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!

Trixie - ETA 8/30/19 (4 months) COMING SOON!

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Trixie - ETA 8/30/19

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!

Mona - ETA 8/30/19 (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Mona - ETA 8/30/19

Mona was a stray street dog who was skin and bones when found.   She is from the  southern part of Texas so it has taken longer to arrange transport.  A  foster home was found in TX and has gotten her up to a decent weight and vaccinated her.  She will get her rabies and health certificate by  her transport which is arriving in Colorado August 30th!  

Hoping we can find her the kind of home she deserves and a comfy bed and shelter she will love after living on the streets most of her life.  The foster mom in TX says she is good with kids and dogs, cats unknown, bit very sweet and on the smaller size, about 30 lbs...

Fire (1 year, 1 month)

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Fire

Fire is a 1 yr old cattle dog mix who just arrived from Houston TX.  He was an owner surrender because of hard times for the family and they had Fire since a pup.  He lived with cats and dogs and is good with kids.  A little on the shy side when meeting new dogs, so a slow introduction is best.  Fire is a very loving pup who is calm except when he gets the zoomies in the yard.  He is working on his crate training but he has great manners in the house and on the leash. Fire is around 35 lbs and would love to have a family who can give him the love and attention he deserved. 

Olive - ETA 8/30/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Olive - ETA 8/30/19

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!

Monarch (1 year, 6 months)

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Monarch

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!

The Munchkin Litter(3F,1M) (2 months)

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The Munchkin Litter(3F,1M)

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!

Mindy (8 months)

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Mindy

Mindy was a stray found in Kansas City and is a parvo surviver.  She was treated and doing well and ready for transport July 24th to Colorado..Mindy is 6 months old and good with dogs and kids and said to be very sweet.  WE will update more once she arrives but will be spayed and ready to adopt then!

Mindy loves to play HARD, fetch and frisbee are her favs so far.   She is great with other dogs.  She keeps a clean kennel and goes in her kennel with the promise of a treat.  She knows sit and is working on learning more tricks.  She was spayed July 22nd and is doing great.  She mastered the doggie fast, working on leash walks and LOVES water!

Daisy (1 year, 8 months)

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Daisy

Daisy is a very smart, loving dog (with a few issues).  She will need a KID FREE home as fast movements trigger her.  She would be best as a only dog as she gets upset by other dogs when they are being corrected.  Daisy has medium seperation anxiety and is very vocal when she is first left.  So NO APARTMENS OR CONDOS.  She is kennel trained and needs to be kenneled when left home alone.  She needs to be in a home where the amount of time she is left alone is MINIMUM! 

 Daisy is receiving training to learn to work with her anxiety. Whom ever adopts her will need to continue this training.  She is VERY smart and loves learning.  She is muzzel and potty trained.  Knows come, sit, stay, is very obedient.  She would love a job as she LOVES to bond and serve her master.  She likes to play fetch but isn't obsessed.  She is awesome with my cat, often found giving it kisses.  She is VERY cuddly and affectionate.  Not the best at sharing her human with other dogs.  Daisy needs a CALM, PATIENT person whom she can spend most of her time with. 

  So if you have the time , yard and patience to get to know her....... you could be BEST FRIENDS FOREVER !!!!

 

Sullivan (3 years, 1 month)

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Sullivan

Hi! I'm Sullivan and I sure do love to cuddle and snuggle. Playing, running and any type of adventure is my kind of a good time. I love my doggie friends and I make them anywhere I go. Sometimes the leash scares me, but I get over it pretty quick. 

 
I'm potty trained and know how to sit, other than that I'm learning the world. I loveeee attention, but won't bug you for it. I might stare at you for a bit with my cute brown eyes but then I'll just lay at your feet. 
 
My favorite type of toy is a cardboard box, and I don't quite understand fetch yet, but with the right human I'll learn pretty quick! 
 
My foster family says I'm really smart, but it's really just cause I like to make them happy.
 
I'm looking for my forever home and a human to call my own. 

Hilda - ETA 9/5/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Hilda - ETA 9/5/19

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 and has been keeping her in her barn until we can find a foster home up here and also transport.    We are still looking for a foster home in Colorado but the transport is due to arrive September 5th or August 30th if a foster is found by then.  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..

Mulligan (2 years, 2 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. 

 

 

Boris (1 year, 4 months)

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Boris

My name is Boris, & I'm a Cattle dog mix.  I started my life with New Hope, born 4/8/2018.   My family had to return me to New Hope as they are moving out of country and could not take me with them.

I'm a "love bird"/"Watch Dog, mostly just AWESOME.  I love to cuddle, friendly to other dogs, LOVE KIDS.  I MUST have my walk every day no matter what the weather!  I like to go running, camping, all the great things to do in Colorado.  I'm potty trained, up to date on all my shots, neutered.  I've been to obedience school, still working on chewing & jumping up to greet people. 

If we sound like a good match, please fill out a application or if you already have one, contact Angie the New Hope Adoption Coordinator.

Korben - ETA 8/30/19 (5 months) COMING SOON!

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Korben - ETA 8/30/19

Korben is a 5 month old Heeler mix. He gets along with dogs, cats, children and humans. He isn’t afraid of much and just wants to share his love. He will play tug and fetch anything you throw for him. As hard as Korben plays, he will always be down to nap or chew on a bone next to you on the couch. He is crate trained and will go in with “crate up” command. It might take him a while to calm down but learning so quickly to love his safe place. Korben loves to be outdoors - napping, playing fetch, rolling in the grass. Korben walks well on the leash but still needs coaxing. So far, Korben can sit, lay down and is working on roll over.

Joey - ETA 9/6/19 (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Joey - ETA 9/6/19

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!

Poppy - Courtesy Listing (11 months)

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Poppy - Courtesy Listing

POPPY IS BEING COURTESY LISTED THROUGH OUR WEBSITE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN MEETING HER PLEASE CONTACT PJ AT 303.717.7695. DO NOT SUBMIT AN APPLICATION THROUGH OUR WEBSITE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS DOG. PLEASE CONTACT PJ DIRECTLY. THANK YOU.

Hi, I'm Poppy.  I'm a sweet little girl who simply can't hear.  That means I come with some great qualities.  No need to worry about me barking when the doorbell rings.  And you can run the vacuum at 3 am and I will sleep right through it.  But it does mean that you have to communicate with me a little differently...using your hands instead of your voice.  Don't worry.  We will learn this together.  And you will probably find that you already use your hands to communicate with dogs that hear anyway.  Give me a chance and you will find that DEAF DOGS ROCK!

Coco (3 years, 1 month)

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Coco

Coco is about as perfect as they come. She small and compact and as sweet as can be. We think Coco is a mix between Staffordshire Terrer, Heeler, and about 4 other breeds. She's a Heinz 57: a hodge podge of many breeds that compile into one ball of cuteness. 

Coco is the best snuggler in the whole world. You sit down on the couch and she right there with you, but at night she sleeps on the floor next to the bed. She has already mastered potty training. She is not crate trained that we know of and her foster does not kennel her as she is trustworthy around the house when left out of the kennel; no accidents or destrcution. 

Coco is great with other dogs but occasionaly gets snippy when they get in her space uninvitied. She also does fairly well with cats. Occasionaly she will chase the cat when it runs in front of her but she is easily called off. Coco rides great in the car and loves riding shotgun. 

If your looking for a snuggle bug and adventure buddy, she is your girl. 

Dana (2 years, 2 months)

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Dana

Dana is NOT a good fit for life in a apartment or anyplace that a dog must be quiet, she is VERY VOCAL !!

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 slight anxiety when seperated she does calm down after a few minutes. Dana is trustworthy in the house when left alone and does not chew or have accidents when you are gone. She will go collect the shoes and put them in a pile next to where she is laying but never chews them. We think it’s her way of staying close to you when you’re gone.

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. Dana is NOT a good fit for life in a apartment or anyplace that a dog must be quiet, she is VERY VOCAL !! Apply online to meet this beauty today. 

Chase (2 years)

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Chase

Chase will be arriving to New Hope Cattle Dogs on September 4th.  He was an owner surrender from NM and had been in the shelter since May, getting overlooked so many times.  He was shy and scared when the owner pulled him into the shelter but has come around. We think he will be a great hiking dog and deserves an active home .   He has not been tested with cats.