Thank you for adopting your new pet from

Roice-Hurst Humane Society. 

We are here to help should you have any questions or concerns regarding your new pet. 

General Adoption Information

Animal Resource Center Flyer
Toxic Plants and Poisonous Foods for Pets

Toxic Plants and Poisonous Foods for Pets


– Don’t panic. Rapid response is important, but panicking can interfere with the process of helping your pet.

– Take 30 to 60 seconds to safely collect and have at hand any material involved.

– If you witness your pet consuming material that you suspect might be toxic, do not hesitate to seek emergency assistance, even if you do not notice any adverse effects.

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.  The telephone number is (888) 426-4435.

There is a $55 consultation fee for this service.

Please note: If your animal is having seizures, losing consciousness, is unconscious or is having difficulty breathing, telephone ahead and bring your pet immediately to your local veterinarian or emergency veterinary clinic. The Veterinary Emergency Center’s number is 970-255-1911 and is located at 1660 North Avenue, Grand Junction, CO.


Our Partner Vets

Vets That Will Honor the Free General Health Check Up

All Pets Center: 970-241-1976 – 424 S. 5th St. G.J

Arrowhead Vet Hospital: 970-858-8881 – 1620 L. Road, Fruita

Clifton Animal Hospital: 970-523-0954 – 3256 F RD. Clifton

Cottonwood Vet Hospital: 970- 245-0135 – 2232 N. 7th Street. G.J

Footprints Animal Hospital: 970-241-4247 – 2525 High Country Ct. Ste B. G.J

Grand View Animal Hospital: 970-523-2060 – 504 Fruitvale Court G.J

Kokopelli Animal Hospital: 970-858-4299 – 456 Kokopelli Blvd #E. Fruita

Orchard Mesa Vet: 970-241-9866 – 2668 HWY 50. G.J

Sky Canyon Vet Hospital: 970-985-4911 – 2387 River Rd GJ

Tiara Rado Animal Hospital: 970-243-4007 – 2245 ¾ Broadway. G.J

Canyon Country Animal Hospital: 970-812-5233 – 2518 Broadway, GJ

Cat and Kitten Adoption Information

Tips for a Successful Cat Adoption
Declawing Alternatives
Introducing Your New Cat To Your Resident Cat
Cat Scratching Preferences

Dog and Puppy Adoption Information

Tips for a Successful Dog Adoption
Introducing Your New Dog to Your Resident Cat
Puppy Behavior and Training
House Training a Puppy
Positive Reinforcement for Dogs
Introducing Your New Dog To Your Resident Dog
Reducing Barking
House Training Your Adult Dog