Grand Junction Animal Shelter
Roice-Hurst Humane Society is a Grand Junction Animal Shelter and Adoption Center located in Grand Junction, Colorado, providing loving care for homeless dogs and cats. We never euthanize animals because of a lack of space or resources. All healthy, treatable, and adoptable animals are cared for until they are adopted – whether it take weeks, months, or longer.
To provide safety, shelter and care for homeless dogs and cats and place them in loving and “forever” homes. We work to educate our community about the importance of responsible pet ownership.
Roice-Hurst Humane Society
Roice-Hurst has served the homeless dogs and cats of Mesa County for over fifty years. In those fifty years of serving our community, we have weathered financial ups-and-downs of our local economy and substantial population growth since 1963. We could not do it without the support of our community.
Please consider donating today to support the homeless dogs and cats in our community.
We offer a variety of services beyond our adoption services. We offer a Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic, Lost and Found Pet Forum, Pet-Friendly Rentals list, continuing education after adopting a pet, introducing pets and other resources.
Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic
Our low-cost vaccine clinics are offered monthly at the shelter, typically on the second Sunday of the month from 9 am – 12 pm. Pets are seen on a first come, first-served basis. All costs are in addition to a mandatory $15 pet exam fee. Visit our Clinic page for more information and pricing.
If you are passionate about the homeless dogs and cats of Mesa County, please consider volunteering. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities based on your availability, interests, skills, and needs of the shelter. Visit our Volunteer page for the descriptions of the opportunities and what is most suitable for you.