WE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH
WE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH
As horse, livestock, and pet owners ourselves; we know how devastating losing one of our four legged family members can be ! We are here for you every step of the way. From the moment you call, we want to help ease your grieving process as much as possible! Some need a shoulder to lean or a hand shake that is genuine from a friend, we can be both.
Our truck is a brand new Ram 5500 with a 12’ dump body and 4’ walls. After our personal experience doing ride alongs with All Animal Recovery having a 4 wheel drive vehicle is paramount. Having 4WD allows us to get closer to the deceased animal that may have passed away in a snowy or muddy pasture. By having a dump truck instead of a dump trailer we can get into tighter spots and again closer to the carcass for easier removal. The truck is equipped with a 12,000lb winch with a braided rope instead of a cable. The rope is safer and not nearly as destructive if it rubs against a barn, stall, fence post, etc. We also had two custom ramps made. The ramps are easier to clean each day and make for a cleaner surface than wood ramps. The aluminum ramps are smoother than wood and allows the deceased animal to slide on easier. We are equipped with several snatch block style pulleys and are capable of making multiple 90 degree turns if needed to pull a deceased animal out of a stall or other tight spot. The 4’ high walls on the dump body may seem like overkill, however it keeps your deceased loved one out of sight from the public while taking them to their final resting place.
DEDICATED AND FULL TIME
Stephanie is the full-time owner/operators of Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services, LLC. This is my ONLY job and I will be there to assist you in your time of need. I work 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year. I know that the circle of life is not on anyone’s clock except its own.
WE COVER THE LARGEST RANGE
From the Cheyenne Wyoming to the outskirts of Denver, East to Wiggins, and West to Estes; Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services has you covered. If you are not in this area, do not hesitate to call! We are here to assist you as best as possible and willing to go out of our way to help!
WE GIVE YOU ALL THE OPTIONS
Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services, LLC knows that when you have to call us it’s not a good day! We want to give you all the information available and the different options owners have. We try to help you make the best decision for yourself and your deceased animal. For more information on the options available and the rules and regulations for disposal click HERE
Stephanie sorting cattle in a competition
Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services, LLC is a licensed and insured business in the state of Colorado. Professionalism is the epitome of a business and we want that to show to our customers. No shows, showing up late, and intoxication are pretty common in the industry. With Hearts & Hooves, none of those will ever be an issue.
NECROPSY DROP-OFF SERVICES AT CSU
Located in Northern Colorado, The Colorado State University in Fort Collins is well within our range to have your animal taken to. Having arguably the best equine and livestock research center in the world; dropping a deceased animal off to have a necropsy performed is no problem. Whether your insurance company requires it or you are curious for closure reasons as to why it passed away, we can help with the process. For more information or to schedule a necropsy click HERE
Stephanie riding in the Flat Tops Wilderness area
Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services, LLC has our services priced as affordable as possible to help you, the owner. Though, we do collect payment at time of services performed, we want it to be as easy on your wallet as possible. We accept many forms of payment including: cash, check, credit card, Venmo, PayPal, Zelle, and Apple Pay.
Most towns and counties will pick up roadkill that is on a county or state road. But what about when the animal dies off the road and on private property? Unfortunately, the local government agencies will not pick up and dispose of the carcass. The responsibility falls back on the landowner. Hearts & Hooves Livestock Services is there to help! Picking up dead wildlife is no sweat!