dumb Friends League efforts to reunite pets with owners

The Denver Dumb Friends League is utilizing Finding Rover, a website where individuals can upload pictures of missing or found pets in order to bring them back home.

Scott Reiman is an avid longtime supporter of the Denver Dumb Friends League. Without the compassionate support of community members like Reiman, it would not be able to expand, serve and care for so many animals.