New Hope Cattle Dogs Available For Adoption

New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue vets all puppies and dogs to include:

  • spay/neuter
  • vaccinations ((rabies, distemper, bordatella)
  • de-worm
  • heartworm check (if appropriate)
  • microchip

Dogs come with a crate, collar, leash, food, bowls, and vet records. The crate is returned upon completion of the trial adoption.

Hello, Just getting started.

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Hello, Just getting started.

I'm not a REAL DOG, but if you are just getting started in your search with New Hope, not quite ready to start meeting dogs yet due to vacation, moving, getting married or life in general,..... Then I'm your dog!  Choose me and New Hopes Adoption Coordinator will give you a call & we can go from there.  Thanks for your interest & Hello to a great adventure finding a new best friend!

Henry 2.0 (1 year, 9 months)

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Henry 2.0

Hi, my name is Henry, can you believe that I was in a shelter for about a YEAR?!  When my transport to Colorado arrived, everyone at the shelter turned out to say goodbye.  I'm sweet but high energy.  I can be very mouthy and rough when I play, so a family with no young kids and experienced with cattle dogs will be my best fit.  But I am oh so gentle taking treats!  I love playing with other dogs, all of them!  But because I can be crazy, I need lots of socializing. 

I know my name and how to sit, but still working on other commands.  I'm kind of reluctant to go in my crate, but do well as long as I don't feel left out.  Otherwise, I get vocal.  At night though, I do great!  My foster is helping me learn to house train; they think sometimes my accidents stem from pure excitement.  I'm curious and love exploring, but need supervision when I'm loose until I learn that counter surfing is not okay (I'll steal food in a heartbeat if it's unattended, even if it's right under your nose!).  I pull really hard on the leash and I might run off if I slip it, but I know with love and patience, I can change my crazy habits and be an awesome dog!  I'd love to have an active family to take me to the mountains and outside and give me lots of love!

I do need more vetting before I can be adopted, but my foster hopes it can be done before 12th October.  I'm already neutered, just need a microchip and some more shots.

I can't wait to meet you!

Monarch (1 year, 7 months)

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Monarch

Hi, I’m Monarch but my foster mom calls me Archie or Little Bug because I’m a smart and curious little love bug. I really like people cause they give me lots of good scratches (my favorite things in the world!). I love playing with other dogs and have just discovered how fun a good game of tug can be. I learned how to go up and down the stairs all by myself! I’m working on some tricks too, I can sit most of the time and am working on stay. I’m very good on the leash and could walk all day long. I’ve heard of these wonderful things called hikes... will you take me on a hike? I think I would like it very much. I still have a lot of puppy energy so you’ll have to work hard to tire me out. Don’t get mad, but I like to collect your shoes. I haven’t destroyed any yet and my foster mom is working with me on this, I know it’s bad. I do get a little scared when you go away and will whine for about 10-15 min before I settle down. I just miss you. I’m still working on crate training too, but haven’t had any accidents in the house or gotten into anything. I sleep through the whole night in my bed and will get up when you do. I’ve been told I’m a pretty good pup.

 

Mae - ETA 10/15/19 (3 months) COMING SOON!

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Mae - ETA 10/15/19

Hey there, I've just arrived at New Hope and my foster family is working hard to write my biography. Check back soon to read more about me or complete an adoption application so that my foster home can set up a meet and greet with you. We just might be the perfect match!

Vinny~ eta Oct. 16th COMING SOON!

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Vinny~ eta Oct. 16th

Vinny will be coming to Colorado on October 16th just in time for the cattle dog reunion.  He was picked up as a stray in NM with a shock collar so tight around his neck , and missing an ear ( we do not know how that happened and that is very sad).  Vinny is about 4 years old, heartworm negative, will be neutered before he arrives and said to be dog friendly after all he has been through.

Please consider adding this boy to your family so he can start enjoying a good, happy and adventerous life once he arrives.....

Thor - ETA 10/16/19 (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Thor - ETA 10/16/19

Hey there, I've just arrived at New Hope and my foster family is working hard to write my biography. Check back soon to read more about me or complete an adoption application so that my foster home can set up a meet and greet with you. We just might be the perfect match!

Dottie - ETA 10/15/19 (3 months) COMING SOON!

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Dottie - ETA 10/15/19

Dottie was dumped out in a rural part of Beaumont, TX after all the floods that occurred there a few weeks ago. The people who found her and her siblings have been fostering them for the past few weeks and now Dottie will be arriving on 10/15. Dottie has Demodex mange (which is NOT contagious to humans or other animals) and is already receiving treatment. Her foster says that Dottie is the sweetest pup of the bunch and will make a great hiking/adventure buddy but also loves her cuddles on the couch. If interested in this sweetheart please apply today!

Bandit (3 years)

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Bandit

Bandit, 3 year old female

 

Bandit is a sweet, loving, affectionate girl who is in search of a new home. Bandit was surrendered to New Hope as her owner could unfortunately no longer meet her needs and wanted what is best for her. 

Bandit originally came from a breeder out of Oklahoma that breeds heelers strictly for working purposes. Bandit does currently live on a farm but does not get to work the cattle. Although she has never worked cattle we think she would flourish as a working dog as it has been bred into her genes. Since she does have high prey drive she should not be in a home with cats and small dogs. Bandit is kennel trained but may need a refresher course on potty training in her new house. With as smart as she is, she'll learn anything quickly. 

Bandit’s ideal home would be on a ranch or someone who can exercise her daily for longer periods of time so that her energy requirements are met. 

Bandit is good with all people but becasue of her strong heeler  personality we wouldn't recommend her around small/really young children. 

 

If you feel as though you may be the perfect fit for Bandit, please apply today!!

Pita (3 years)

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Pita

Pita is a sweet, loving, affectionate girl who is in search of a new home. Pita was surrendered to New Hope as her owner could unfortunately no longer meet her needs and wanted what is best for her. 
Pita originally came from a breeder out of Oklahoma that breeds heelers strictly for working purposes. Pita does currently live on a farm but does not get to work the cattle. Although she has never worked cattle we think she would flourish as a working dog as it has been bred into her genes. Since she does have high prey drive she should not be in a home with cats and small dogs. Pita is kennel trained but may need a refresher course on potty training in her new house. With as smart as she is, she'll learn anything quickly. 
Pita's ideal home would be on a ranch or someone who can exercise her daily for longer periods of time so that her energy requirements are met. 
Pita is good with all people but becasue of her strong heeler  personality we wouldn't recommend her around small/reallt young children. 
If you feel you may be just the right fit for Pita please apply today!!

Marco ~ eta Oct. 16th (6 months) COMING SOON!

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Marco ~ eta Oct. 16th

Marco will be coming to Colorado on October 16th from New Mexico.  His family was moving and could not take their 3 dogs with them so had to surrender them to the shelter.  One of our rescue partners reached out to us asking if we could help and with our reunion coming up we thought he would have a good chance to find a new home, especially since he is a young one.  The shelter is a kill one so we are happy we can help save his life.....

Please open your arms and welcome this fella into your family....

Domino (1 year, 6 months)

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Domino

Hi my name is Domino or Dom. I am a year and a half old. I am a very sweet boy who LOVES attention and being around my people. I am very shy at first but after that I’ll love you forever. I'm deaf but don't let that fool you, I love to play fetch and lay on the couch and cuddle. Treats are a must. I pay attention to you more when I get treats every now and then so it’s easier to get my attentions. If I’m misbehaving, the spray bottle works very well for disciplining me. I also like some dogs, not all so I should be your only dog! I do well with other dogs on neutral territory but should not share a home with one. I become really protective of my people so sometimes I can be mean to my siblings when they come for pets. I love my people so much that when they leave me , please leave me out of my kennel so I don’t get extremely stressed. If I am in a kennel, I bark and whine a lot if I can't see my people. I need a family who is patient with me because I can be difficult at times. I may have my quirks but I just need a family who will understand and work with me as I am still just a dog who needs someone to call my own. No children under 15, No cats.

Louise (2 years, 1 month)

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Louise

Louise is coming to New HOpe Cattle Dogs from TX    she is out of her holding cell and now in a foster in TX until her transport arrives October 3rd.  We are told she is very sweet and smart, pretty thin but will fatten her up now that she is in a home.  She hasd pups but the family kept them all.  ONce she arrives to Colorado she can start enjoying a fun, active life with her new family......

we just found out she is heartworm positive but will get her treatment started once she gets here

Quiggley - ETA 10/16/19 (4 months) COMING SOON!

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Quiggley - ETA 10/16/19

Hey there, I've just arrived at New Hope and my foster family is working hard to write my biography. Check back soon to read more about me or complete an adoption application so that my foster home can set up a meet and greet with you. We just might be the perfect match!

Mulligan (2 years, 4 months)

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Mulligan

Hi. I'm Mulligan. I arrived from rural Kermit, TX in May 2018. I was found on an abandoned piece of property with my doggie girlfriend and babies. New Hope found homes for all of my 

When i first arrived I was very scared of everything around me and I did not even know what a leash was. Now I get excited when I see a leash as it means we are going on a walk. I am also crate trained and potty trained.

I get along well with other dogs and I hope that my forever home would really have another doggy companion as it makes me feel more comfortable and I like to follow their lead. I would also do well in a home with cats as the one in my foster home has one and we get along pretty well.

My forever family needs to understand and be willing to work with me and be patient as I learn that humans are not scary. Even though I let my foster pet me, new situations and people are very scary to me and I need lots of time to adjust. Kids over the age of 15 would be okay but younger kids make to many movements and noises that would scare me. 

 

 

Hilda (2 years, 2 months)

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Hilda

Hilda was in a high kill Texas shelter where a family was going to  adopt her but never came back for her...Then her  luck got worse when the shelter was full and she was put  on the euthanasaia list.  That is when our rescue friend pulled her for us.  We are told she loves to play with the  water from the garden hose,  crate trained , seems house broken, and getting cat tested but right now Liz says probably will chase cats...  Good with dogs after she warms up to them loves to play chase  and has the typical heeler traits..  

Suzy (1 year)

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Suzy

Suzy is such a sweetheart who loves her people as soon as she has a period to warm up to them. She is a naturally nervous dog who is cautious with new situations but is getting better and better every day. She loves to cuddle on the couch or nudge her way right next to you in bed. Even thought she is nervous around new people and situations at first she needs time to adjust and then is a whole different dog. 
Suzy really needs a forever home with other dogs as she gains lots of confidence with them and loves to romp and play with them. She is curious about the cats in her foster home but does not chase or go after them. She is potty trained. She is still working on going to her kennel in command but once she is inside she is quiet and doesn't make a peep. 
Are you Suzy's forever family? If so apply today!!

Lea (1 year)

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Lea

Lea is a fun and energetic pup! She's smart, athletic, loving, beautiful and pretty quick to learn! This young cattle dog/border collie cross is all energy, wags and curiosity with soft floppy ears. She loves to run but will freeze immediately to be petted and will let you hold her face in your hands (she is still working on not jumping or nibbling your sleeves). She truly thrives on love and companionship and needs a lot of it right now. Lea is house trained, does well with other dogs and loves to play ball although she's learning to bring it back. She's very much a puppy in her enthusiasm and energy - ready to go for a run or bike ride or hike any day and needs daily exercise. 
This dog is smart and observant. Lea has learned to use sit, lay down, go in her kennel, use a dog door, stand quietly for a bath/blow dry, be polite to a cat (has no real interest in them), ignore horses and goats and is learning to keep her affection to ground level and not jump with joy when she sees a friendly person. She is still working on not constantly trying to play with you but she does settle down and sleeps in her kennel through the night.She's trying hard to learn and understand all the time but can be a little stubborn and persistent. Outside of being rambunctious right now, she would be great with kids and is easy going once her energy has boiled off a bit. Lea would be a wonderful frisbee or agility dog if you want a companion to train in any athletic endeavor. She's constantly looking for a way to please you. Hasn't been chewing things around the house much but does like to move things around because she is mighty curious. If you want to give her a chance to run and play, she'll happily cuddle the rest of the night. 

Wylie - ETA 10/16/19 (10 months) COMING SOON!

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Wylie - ETA 10/16/19

Hey there, I've just arrived at New Hope and my foster family is working hard to write my biography. Check back soon to read more about me or complete an adoption application so that my foster home can set up a meet and greet with you. We just might be the perfect match!

Ruby (3 years)

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Ruby

Ruby was a stray picked up in Texas. The people who found her could not keep her and reached out to see if New Hope could help. We of course said yes. 
Ruby is around 3 years old and loves everyone she meets; men, women, kids... to her a person is someone who will give her attention. Ruby is potty trained and loves to ride in the car. Her current caretaker describe as laid back and easy going. 
Ruby is set to arrive at the beginning of October but it's never to early to get your apps in!

Quentin (2 years)

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Quentin

Let's welcome this heeler, Quentin, a 2 yr old blue male  who was a stray and placed on death row in a Houston TX shelter for space.....He is heartworm negative, and will be coming October 9th due to transport regulations changing  to Colorado...Once he finally gets here he will be able to enjoy fun times in the outdoors ! Isn't he a beauty?

Mylo (3 years, 7 months)

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Mylo

Mylo was unfortunately  left behind when his owners moved out of town and could not take him....He thinks he is a lap dog  and loves to crawl up onto your lap.  His video shows he just wants to be the center of attention and be with his family.  Mylo is about 3.5 yrs old and 35 lbs.  He is very aware of cat sounds so cats are a no no for this guy, also needs to be the ONLY dog in the home.   He would be a good   dog for camping, hiking, and just hanging out.  He is unsure about his crate and will need continued work for crating.  Someone who knows Cattle Dogs & is patient to work on Mylos insecurities will be the best match.

Daisy (1 year, 9 months)

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Daisy

Daisy has had a rough road.  She is beyond sweet and cuddly.  She has issues though, occasional & strong anxiety attacks.  She needs someone strong, calm & patient.  She also needs someone WHO WORKS FROM HOME.

  She is in training and absolutely loves working for people.  She has MANY GREAT QUALITIES.  She bonds very quickly, great with foster cat and loves to learn commands(sit, stay, out, off, close, fix it, follows foster everywhere).   Her triggers are lawn mowers and unpredictable movements from kids.  She is by fosters kids who have learned to be calm and assertive by Daisy and everyone gets along fine.  She is house and crate & muzzle trained. But for her forever home, NO KIDS UNDER 12.  So if you have the time , yard and patience to get to know her....... you could be BEST FRIENDS FOREVER !!!!