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!

Anaya (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Anaya

Anaya, this little heeler, truly had  luck  on her side  ....The volunteers at the shelter kept begging the shelter staff  to give her more time as she was on the euthanasia list and then New Hope Cattle Dogs said they could help her!  She is a little pocket 31 pounder heeler that is heartworm negative, good with kids and dogs and once here we are sure she will love the active lifestyle Colorado can show her.....She also loves to play in the water....Now just waiting to see when a transport can let her hop on....

Domino (1 year, 3 months)

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Domino

Meet Domino! Domino is deaf, but don’t let that stop you from letting this awesome dog into your life. At times, you would not even notice.  Domino is a medium energy dog; he loves to play with the other dogs in the house, but is also content to relax with the humans. Domino understands a few hand signals, and his foster family has been using a vibrate only collar to better communicate with him. Domino is also quick to pick up on the body language of the other dogs in the house and follow their lead. Domino is also very smart, potty trained and quickly learned how to use the doggy door.  Domino also does fine if left uncrated for a few hours.

Domino loves to run and play and would do best in a house with older kids. Domino gets along great with the female dogs in his foster home. He would do best in a home with a non-dominant dog. Domino would also be fine as an only dog and may even be suited to apartment living. Since he is deaf, Domino also likes to maintain eye contact with his humans.  This means on walks he is always checking in with you. He can whine a little if he cannot see you but he quickly relaxes. Also, as a deaf dog, Domino does not react to loud noises that may cause other dogs to bark.

Training a deaf dog is no more difficult than training a hearing dog; however, it requires a different approach and maybe a little more patience. If you’re ready to meet an potential adventure buddy, and Velcro dog, then Domino is waiting for you!

Benny (3 months)

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Benny

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!

Tommie (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Tommie

Hi y'all.....I will be coming up from Houston on June 28th and will be ready to meet a new family....My foster mom in TX says I am a wee bit shy but coming along great...love to play with the other foster dog in the home, house broken, need a little more work on leash walking but am a sweetheart in her words!!!   He is a good little trooper about 2-3 years old....

Tommie was in a high kill Houston shelter and thanks to New Hope Cattle Dogs he was taken off the euthanasia list, and put in a foster home until his transport could be arranged.  

If you would like to meet Tommie, please go the the website of New HOpe Cattle Dogs and fill out an application.   Most of his vetting has been done but the rescue will take care of what is still needed....

Daisy (1 year, 6 months)

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Daisy

Daisy is my name and I came up with Buddy from Houston TX.  WE had puppies together but they all got adopted and we were left .  Buddy & I are now looking for our forever homes thru New Hope!

I was spayed on 6/10/2019 so I only need my 2nd Lepto to finish my vetting. 

I am so happy to be living at a foster house. I'm just a super sweet girl who likes to be around people. I come when I'm called, and I know sit very well. I'm working on lots of other things and am doing great. I like other dogs and cats. I am looking most to bond  with a human. I play and cuddle with other dogs well, but I just want my best human friend so I get a little possessive and just growl. I could do very well as an only dog, and I could live well with other dogs who are ok with me. I am adjusting to living in a home. Now I just need my new best friend. I am very loyal and I'm waiting.

     I love to cuddle and snuggle in bed, and wag my tail and love getting pets. I like exploring the yard and move forward well on a leash, though I'm still a bit all over the place. I am quiet in my kennel most of the time and haven't had an accident in the house.

     I like kids, but they freak me out a bit when they act weird. I am not interested in wild shenanigans, and look to get pets when kids are calm. I am ok around them, but I don't want to live with kids. Mostly I just need my new best human friend and I can't wait to bond hard.

Alice (2 years, 1 month)

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Alice

Alice was found as a stray in Baxter County AR.  The Animal Control Officer c tries to ontact one of our rescue partners when they find a special animal in need and reached out for this girl.  She is about 1 yr, very friendly, and looking for love and pets from a family.  She should also be a great hiking and camping buddy due to her breed. 

Since Alice has been in foster care in Colorado, we notice that she is starved for attention .....   Would be ok as an only dog or a family where the other pets are willing to share their people!  Still fearful but coming around slowly. Does ok in a crate and lets you know she’s not happy but does settle down.   We are not sure about her past but guessing a tough one ..  loves going on leash walks and car rides    I have been taking her out in public to let her know  it’s ok but do use caution in meetings due to shyness.  I’m sure she will be a great companion and right now older kids are best due to her not being sure of things 

 

Lilo (3 months)

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Lilo

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!

Jango (3 years, 1 month)

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Jango

Meet Jango! Jango was surrendered to New Hope with his brother Blue as their owner could no longer keep up with their needs. Jango originally came from a breeding line of working dogs so he is very high energy and needs a job. 

Jango will best be suited as a working dog with someone who has property or someone who is willing to exercise him very throughouly in a daily basis. He should not go to a home with younger kids as he can do the notorious hard heeler nip when excited. Kids over 8 and possibly a little older would be best. He also should not go to a home with any cats as his prey drive is very high. 

If you think you can offer Jango the home and exercise requirements he needs please submit and application today. 

Rusty (1 year, 2 months)

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Rusty

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!

Stitch (3 months)

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Stitch

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!

Rusty Boy (1 year, 6 months)

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Rusty Boy

Rusty Boy is a big, floofy boy. Best guess is cattledog/husky mix. While he weighs in at only 50 lbs, he is very floofy and tall, so appears much larger than 50 lbs. 

He loves everyone, both people and dogs. He likes to do his daily activities with others and not alone. (Eating, going potty, etc.) We are working on potty training, crate training, and general manners but he's improving extremely quickly. He's smart, food motivated, and he does try hard to be a good boy. He's essentially just a giant puppy, so he will need a little work on what is appropriate for a large dog to do. (ie. no leash pulling, no face pawing/mouthing, etc.) He is still a bit mouthy when he plays so may not be the best with younger/smaller kids.

He has become fast friends with his foster siblings and would play with them all day long if they let him. He also loves chewing on bones and wrestling/playing with his foster people. It would be good for him to have a home with lots of stuff to do; fur siblings to play with, lots of toys, fun walks, etc. If you think Rusty Boy would be a good fit for your family, please apply to adopt and we'll contact you ASAP! He will be a really good boy for you.

Dana (2 years)

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Dana

Dana’s story is quite sad. A few months ago it was witnessed that a trucker abandoned Dana a truck stop. Being the loyal dog that she is, she hung around the general area for months howling for her owner. A volunteer was finally able to catch her and Dana was taken to the humane society where she was safely kept until her transport to CO was arranged. 

Since arriving into New Hope’s Care she has proven to be one character of a dog. We think Dana suffers from some anxiety as she is a very vocal dog when she is happy or stressed. When she looses sight of her foster mom she  whines very loudly until her person comes back into view. Also when you get home and greet her she acts the exact same way. Although she appears to have anxiety when seperated she does fairly well in her crate. It takes some coaxing to get her to go in but once insides she whines for a few minutes and then calms. 

Dana is great in the house. She is potty trained and will usually go and lay down after exploring for a few minutes. Dana gets along with dogs but could really care lesss about them. She is definitely a dog that enjoys her people more than anything. She is also great with cats; frankly she is kind of scared of them. 

Dana will need a loving home where she can soak up all the attention as that’s all she really wants. She also needs an owner that is understanding and will tolerate her loud vocal noises (her foster home is currently working on how to calm and settle her quicker). We think she would be a great farm dog or even a family dog for people with kids. Do to vocalness, Dana should not go to a forever home that is an apartment or condo. Apply online to meet this beauty today. 

Todd (3 months)

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Todd

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 (3 years)

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Dottie

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!

Dumplin' (4 years, 5 months)

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Dumplin

Hi, my name is Dumplin and I am around 4-5 years old.  I came from Amarillo, Texas in January where I had already been spayed and house broken. I have been living with my foster family ever since.  They (my foster family) have very little information about my previous life but believe that I used to sleep on the couch. They sort of frown on sleeping on the couch so my second best place to sleep is in my kennel or in the laundry room, sort of out of the way from the four kids I have been living with. I love the kids (all ages) but sometimes I need some quiet timeI am good when left alone inside the house when my owners leave. I don’t get on the couch after they trained me to stay off. I love to be petted, and petted, and petted…..

 

I still need work on walking on the leash as I get a bit distracted by other dogs. I do need my walks as someone in Texas probably fed me a little too much food. I tend to resemble a plump “Dumplin” but I am working on getting my weight down. Spending time in the yard is at the top of my favorite things to do. I love chasing the squirrels running back and forth on my fence. I am well behaved and know how to sit and lay down. I don’t bark often other than to let those pesky squirrels know I see them. I really do need to be an only dog in the house. I am reactive towards other dogs and would like to be queen bee and the center of attention.  I have not met any cats so I may need to figure that one out.

Buttercup (7 years)

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Buttercup

Buttercup was on death row in Texas as her owner never came to reclaim her from the shelter. Based upon her body and her current health we think that Buttercup was probably used as a puppy making machine and once she could no longer become pregnant wasn’t much use to the owner. 

Better days are ahead of Buttercup now though. She is currently in foster care where she will start her treatment for heartworms and will also complete the rest of her general health vetting. At the end of her heartworm treatment she will be spayed as well. 

Buttercup does well with other dogs on neutral territory  and when she meets dogs on a leash although she can be reactive towards other dogs once she is comfortable in her home setting. She would prefer to be an only dog but may be able to adjust into a home with one other dog. She has not met a car yet so we aren’t sure how she will do with those. 

Buttercup is one of the sweetest older ladies. She is a pro cuddler and loves to give puppy kisses. She can’t wait to find a family where she can be queen been and live out her older years with a loving family and comfy place to rest her head. 

Blue (3 years, 1 month)

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Blue

Meet Blue! Blue was surrendered to New Hope with his brother Jango as their owner could no longer keep up with their needs. Blue originally came from a breeding line of working dogs so he is very high energy and needs a job. 

Blue will best be suited as a working dog with someone who has property or someone who is willing to exercise him very throughouly in a daily basis. He should not go to a home with younger kids as he can do the notorious hard heeler nip when excited. Kids over 8 and possibly a little older would be best. He also should not go to a home with any cats as his prey drive is very high. 

If you think you can offer Blue the home and exercise requirements he needs please submit and application today. 

Mulligan (2 years)

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Mulligan

Hi. I'm Mulligan. I arrived from rural Kermit, TX at the end of May. I was found on an abandoned piece of property with my doggie girlfriend Mulberry and my eight offspring. New Hope saved my whole family and all my puppies have been adopted since. Mulberry and I are still looking for our forever homes.

When i first arrived I was very scared of everything around me and I did not even know what a leash was. I have been in a foster home since arriving and I am slowly coming out of my shell. I now know what a leash is and I get excited when I see it because I know it means that I get to go outside. I am crate trained but my potty training is still a work in progress.

I get along swimmingly 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 honeslty scares me a little. 

I need a forever family to call my own that is 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. A quiter family with no kids would probably be ideal. 

I really hope to find a family to call my own soon, are you it?

Buddy (1 year, 6 months)

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Buddy

I am Buddy, a 1.5 yr old heeler mix.  I arrived to Colorado May 24th.  Im so glad that I missed that snow storm !!!  After all I am a Texas Boy!  I already have had a great bath and am loving life at my Foster familys place out in the country.  I get along great with the 3 dogs that live here and don't bother the cat at all.  I sleep great in my crate and am just a really chill dude that loves to be loved!!!   I am neutered , vaccinated  & chipped.  My ideal home needs to have a yard & a pal for me to hang with.  I'm ready to find my forever home!

Hanalei - Courtesy Listing (2 years)

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Hanalei - Courtesy Listing

HANALEI IS BEING COURTESY LISTED THROUGH OUR WEBSITE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN MEETING HER PLEASE CONTACT HER OWNER, SUZANNE AT 808-389-9874. DO NOT SUBMIT AN APPLICATION THROUGH OUR WEBSITE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS DOG. PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNER DIRECTLY. THANK YOU. 

Hanalei needs a new home. She is a two year old heeler mix breed pup. She is very smart, very sweet (a snuggler!), and has tons of energy. We adopted her from Colorado Puppy Rescue when she was two months og age and she has been a great dog, but is not the right fit for our home, as we have young children and should not be in a home with children under 12 years of age. She currenlty lives in a house with a small dog and cats. She does well with the dog and tolerates the cats. The trainer who evaluated her said she would be a great working dog on a ranch or farm in a home with no children or older children. If you or anyone you know is interested in adopting Hanalei, please contact us. 

Bethany - ETA 6/28/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Bethany - ETA 6/28/19

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!