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Our Mission 

Two Black Dogs Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation through education, financial assistance for spay and neuter, and community outreach.  We believe that responsible pet ownership is key to creating a better world for animals and their families. Our team is passionate about providing accessible services to all pets, regardless of their background or circumstance. Join us in our mission to improve the lives of animals, and the lives of the humans who love them. 

"We cannot adopt, warehouse or rescue our way out of dog and cat overpopulation."
Dr. Jeff Young, aka Rocky Mountain Vet

What We Do

Spay & Neuter Assistance

Our Spay It Forward program offers a simple and affordable solution to help reduce overpopulation. We understand the struggle of finding affordable services, but don't want the lack of financial resources to be the reason why an animal isn't spayed or neutered. Our program offers financial aid to those in need. 


Our TNR program is an essential part of our mission to promote the humane treatment of cats. We work closely with local communities to provide spaying or neutering services to feral cats and reduce the number of unwanted litters. With our trap-neuter-return process, we can make a significant impact on the well-being of community cats.

Pet Food Pantry

We know that caring for a pet can be a financial strain, which is why we offer a free pet food pantry. Our goal is to ensure that all pets are well-fed and healthy, regardless of their family’s financial situation. 

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