Pets 4 People is a proud Colorado 501C 3 Non Profit Charity that stemmed from North Metro Animal Hospital: Colorado's first 24 hour Veterinary Hospital opened in 1971. Over the past 5 decades, the organization has assisted impoverished people and pets totalling into the millions. Recently the organization has suffered the loss of Denver's famous Veterinarian, Dr Edward A Garcia aka the Patron Saint of Pets. Please see our Go Find Me / Memorial page and photos of his last years in practice here:

FALL 2018: Please assist us in sponsoring the Colorado Puppy Rescue & Pets 4 People's Young Ambassador's Program

Our Youth of today will become the Animal Welfare Warriors of tomorrow

The Colorado Puppy Rescue & Pets 4 People are two CO 501(C)3 Non-Profit Organizations that are collaborating to bring a new learning experience opportunity for Colorado youths that will enlighten them to the current social and environmental changes needed to protect all animals and the direct impact it will have in the world they will inherit. Our organizations will bring about awareness of the overpopulation problem surrounding a four state region specifically dedicated to the knowledge and hands on training in:

The four month training course will offer each Youth Ambassador a lifelong positive perspective towards the important bond between animals and humans with emphasis on coexistence in our ever changing world - all while learning advocacy laws in a fun filled environment to create a better tomorrow.

The Youth Ambassador Program: LOVE for our animals and our earth!

What YAP Does: The Young Ambassador's Program or YAP is a youth program is unique as it is dedicated to mentoring K-12 youths and offering an earned certificate in a wide range of animal welfare and entrepreneurial activities. The emphasis will be in the expression and education in animal agricultural, welfare and the complexities of the veterinary industry. The program seeks to create our future animal and planet advocates through animal therapy, rescue and re-homing efforts, comprehensive veterinary facilities and retail animal organizations. combined with a wide array of community service involvement.

Why YAP needs funding: The purpose YAP is to provide comprehensive youth development curriculum focusing on successfully connecting and engaging youth with a hands-on certificate awarded participation program. The program will be a stepping stone to launch them in pursuing secondary education and/or employment in the animal industry. YAP is the rocky mountain region's most engaging program where youths from all walks of life can attend, learn and grow into tomorrow's"Animal Welfare Warriors". This one-of-a-kind program is depends and is run solely on donations and grant funding, overseen by two reputable Colorado 501(C)3 Non-Profit organizations

Learn more here: Colorado Puppy Rescue / Pets 4 People.

Donate Here:

Pets 4 People
A 501(C)3 Non Profit Org
& proud partner to the Colorado Puppy Rescue
10128 W 52nd Place, 1-208, Wheat Ridge CO 80033
303.433.8835 /