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Tax checkoff funds are dedicated to the spay/neuter of owned animals by local coalitions of humane societies, veterinary clinics, and animal care and control organizations. The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund encourages the submission of applications that demonstrate collaboration and address the overpopulation of cats as well as dogs. Proposals may also request funding for public education and awareness efforts to combat pet overpopulation. Click here to view checkoff application guidelines. Click here to register and apply on-line. If you are unable to apply online please contact us for assistance. Deadline for the next grant cycle is May 31, 2017.

If you would like to apply for grant funding to subsidize the spay/neuter, medical treatment and/or microchip identification of animals in the care of shelters, rescue groups, and animal control agencies (i.e, unowned animals), please visit the License Plate section of our website to complete a different application.

Click here to download a printable version of this year's Tax Check-off reimbursement form.

Grants awarded with checkoff donations from 2016 Colorado tax returns: $188,500 

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