Longmont Humane Society stands out among animal shelters in our unwavering commitment to the holistic well-being of every furry resident – we do not euthanize for space or behavior issues, except in very extreme cases – over 98% of all animals who enter our care find their way into happy, loving homes, (well over the national average of 50%). At the heart of our mission lie dedicated and passionate Animal Welfare and Behavior Modification teams, driven by the belief that every animal deserves a second chance and a loving home.

Our unique approach goes beyond providing food and shelter. We understand that each animal comes with a unique story, personality, and sometimes, challenges. Our team of experts specializes in understanding animal behavior, creating tailored training and enrichment plans, and nurturing the emotional and psychological needs of our furry friends.

Your support of the Longmont Humane Society profoundly impacts thousands of dogs, cats, and other critters each year right here in our community. Since most of our operational funding comes directly from donors like you, we rely on your generosity to provide critical programs and services for pets in need.

Our commitment to creating well-adjusted and adoptable animals has earned recognition both locally and beyond. We receive hundreds of requests from regional and national animal shelters to transfer their difficult cases into our care, and when space allows, we gladly welcome them. Many shelters also seek our guidance and training methods, recognizing Longmont Humane Society as a beacon of knowledge and innovation.

The majority of our operational funding comes directly from donors. As a not-for-profit organization, all gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Our Tax ID# 84-0645455. We are a 501 (c)(3) organization and our policy is to never sell, rent or trade our donors’ personal information to any other entity. Give with confidence! Longmont Humane Society has the highest rating on Charity Navigator and GuideStar.