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Misha May Foundation


Rating: 5.0

Average rating from 7 reviews.

(5.0 out of 5, based on 7 reviews)

PO Box 151166Lakewood, CO 80215
Hours: By appointment

Our Mission and Purpose
To provide options, training and rehabilitation for homeless mixed-breed dogs, or any dogs who need us, until they find a permanent home.
To design creative foster partnerships and innovative programs which maintain or improve the health, social skills and overall well-being of these dogs as they wait for their perfect people.
To consistently support other non-profit organizations that aid and benefit animals.

Our Commitment
We believe there is a home waiting for nearly every dog. Therefore we are committed to the forever placement of each animal for whom we assume responsibility. Euthanasia, or a ‘good death‘, is reserved for those animals who are suffering without hope, as well as those animals whose dangerous behavior is beyond rehabilitation.
We are committed to the end of euthanasia as a means of canine population control, as a solution to behavioral issues, or as justification for human error, apathy or irresponsibility.
We are committed to using healing, compassionate methods, not force, with the animals we rescue as well as any animals we help.
We are committed to each individual dog, and we celebrate the mutually beneficial bond that they share with humans.

The Misha May Foundation
Mutts In Safe Homes Always
a 501(c)(3) non-profit dog rescue,
P.O. Box 151166
Lakewood, CO 80215-1166

We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home dogs
who have run out of time in local shelters, or
who have specific medical and behavioral needs.
We depend upon a volunteer system of foster homes to house
our animals until we have our Sanctuary, Training and Adoption Lodge.

Licensed under the Pet Animal Care Facilities Act, CO Dept. of Agriculture.
Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.
Member of the International Association of Animal Massage & Bodywork.

Services and Classes:
Dog Training - private / group classes, in-home or office;
Boarding; Pet Sitting; Reiki; Flower Essences; Yoga;
Animal Communication.

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Reader's Reviews (7)
Jena L.
Rating: 5

Misha May, Great Rescue, HUGE HEART

posted 7 years ago

Misha May is a grass roots rescue that is ran by one woman working with/backed by a network of true animal loving volunteers. The sick, injured, and mistreated animals that find their way to her rescue are truly blessed.
For dogs and sometimes cats, Misha May is foster care, a temporary resting spot to get better, learn some valuable tools, and then, to find a forever home.
Healthy food + plenty of love + trust + fresh air + friendship + some new manners = loyal forever friends!!!!!

Pros: all

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

Lorraine May of the Misha May Foundation is Awesome!!!

posted 7 years ago

Lorraine May of the Misha May Foundation is awesome!
Lorraine volunteers her time and teaches the Champs Training Course at Maxfund Dog Shelter.
Lorraine is very knowlegable in dog behavior. She teaches the volunteer handlers how to reward good behavior, and how to change bad behaviors, into a positive behavior. (If the dog is jumping up on you, have him sit.) She teaches how to read a dog's body language, and teaches technics to help dogs overcome fear, aggression, and socialization technics, with people and other animals.
The Maxfund Dogs and Volunteer Handlers have greatly benefited from Lorraines class. She has helped us help our dogs to become more adoptable, and us to help more dogs.
Lorraine believes there are no bad dogs.
She helps them all.

Pros: Teaches Positive Behavior Techniques to Behavior Challenged Dogs

Cons: NONE

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