4 Paws 4 Life Rescue

We are dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from overpopulated, high-kill shelters. We provide them with temporary care, medical attention and we find them homes. We believe every dog deserves to live happy, healthy life. We believe in a no-kill nation and in you! Thank you for donating today!

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General Information

General
Official Name
4 Paws 4 Life Rescue​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
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Former Name(s)
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Acronym
4P4L
Date Established
2012
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
None
Tax ID
45-4932922
Addresses
Headquarters Address
3648 N. Perry Park Road
Sedalia, CO 80135
Colorado Location
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Mailing Address
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Other Address
3648 N. Perry Park Road
Sedalia, CO 80135
Phone/Fax
Main Phone Number
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Fax Number
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Other Phone Number
770-324-3842
Web/Email
Email
info@4p4l.org
Website
www.4p4l.org
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Mission Statement

To show grace and mercy to the animals entrusted into our care and to find them families that will do the same.

Organization History

4 Paws 4 Life rescue. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2012 and is dedicated to rescuing dogs from high-kill shelters nationwide. We operate through a network of foster homes in the metro Denver area as well as our facility in Sedalia, CO.

Our efforts are funded by tax-deductible contributions from compassionate people who care and want to help make a difference. We believe in advocating for our furry friends who have no voice.

Testimonials

Testimonial 1:
(adopted a dog with special needs from our organization ) "The verdict is still out on Buck's leg surgery. We go back to CSU tomorrow for follow up Xrays and then again in mid July. Aside from that issue we are great. My favorite thing about our adoption is that my 8 yr old son is training Buck. My son has Aspergers so Buck has been a big transition. Because Buck is an adult dog and came roughly knowing his basic commands my son feels incredibly successful and is building his self confidence. My youngest son was afraid of dogs and wanted a much smaller one. Buck was "too soft", "too big" and "too licky" etc. but seeing my oldest work with Buck has also brought my little one around. He now pets Buck and wants to "train" him.
Adopting an adult dog was the best thing we could have done for our family. Buck filled a place in me that I did not know needed filling. Our cat is also SO much happier. He has stopped going to the neighbors house and getting kitty treats. When Buck is not home Timmy (cat) walks around meowing. We are also quite a sight walking on our trail: me, 2 boys, a dog and a cat. After 2 months I can say he is fully adjusted, knows his potty routine and rhythm, and we are totally at peace. Adopting him is not all hearts and roses. He is very expensive, there is white fur everywhere, and we do have to pick up poop.

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