COMING SOON: DSR's website will be rolled into the new Denver Samoyed Association website, expected in December.

Denver Samoyed Rescue (DSR) is part of the Denver Samoyed Association, Inc. and was formally established in 1993. Denver Samoyed Rescue is recognized as an active Samoyed rescue by the Samoyed Club of America  and is registered and licensed with the Pet Animal Care Facilities Act (PACFA) Program within the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

What We Do: public education on the Samoyed breed and assistance, general canine welfare, and the placement of surrendered or abandoned adult dogs in quality, suitable, permanent homes.

Denver Samoyed Rescue works closely with area shelters to become apprised of Samoyeds needing to be placed in new homes, provides foster homes if needed, handles dogs found running at large, and takes requests from people wishing to place their Samoyeds in other homes. We do not sell puppies or dogs.

Donations to DSR are welcomed

All donations and fees go directly back to care for, and place, our rescue Samoyeds. Contributors

Help us find a home for our Samoyeds. You’ll find more information on our Available Dog Page.

For more information  please call our Denver Samoyed Rescue HOTLINE number  303-453-1360

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Photo Gallery of Adopted Samoyeds

Our Success Stories pages features dozens of photos of happy adopted Samoyeds

Denver Samoyed Rescue MenuSamoyed needing homesSamoyed newsWhat to know before adopting a samoyed dogDog adoption questionsApplications and formsThe Samoyed breedLost dog tips and adviseSamoyed web linksContact one of our volunteersSuccess Stories & PhotosGrooming tips for Samoyeds
Niko-Adopted Samoyed by our webmaster
Available Dogs for Adoption


Denver Samoyed Resuce Fundraiser White Pine Dog Collars and Leashes

Support Samoyed Rescue by purchasing your next White Pine collar and leash through DSR.

White Pine contact: [email protected]

White Pine collars and leashes were designed by a Samoyed fancier, and  are famous for their "SILKY SOFT, strong, color-fast material. The collars do not damage, cut, or discolor your dog's coat, even when wet. The leashes are especially easy on the owner's hands!

Denver Samoyed Rescue Saving A SmileTo Denver Samoyed Home pageemail one of our volunteersDenver Samoyed Rescue Saving A Smile