|CO - Ordinances - Animal control officers--Article 15. Regulation Under Police Power.||This Colorado statute provides that personnel engaged in animal control may issue citations or summonses and complaints enforcing the county dog control resolution or any other county resolution concerning the control of pet animals or municipal ordinance. Officers assigned to this capacity may be referred to as "peace officers."|
|CO - Ordinances - Pet animal control and licensing||This Colorado statute states that the board of county commissioners of any county may adopt a resolution for the control and licensing of dogs. These regulations may require licensing of dogs by owners, require that dogs and other pet animals be under control at all times and define "control," define "vicious dog" and "vicious animal," establish a dog pound, or other animal holding facility, provide for the impoundment of animals which are vicious, not under control, or otherwise not in conformity with the resolutions, and establish such other reasonable regulations and restrictions for the control of dogs and other pet animals.|
|CO - Pet Sales - 8 CCR 1202-15. Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Pet Animal Care Act|
|CO - Pet Shop - Article 80. Pet Animal Care and Facilities Act||
|CO - Police Training - Dog Protection Act||
|CO - Rehabilitation, wildlife - Chapter 14. Wildlife Rehabilitation.||
|CO - Service animal - Article 23. Training Veterans to Train Their Own Service Dogs Pilot Program||
This set of Colorado laws (effective June of 2016) creates a pilot program for veterans to train their own service dogs. The program identifies a group of up to 10 veterans to pair with dogs. Qualified canine trainers will work with the veterans to use train the dogs for use as service dogs. The program will further offer those veterans who graduate from the program with a trained dog the opportunity and necessary follow-along services to expand the program, if willing, by identifying, fostering, and training a subsequent dog for another eligible veteran who is unable to complete one or more parts of the process due to physical limitations. Other sections of the article explain the criteria for selecting the non-profit agencies for implementation and the creation of a fund in the state treasury.
|CO - State animals - § 24-80-910.5. State pets||
Dogs and cats that are adopted from Colorado animal shelters and rescues are declared to be the state pets of the state of Colorado.
|CO - Trusts for Pets - Article 11. Intestate Succession and Wills.||
|CO - Veterinary - Veterinary Practice Code||