The cat illustrated above is learning to relax in the paw-painting studio. The Denver Animal Shelter is moving to a new building and is offering many improved programs to help homeless pets transition back into society... Pack Counseling: As animals encourage and inspire one another to overcome abandonment behaviors, a needs-assessment counselor helps devise action objectives based on each animal's short- and long-term goals. Below, mutts are trained to be hybrids... Denver Animal Shelter University: Each shelter animal is given an extensive arts and rescue-skill education. The new Integrated Marketing lab teaches pets how to use the latest technology to communicate with future caregivers through social media networks. Below, unwanted animals will serve the sick and infirm... No Dogs Left Behind: Dogs not readily adopted by licensed caregivers will be placed into the Nurse-Dog Program that has been developed in conjunction with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
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