Welcome to Dogumoto

We love Dogs! Hence Dogumoto.

Documoto is a dog-friendly workplace. If you visit, you’ll find a number of our four-legged friends frolicking around the office and enjoying their stay with the Documoto team. Treats, doggy bags, and dog toys are available in case you want to bring your pet for a visit too! Want to get to know some of the office regulars before hand? Checkout out their doggy profiles below.

Maya

Meet Maya. Maya is a Labrador, Shar-Pei, and Bull Terrier mix. Maya looks tough but is gentle by nature. She often pops up under peoples desks to say hi and request a gentle nudge!

Kida

Meet Kida. Our Golden Retriever. Kida loves snuggles, enjoys camping, and bits of venison kibble.

Frigg

Meet Frigg. Our 10-month-old German Shepherd. Frigg loves to play fetch, eat just about any treat you offer her, and enjoys pets on the belly.

Porter

Meet Porter. Porter is a 6-year-old Florida Cur mix. He loves to snuggle and chase squirrels. Porter loves most salty junk food but hates fruit and vegetables.

Buckley

Meet Buckley. Buckley is a Black Labrador. Although he’s still in training, he’s perfected the art of rolling over and playing dead. Treats are encouraged when he showcases his skills.

Sally and Zoey

Meet the Retriever sisters Sally and Zoey. Zoey, a seven-year-old English Golden Retriever who loves people. Her sister Sally is a six-year-old Golden Retriever. She loves dried chicken strips, carrots and is usually seen carrying around her elephant toy named Dumbo.

River

Meet River. River is a Border Collie mix who loves to play the game “find it”, long walks, and snacking on heartworm medicine.

Bailey

Meet Bailey. Bailey is our newest four-legged pack member. She is a Labrador Retriever is training. With eight weeks under her belt, Bailey is a bundle of energy and love. At the moment, she’s most curious about tug-a-war, tall pieces of grass, and snow.

Our Commitment

As a dog-friendly workplace, Documoto supports local animal rescue centers who offer a wide-range of public services designed to help the local pet owners within the Colorado community. Whether you are interested in assisting stray animals, lost and found, dog training, medical assistance, or need more information about pet surrender and alternatives – we want to help point you in the right direction!

Max was a loyal, loving pup that was best friends with everyone he met (except the Magpies that stole his dog food).  Sadly, after growing into a big ol’ 125 pound lion of a Golden Retriever, Max passed away due to a congenital disorder.  May Max, the gentle lion, RIP.

Colorado Animal Rescue

C.A.R.E. serves as the primary intake facility for stray animals found within Garfield County and the city of Glenwood Springs. They provide safe-keeping and care for all strays brought in by citizens or local law enforcement. Their staff makes every effort to reunite lost pets with their owners. They utilize microchip information, lost and found records, social media, and local authorities to locate owners. If they are unable to locate an owner, they work to find loving homes for every animal in their care. Per city and county contract, they hold animals for five days prior to putting them up for adoption. If you have lost or found a pet within your area, please view their Lost & Found page for more information.

Dumb Friends League

Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region—providing a strong, compassionate and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. The Dumb Friends League is an independent, local, nonprofit organization. They are not an affiliate of any national animal welfare organizations. As part of the Colorado community, the Dumb Friends League helps:

  • Rescue sick, injured and neglected animals

  • Investigate cases of neglect and mistreatment

  • Provide shelter, veterinary care, and behavior and training programs to homeless companion animals and horses

  • Adopt homeless pets and horses to new homes

  • Reduce pet overpopulation through mobile spay and neuter projects in underserved areas

  • Offer learning opportunities for the public to keep more pets in homes

  • Educate children and adults about animals and their needs

MILE HIGH LABRADOR MISSION

The Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission, (MHLRM), a 501(c)3 non-profit public charity, is dedicated to alleviating the needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced (lost and stray) purebred Labrador Retrievers as well as Labrador mixes mostly in high-kill overpopulated pet areas that usually are out of state. By rescuing and rehabilitating homeless Labradors in high-kill areas, vigorously promoting responsible dog ownership through active participation in pet-related events, and through their own education program, they strive for a better life for each of the animals they cross paths with.

When they learn of a dog in need, they coordinate foster arrangements and appropriate health care where the dog is and also here in Colorado, and then they attempt to bring them to Colorado and MHLRM, find them an amazing family and give them a new outlook on life.