- Bringing pets to Colorado from other states or countries
- Emergency preparedness and response for livestock
- Health certificates and ear tags
- Laws and regulations
- Notification of disease outbreaks
- Registering dangerous dogs
- Reportable livestock diseases
- Reporting suspected animal abuse
- Tips for keeping horses healthy at fairs and events
Did you know that Colorado has a State Veterinarian? The Colorado Department of Agriculture's Animal Health Division, of which the State Veterinarian is a part, work to ensure the health and safety of livestock, horses, pets, and other domesticated animals. Helpful information you can find on their website includes
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