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!

Biscuit (3 years)

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Biscuit

Biscuit is living the good life in her foster home after spending over 2 years in a Texas shelter. Since arriving to CO she has blossomed into a wonderful, loving dog who loves the attention of her humans and can't get enough of snuggling on the couch. 

Biscuit is potty trained, kennel trained, good on a leash, good with her kitty friends and working on her basic commands. 

Biscuit's forever home will be one with no other dog siblings or potentially one other submissive dog sibling in the house. Biscuit does display reactive tendencies towards other dogs upon introduction that we believe are based out of fear. Her foster home is working with her and her introductions with other dogs and now Biscuit is playing with one other dog in the household. We only expect her to get better with other dogs as the weeks go by. 

If you want to add this sweet girl to your forever family, please apply today as this girl will light up your world. 

Brooke (2 years, 1 month)

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Brooke

Brooke knows that the crate is her sleeping place and goes in easily.  She is an energetic and fun playmate who is willing to do whatever to make the game keep going.  Brooke has a beautiful soft coat and loves to be close and give kisses.  She will be a great family dog for an active family!

Pita (3 years, 1 month)

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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!!

Bibbly - ETA 11/20/19 (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Bibbly - ETA 11/20/19

Bibbly is due to arrive 11/19/2019.  She was found wandering in Scroggins TX.  She has working instincts around sheep, unsure around cats, needs to learn basics but is super friendly.  Once she arrives at her New Hope Foster family we will update her bio.

Avril (10 months)

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Avril

Describing Avril as happy go lucky would be an understatement! She is 45 pounds of pure sunshine. The nonstop wag and smile show is enough to make anyone’s heart melt. Avril is 10 months old and from Roswell, NM. She was just 15 minutes away from being put down before New Hope stepped in! A true little miracle pup. Avril is house trained, she doesn’t know many basic commands but she’s eager to learn! She gets along great with other dogs and people. Unknown with cats. Avril is going to make a great adventure buddy and snuggle companion. She’s ready for her new life in Colorado! 

Mulligan (2 years, 5 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. 

 

 

Kit (4 months)

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Kit

Kit was found by a wonderful foster in Beaumont, TX roaming the streets near a notorious dumping ground for dogs. A little while after Kit was picked up she unfortunately broke with parvovirus but was such a fighter and pulled through. She is recovering nicely and is now back to romping around with all her foster siblings and snuggling up with her foster family. Her foster family reports that she is an absolute doll and whoever is able to adopt her will be getting the best puppy around. Kit is set to arrive on 11/1/19, but it's never to early to get your applications in. 

Newman (4 years, 1 month) COMING SOON!

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Newman

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!

Henry 2.0 (1 year, 10 months)

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Henry 2.0

 

Hi! Henry 2.0 here with a little update; I've been at my fosters for about a month now (as of 10/29/19) and I've learned to settle down! Not zooming around the house as much and less mouthy now!  I don't collect shoes much now, nor chew on everything.  I do like to collect tissues though, which my foster is trying to teach me is naughty.  I had a great time at the NHCDR reunion (my first time).  I played with so many dogs and met so many people and got lots of zoomies out!  The next day I got a bath and I did great!  I've not had any mishaps with housetraining in about 3 weeks.  I'm doing great in my crate, just give me a treat and a little encouragement (maybe a little push) and I'll go right in.  I'll be good while I'm in, but of course when you get home, I'll want to be with you and let you know!  I'm still learning to walk on leash without wrapping my walker, but I sure do love walks!  Sometimes I'll try and grab the leash myself!

I'm a very happy boy and I just want to be your velcro dog!  Someone to walk me and give me belly rubs and treats would be heaven!

Karina (8 months)

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Karina

She is a super sweet submissive little girl who loves to snuggle and play.  She gets on really well with dogs. She likes to play and is respectful. She is good with cats. She is gentle, but is quite into them. She loves kids. She is working on potty training, doing well, and is quiet in her kennel after a bit. She comes when called and is learning the basics. She is very snuggly and quite calm. She is a real sweetie, just looking for her forever home.

Patches - Courtesy Listing (2 years, 1 month)

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Patches  - Courtesy Listing

My name is Patches and I was relinquished to Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital as my owner was in a car accident and was moved to an assisted living facility and couldn’t take me.   

 

She is very sweet and loves interacting with the staff. She needs to lose about 15-20 pounds (already working on it). She needs to be on a hydrolyzed protein diet.

 

She is not fazed by the other dogs in the hospital and was recently been introduced to a cat and dog in a home and had no reaction. They also trimmed her nails with no issue.  She has been through a lot but is really warming up and trusting our staff. A new home would need to expect a transition period. When she went home with one of our techs, she paced and whined for some time. She definitely needs time to feel safe.

 

Please let us know if you are interested in providing Patches with her forever home.  You can contact Heidi at Wheatridge Animal Hospital for more information.

hschumacher@ethosvet.com

720-435-9135

 

Bandit (3 years, 1 month)

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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!!

Flower (3 years) COMING SOON!

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Flower

My name is Flower and I am from Carlsbad NM.  They say I'm around 3 years old, 45 lbs, good with dogs and that's about all the rescue was told.  I'll be here November 13 th and can't wait to start having people asking to meet me..My foster home will try and get better pictures of me.

Reba Jo (2 years)

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Reba Jo

Riveting Reba girl is a super happy, friendly, and active girl. She is your typical Cattle dog with all the energy to boot! Reba is great with other dogs and playful. She would be a wonderful addition to any active family and like most Heelers, would thrive with a job to do! 

Daisy (1 year, 10 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 !!!!

 

Drake (3 months)

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Drake

Drake and his 3 siblings were relinquished to a shelter in Oklahoma City. Luckily, New Hope heard about them and were able to bring them all to Colorado! Drake is working on crate training and potty training, and is doing well so far! He is very smart, and although he can be a little timid with meeting new people, he warms up fast! Drake also loves other dogs. If you'd like to meet Drake, fill out an adoption application to get started!

Ashe (3 months)

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Ashe

Ashe and her 3 siblings were relinquished to a shelter in Oklahoma City. Luckily, New Hope heard about them and were able to bring them all to Colorado! Ashe is working on crate training and potty training, and is doing well so far! She is very smart and loves people and other dogs. If you'd like to meet Ashe, fill out an adoption application to get started!