The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has a beautiful, spacious community room that is available to the public for dog training classes, educational classes, parties, and for other needs. Included in the rental fee for the room is the use of our tables and chairs, and the use of our kitchen. For availability and rental fees, please call 307-632-6655.
Right next door to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is the Nancy Mockler Community Dog Park, a wide open (but fenced) park for dogs to romp and play. The park includes a separate smaller area for small breeds and older dogs. The Nancy Mockler Community Dog Park is open from sunrise to sunset daily. Pick-up bags are provided at the park. Dogs should be wearing their current rabies tags and should be dog and people friendly.
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter houses the Sierra Pet Post to help get you and your new pet started in your new life together.
Dogs: Collars and Leashes, Gentle Leaders, 2-Step harnesses, beds, grooming aids, carriers, toys and treats!
Cats: Toys, litter, canned cat food, treats and more!
The best part of shopping at the pet Post is that all of the proceeds from the purchases made in our gift shop go back to the animals.
The Groom Room is open to the public for pet grooming.
For a $10 donation per animal community members can use the large tub and dryer to give their furry friends a bath after a long day of playing in dog park! We do encourage folks to bring their own shampoos or bath products and we ask that the space is picked up after each use.
The Groom Room is open for public use from 11am-6pm Monday through Sunday as long as it isn’t being used by CAS staff. We recommend calling the shelter at 632-6655 before coming in to ensure the space is available.
We have a full service surgery suite in our Veterinary Clinic. Every animal that leaves the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is spayed or neutered before they leave for their new forever homes. Did you know, now that we have a full time Veterinarian on our staff we can also perform dental procedures for animals with severe dental disease, and tarter build up. The Cheyenne Animal Shelter vet clinic does not serve the public as an open clinic but only animals currently being housed at the shelter. We do not have access to radiology, or x-rays but thankfully we work closely with other veterinary clinics in Cheyenne and the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching facility to help us out when we are in need of assistance for procedures that we are unable to perform.