IMHS, like our area in general, is going through some changes. Change is hard for most people. We try to embrace it and roll with it as opportunities for growth and learning but it doesn't mean it is easy. And for whatever reason in life, everything happens at once. You may have heard that we need a new animal adoption and transfer van--one that can handle the rigors of our roads and weather. We've had new staff, new leadership, new volunteers and board members all since Ap
New Shelter Manager Alysha Stein--please welcome her! Alysha Stein moved to the beautiful state of Colorado from Upstate New York in May of 2014. She has spent most of her career focused on her passion for the well being and care of animals. From volunteering at her local humane society as a teenager to managing a boarding kennel that also rescued kill-shelter dogs from New York City, it has been Alysha's goal from a very young age to better the lives of all animals. From the
IMHS Represent! I recently had the opportunity and privilege to represent IMHS at BlogPaws, a companion pet convention for bloggers, vets, social media and other experts in the pet industry. The benefits of this conference to IMHS are actually too numerous to list here, but I'd like to point out a key few to help better engage our volunteers and community. Networking: ALL of us are ambassadors for IMHS. If you are staff, volunteer, board member or even an infrequent donor to
Donate Pet Food the Easy Way with our local Business partner, Pine Country Feed.
Did you know that all of IMHS animal food is DONATED??!! It is true! And since we rely heavily on donated food we sometimes get things that we can't use. We only use really good quality food for cats and dogs, with limited ingredients, no fillers and no colors. If the food has multi-colors it is not good quality kibble s