RMCR Quarterly Meeting

Sunday, February 9th we had our first quarterly meeting at Woof In Boots in Denver.  Woof In Boots is a doggy day care and activity camp.  The goal of the meeting was to discuss the growing needs or RMCR.  We also had a mini-workshop put on by our trainer.  There was plenty of food and fresh ideas to help us chart our future.

A special thanks goes out to the nice folks at Woof In Boots for their help in making our meeting a success.


Seniors for Seniors Program

Imagine a senior pet, once dumped by their family with no hope of ever making it out of a pound alive, living out their golden years in a place full of love and laughter, with room to roam and stretch, where ear scratches and belly rubs know no bounds.

Giving a second chance to an older animal can be rewarding, Read More…


The Advantages Of Adopting A Dog Or Cat

This is the second of three articles by Stanley Popovich.

There are many advantages to adopting a dog or cat.   Adopting a pet can be a great way to reduce our every day stresses and anxieties.  In addition, there are many other reasons why adopting a dog or cat can be important in your life.

For instance, pets can help us to relax and help us to focus on the good things in our lives. This can be very helpful when we are overwhelmed by the stresses and anxieties of our lives.  Playing with our pets can help reduce our fears  Read More…


The Story of “Sweet Pea”, or “Why We Do Animal Rescue”

The following story is a fictional account of a Cocker Spaniel meant to tell the greater story of why volunteers band together to accept dogs into their homes and go to the time, effort, expense and heartbreak of finding a loving forever home for an animal. If it sounds familiar, it is because it is a common story for any family that has a beloved dog, but as years pass other priorities put the dog on the back burner until the time comes when the family arrives at the difficult decision to give up their dog that has been a part of their lives for years. Names, characters, places and incidents are all fictional and any resemblance to actual people, dogs and places is entirely coincidental. Read More…


How Pets Can Reduce Our Stresses & Anxieties

This is the first of three articles by Stanley Popovich

Animals and our pets can be a great way to reduce our every day stresses and anxieties.  It is not easy to deal with our fears and anxieties, however, spending time with animals can makes us feel better.  Here is a list of ways of how our pets can help us to better cope with our fears, anxieties, and stresses and why its good to own a pet. Read More…


A Special Tribute to Ruby Haynes

Ruby and her beloved Molly

Ruby Haynes (October 2, 1923 – June 15, 2009) :  Ruby was an amazing woman!  She touched the lives of so many people.  Her love for people was only matched by her love for her cocker spaniels.  Although she had many pets that she cherished and loved throughout her life, it was her cocker spaniels who were her best friends.  There was Pogo, Kelsey, Nikki, Milli, and Molly.  Each cocker spaniel was unique but they all shared one thing, the love and care each received from this incredible woman.  Ruby is survived by Molly, who will be cared for by our family with as much love and passion as Ruby herself would have given.