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Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center Launches New Website

Finding your new furry family member has never been easier than with the help of the new Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center (ACASAC) website. The new website provides improved functionality, accessibility, and easy-to-use tools for searching adoptable or lost pets as well as the variety of services offered by ACASAC.

“We always strive to provide the best overall experience to our residents, and with the launch of the new website, we can now cater to the evolving demands of our growing community and improve the overall adoption and reclaiming process for adopters and adoptees,” said Stephanie Wilde, ACASAC director. “Now every user – on any device – can access full information on all our services in one place.”

In addition to searching for adoptable or lost pets, the new website offers information on registering lost pets, vaccination and microchip clinics, licensing, contact information for Denver Metro animal shelters and animal control, and more. Visitors may also learn more about the new shelter, which is set to break ground in 2018.

Visit the new website and learn more about the services provided by ACASAC at animalshelter.adcogov.org.