Animal Services in Mesa County is calling all pet lovers in the Grand Valley to lend a helping hand as we head into the new year.

Mesa County Animal Services enforces our local ordinances to protect the safety and welfare of Colorado's people and pets. You may have something around the house that could help animal services care for the pets in our shelters.

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Mesa County Animal Services Needs Old Newspapers

Mesa County Animal Services needs newspaper donations. Our old newspapers help Mesa County Animal Services keep the pets in the shelter clean and comfortable. Newspapers are used to line crates for warmth and to help catch waste from small puppies, which helps keep the shelter clean.

Where Is Mesa County Animal Services?

You can find Mesa County Animal Services at 971 Coffman Road in Grand Junction, just down the street from Mesa County Waste Management. Weekday and weekend hours at Mesa County Animal Services make it easy to drop off newspapers at a time that works best for you.

When Can I Drop Off the Newspapers?

Mesa County Animal Services is open for newspaper drop off Monday to Friday from 11 AM to 4 PM. They are also open on the weekend to accept newspaper donations from 11 AM to 1 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Donating to Animal Services supports community involvement.

Find out more about Mesa County Animal Services here, or contact their office by calling (970) 242-4646.

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