Our Generous Donors

Our Generous Donors

We are constantly overwhelmed by the generosity of our donors! Read about some of our recent donations:

In Memory of “Lexie”

In memory of the sweetest, most loving lab ever, our Lexie girl. She faithfully and unconditionally gave of herself for 14 1/2 years. She will forever be in all of our memories and hearts. Stephanie and Rich Fisher.

In Memory of “Sampson”

In memory of “Sampson” who was Lindsay’s gentle giant through a lot of hard things, and a very good boy to boot.  He is greatly missed.

Bri Blume

In Memory of “Milo”

In memory of  my Lab “Milo.” ~ Cody Wiswall

In Memory of Wyatt Potter

In memory of Wyatt Potter
10/28/2000 – 01/08/2022
~ Melody Landwer

In Memory of “Gibson”

With a very heavy and broken heart we would like to donate in the name of our very good boy Gibson. We adopted Gibson from Safe Harbor Lab Rescue years ago, a decade ago. We had a very scared loving girl mix (Maya) who had been very abused. We were told she need “Fur courage” to show her how good most people could be. So like any good fur baby parents we were like all right. While the first meeting with Maya may not have gone like we wanted. The rest was amazing. Gibson not only gave her fur courage, but he also made everyone who came into contact with him better. He was so loving and tried to help with everything. He tried to help cut wood, mow the lawn, other yard work, housework and so much more. He had a bark for everything from alert to “here I am” to “there is someone.” Like a good Lab he fetched everything balls, sticks, birds, toads, bugs and so much more. All the animals he would bring were alive. He was a friend to all and loved by so many. He was my fur courage and a very good boy.  ~ Alicia

In Memory of “Brogan”

Dear Brogan was the Chief Comfort Officer at the McGinty Dental group for his long life disarming clients with his sweet smile as he quietly settled onto his many beds around the practice. Brogan brought smiles too from clients during check in and procedures. He will be sorely missed by Jennifer, his faithful friend Kim, the staff at the practice, and all of their clients. – Ricky and Chris Daly

In Memory of “Tory”

In memory of “Tory” and love for all of the Lab. ~ Sue and Lee Mickus

In Memory of “Rosie” Conners

In memory of my sweet girl, “Rosie” Conners
~ Gail Conners

In Memory of “Tank”

My donation is memory of Tank. A kind and gentle soul who loved the outdoors, hiking and swimming. When I needed a hand, I found your paw.
I adopted Tank from SHLR nine years ago, and he was a wonderful dog and friend.

In Memory of Barb Bailey

In loving memory of Barb Bailey

~Jan Radcliffe

~Elizabeth Gottschalk

~Lu Horner

~Donna and Robert Hughes

~Gaye and Frank Kaplan

In Memory of “Jake”

In memory of Jake, my valiant hospice boy whom I adopted when it was clear he was probably going to live forever.
While he didn’t, he inspired me with his spirit and joy till the end. ~ Leslie Brown

In Memory of “Rowdy”

Rowdy was happy his entire life. From his beginnings in Northern Colorado to his last home among the Sangre de Christo’s, he enjoyed the outside and rolling in everything. His big frame was only outdone by his even bigger spirit. He loved so deeply Lance and Cheryl who he trusted without limits.  Rowdy will be deeply missed but never forgotten. ~The Daly’s

In Memory of “Frida”

In memory of Frida, my chocolate Lab who brought such joy and happiness to me and my family.
~Victoria Emery

In Memory of “Farley”

We wanted to donate in memory of Farley who passed last weekend. His dad, Kevin, rescued him through SHLR and turned his whole life around to happiness and health. An amazing dog and an amazing human. We will miss you, Farley. ~ The Atkinsons


In Memory of “Bailey Mae”

In loving memory of Miss Bailey Mae.  We will miss you.
Love from your family

In Memory of “Kali”

Kali is telling everyone what heaven is because she lived it on earth.  Rescued by Barb and Phil, Kali was their deeply loved constant companion who lived a full life of hiking, skiing and rafting from her base in Summit County.  And a pretty good construction site dog supervising several projects. She’s catching up on things with so many of her pack of pals who have been waiting for her and leaving broken hearts with those she’s left behind here.

In Memory of “Cooper Janssen”

In Memory of “Cooper Janssen” ~ Patrica Janssen

In Memory of “Pilot”

In memory of “Pilot” who crossed the Rainbow Bridge on December 26, 2021. Pilot left his footprints on our hearts. We are so grateful for SHLR for entrusting Pilot to us and for all of the good SHLR Does for so many dogs each year.

~ Thank you, Kathy and Mark Winninger

In Memory of “Harvey”

My donation is in honor of my sweet Lab, “Harvey.” I adopted him 15 years ago from Safe Harbor.  He passed away in October and my heart is just broken.  He was such an amazing, feisty, and lovable guy. I am grateful to have had the honor to be his person.

In Memory of “Truman”

In memory of “Truman.”  Truman was so special; I miss him every day. We had an awesome life together.  ~ Sue

In Memory of “Drake”

In honor of our beloved Drake, seen here doing what he loved most, hunting with daddy. He was always ready to go and couldn’t wait to work that field. When our girls came along he was such a good dog that he let them play dress up with him. He was their first ever heartbreak when he left us but we remember him everyday and we hope he’s hunting it up.
-Love Marc, Tara, Mila and Luna

In Memory of “Archie”

This donation is in honor of Archie. Archie was Joyce’s best pal and buddy. ~ Gary Guy

In Memory of “Tobey”

Tobey was Alice’s first dog of her very own. We know how that is.  Tobey welcomed Gnarly a little later and the two adoptees became part of the extended human family of James, Pete, and Mary.  His heart was so big, Tobey easily took them all into it.  Then, Alice met Dave and soon along came Emily and Owen.  His heart grew bigger for all of them.  He was so happy and gentle with the new little ones.  Now, Tobey lives big in our hearts forever.

In Memory of “Johnny”

King of the Park County outdoors.  Johnny was rescued from the lowlands and quickly came to rule his humans and the outdoors surrounding his Park County home.  Gail and Randy told him over and over of the risks as he got older; he was defiant!  He always rewarded their permission by bringing home a “gift”. Johnny was beautiful, loving, happy in his high country home and was treasured every day of his long life by his family. 

In Memory of Roy Smith

In memory of Rev. Roy Gerald Smith. May he rest in peace and all who loved him feel comfort and love in their grieving.  ~ Kay Shanny

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