Cambry is a sporty little thing with her white tank top and her white ankle socks on each of her paws. This cheeky, spunky girl is approx 8-10 weeks old and is looking for her forever family. She’s an Aussie mix, so she’s ready to move!
My daughter and I have been volunteering with Mile High since its beginning, mostly driving the rescue van to NM to help with transports. We connect with other rescue partners, helping these dogs get to CO and then to foster homes, vet care, and their forever homes. We get to spend time together and feel good about helping the pups.
MHCR understands the rescue is only a slice of life for a volunteer and they wholeheartedly accept anything you can offer. No matter how small you think your part is, they make sure you know you're appreciated.
I have volunteered with multiple rescues over the years. Mile High Canine Rescue is by far the best. Their communication is outstanding and other volunteers are always available to answer any questions and offer guidance.
High quality, high volume spay and neuter is the best way to address the animal welfare crisis, and I’m so grateful to MHCR for sponsoring these clinics and giving me the opportunity to volunteer at them.
Fostering feeds my soul. I love to see these dogs change from shelter dogs to rescued to loved and ready for their forever homes.
It is hard to describe the joy you experience when you see a dog who has had a difficult start learn to become part of a family and see their true, happy self come alive.
Fostering for MHCR has filled a part in my life I didn’t even realize was missing. Loving on these babies until the right family comes along is one of the most rewarding aspects of my life.
MHCR does the best job at supporting their fosters, because they foster too. They do their best to get supplies to foster homes to cut down on out-of-pocket costs for foster families. They take requests for supplies and follow through every way they can. They're always open to communication and no question is too weird, stupid, or off-the-wall.