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Dream Power Animal Rescue Foundation

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animal-Related, Animals

Mission: Dreampower is a "no-kill" organization - we give animals as many chances as needed, taking them back if an adoption does not work out. Dreampower is staffed primarily by volunteers. In 1998, Dreampower placed over 1200 animals into permanent new homes. We envision a future world which is compassionate and where companion animals are valued, respected and are provided with a loving quality of life.

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Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

Since my husband and I are military , we found ourselves unable to take our beloved Duey and Kevin with us when we pcs'd to our new station. After reviewing several rescue organizations we chose Dream Power . Even though we were heart broken about giving up our pets we felt better knowing that they were in loving hands . One of the things I really liked was that they were very thorough in all the info that they requested with each animal thereby ensuring a perfect match with the next family ! They called us just they had promised when they were adopted out which eased our minds , and we were able to go on their FB page and read a short note that the new families had posted . Even though parting with our beloved Angels was something that was very hard to do , I am very thankful that Dream Power was there for us .Thanyou !

Kimberley S.

Client Served

Rating: 5

We love Dreampower and whenever we are looking to add to our family they are they first place we go. We have adopted two cats over the years and both have been wonderful additions to our family. The Dreampower staff and volunteers obviously love what they do and the animals they serve. They are ready to help answer any questions and meet the needs of the animals in their care as well as those looking to adopt. WAY TO GO!


Client Served

Rating: 5

I first came across Dreampower in August 2004 when I found out I was able to have a dog at my apartments. I went to Petsmart at Citadel Crossing and fell in love with Sugar. Sugar was a rescue Dreampower had brought back from another shelter in Dalhart, Texas along with many other dogs. The shelter in Dalhart is called D.A.W.G.S and is run by a teacher and her students. These dogs traveled from Texas to Colorado as Dreampower made a effort to help the smaller shelter find homes for their animals. Sugar Bear Angel Face Fuzzy Butt Honey Dog, as she is now known, is still one of my two babies. After adopting Sugar I became a volunteer with Dreampower for three years. I have always been amazed at the hard work, time and love that is dedicated to all animals in need. Everyone at Dreampower truly gives of themselves so that no animal has to be put to sleep or turned away. I thank you, all of you. I thank you for your hard work. I thank you for being an amazing rescue whom without I never would have found my Sugar!!