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Over the past few months, COVID-19 affected so much of our daily lives. Everything from how we shop to how we meet friends (or not as the case may be) to how students go to school changed. One thing that has remained relatively normal has been operations at the Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center. Let’s face it, with 168 acres social distancing is easier … so much easier!
Staying healthy, learning new work habits, adjusting to social distancing—it’s challenging, right? Navigating this difficult time is no small feat for anyone.
Since March 24, when Denver’s Stay at Home order went into effect, businesses closed or modified their workflow, and schools turned to online learning. But, let’s face it, there’s no such thing as contactless or virtual construction. While the Dumb Friends League’s Building a Better Way Home project never stopped, that doesn’t mean it was business as usual.
While there is no evidence that your pets can get the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, from an infected person, it is still important to consider your pet in your COVID-19 preparation plans. Whether sheltering at home, or in the unfortunate case that you are admitted into the hospital, ensuring you have reliable care for your pets protects them and you in the event of an emergency.
Learn how the Dumb Friends League will operate during the COVID-19 crisis.
Every one of us must come together to keep pets safe and healthy during this time of uncertainty.
The health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, patrons, community and animals in our care are always our priority. As we continue to navigate the rapidly evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) together, we request that anyone who is currently ill, or has any has known risk factors related to the virus, please do not visit our facilities.