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, bed, collar, leash, food, bowls, and vet records. The crate is returned upon completion of the trial adoption.

Sara (3 years)

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Sara

Hey there, Sara here. I was saved by New Hope from La Junta, CO. I was turned in to the shelter by a woman who found me very emacaited wandering the streets. 

I am good with other dogs but try to be alpha, so I would do better with a male dog or submissive female dog in my forever home. I also need an owner who will appopriatley correct me when I try to be alpha with other dogs. It just takes me a few minutes and then all I want to do is play, play, play. I have not been tested with cats yet, so I am not sure how I would do with them. 

My potty training is a work in progess. My foster mom thinks I lived most of my life on the street and that's why I am not quite potty trained yet, but I am a fast learner and should learn to only do my business outside soon. I was not a big fan of my kennel when I first came to New Hope but I am learning that being kenneled is not a bad thing. I just bark occassionaly now and then I lay down and go to sleep. 

Unfortunalty, I am heartworm postive but don't worry, New Hope is paying for the treatment to cure me of heartworms. My forever family just needs to understand that I won't be able to do many outdoor activities for about 6-9 months as I undergo my treatment. After I am all clear, I'll be able to join them on all their adventures. 

I just want a family to call my own, where I spend my days lounging around with them. Hope to meet you soon. 

Puppies

Just arrived from Kansas.  Both parents working cattle dogs.  6 females, 2 males.   Applications will be addressed in order received until puppies are gone at which time the picture will be removed from our site. If you have previously submitted an application for a puppy please contact the Adoption Coordinator Angie to be put on the list for this litter. 

Little Bit (3 months)

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Little Bit

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!

Stanley - ETA 2/24/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Stanley - ETA 2/24/19

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!

Jack Jack (8 months)

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Jack Jack

Call me JJ for short.  I came to New Hope with my brother Jon Jon.  I love to play with people and dogs!  I'm a super-sweet snuggler and fairly laid back (for a puppy) ;-).  Would love to have a play buddy but most of all a forever family of my own. 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!

Hoppy (2 years)

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Hoppy

Hey there, I'm Hoppy. I am arriving from southern, TX on 2/8 and will be on the lookout for my forever family. 

The good samaritans in Texas found me on the streets where I could not walk as something was wrong with my legs, but they took care of me and now I just have a funny walk. New Hope is getting me checked out when I arrive in CO and one of my legs may need to be amputated. I may have a little bit of a recovery period but then I can go out on all adventures that my new family wants me to go on. 

I am potty trained but have not spent a lot of time in a kennel so I am still learning. I am a very sweet and affectionate boy. Even though I have had a rough past i know it's smooth sailing from here. 

Can't wait to meet you. 

Ariana (1 year, 3 months)

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Ariana

UPDATE:  Since I was Soooooo pregnant when I arrived to CO  I was not able to have some of my basic vetting completed.  We are now working on that & I will be ready to start meeting people beginning of February.  Thanks for being sooo patient waiting for me!!!!!

Hi there. My name is Ariana. I came from southern Texas where someone thought I was dumped at a gas station. When they went to go catch me so I did not deliver my puppies on the street, they found my previous owners who laughed and said they didn't want me. So...New Hope took me in. I made my way to CO and two days later I gave birth to 8 beautiful and healthy puppies. I will not be ready to go to my forever home until my puppies are weaned and ready for their own homes, which will be around 1/10/19.

I am a very sweet girl but a little shy and it takes me a few minutes to warm up to people. I would love a family that would take me on hikes with them but then let me cuddle up with them at the end of the day. Even though I will not be ready for my forever home until mid January it is never to early to put in an adoption application and come and meet me. I promise I am worth the wait. See you soon!!!

Diesel - ETA 2/24/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Diesel - ETA 2/24/19

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!

Gypsy - ETA 2/24/19 (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Gypsy - ETA 2/24/19

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!

Spicey - ETA 2/26/19 (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Spicey - ETA 2/26/19

I can't believe I am finally coming to New Hope Cattle Dogs in Colorado.  You see, I had puppies and lived in a hoarding situation. Our next door neighbor found us and had been taking care of everyone...  There were 6 dogs, puppies, and 20 cats!  My other friend , also a heeler mix named Cinnamon and I have been waiting since November.  We should be arriving  in February.

Buster Blue (7 months)

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Buster Blue

My name is Buster Blue and I was picked up as a stray in Pharr, TX then transferred to the Welasco TX shelter to wait out my time or hopfully adopted....A kind volunteer contacted NHCDR asking for help and with offers to transport to a  local foster in TX then get me up to a transport in Houston, I will arrive just in time for the adoption event February 10th!  I'm a young heeler, my teeth say around 7 months ...I shared my kennel with a couple of dogs so I am dog friendly and love people too. 

My foster mom has a cat, so far I have not paid it much attention. I love to play in the snow which I have never seen with the 3 buddies here at my foster home.  I did have my rear left leg x-rayed & it showed that I had a broken femur that has already healed in place nicely.  The break did interupt the growth rate of my left leg a little, so it is a wee bit shorter than my right. New Hope is also looking into a related injury to my pelvis .  As soon as that injury is addressed then I will be ready for my new home.  I will need to be on joint support supplements for the rest of my life. I walk and run just fine & I'm not in any pain.  In the meantime I'm working on putting on weight and building my muscles up.  I'm good in my crate and doing awesome going potty outside.  I cant wait to find my forever home here in Colorado!  Thanks   Buster Blue

Mulligan (1 year, 8 months)

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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?

Josie - ETA 2/19/19 (1 year, 7 months) COMING SOON!

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Josie - ETA 2/19/19

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!

Morgan (2 years)

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Morgan

Hi there, I'm Morgan. I respond to "good boy" because that's what I am. I'm very very loving. Even though I'm timid with new people, men mostly, I am very interested in making friends with everyone. I'm not aggressive at all. I don't have food issues, and I am really sweet to cats. I'm good with other dogs, and I like kids as well. I am working very hard on house training, and I hate my kennel. It scares me. I'm still working on being quiet through the night in it, and I'm doing great. 
I'm great on a leash. I don't need a back yard to be happy. I'm really smart and want to please. I would love some agility classes and I've got the speed and heart for it. I need a loving home fast. I'm young, and full of the puppy love energy.  Come and get me!

Tank (7 years, 5 months)

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Tank

Tank is a sweet dog that always wants loves. His Birthday is September 17, 2011. We have had Tank for 7 years and due to our older heeler issues, we’ve made the difficult decision to find a better home for him. He has always been great with our 5 year old twins although he does occasionally snatch food.  We just want him to be with a family that can love him and give him the opportunities we can’t. Fun fact, Tank’s name is from Old School (a Will Ferrell movie) and he has lived up to it. He has slimmed down to a nice 55 lbs. 

 

Here is the list of commands that he knows

Sit
Down (lay down)
Shake
High Five
Take it easy (he will take treats super gentle if you say this)
Potty in Pen (he will go to a designated potty area)

 

 

Tank has been on Kirkland brand Mature dog food for a while. He eats 1-1.5 cups morning and night. He also gets a Digestive enzyme pill from Petco with each meal. It keeps him from being gassy. He loves ice cubes for a treat. The only bones that have stood up to his powerful chewing are Nyla bones.

 

Tank can get in trouble when it comes to stuff lying around the house. He never touched mine or my husband’s stuff but if the kids left something around he would chew it (never quite got that under control). We did have him crate trained early on.

Jake (2 years, 4 months)

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Jake

Hi there, I'm Jake. I was found as a stray in Kansas and then made my way to CO with New Hope. 

I am about a 2 year old heeler mix. We think I may be mixed with Husky or Akita as I am a little bit bigger, around 55 pounds and I love to be outside in the cold weather. 

I am potty trained and crate trained. I am good with other dogs but lack self confidence and don't really understand how to interact with them. I watch from afar when all the other dogs in the house play. I wimper and wag my tail but I am not sure how to play with them yet, although I am getting better everyday. 

Sometimes I growl when meeting new dogs but with a little correction I shake it off and then get along well with the other dog I am interacting with.

I need a family who is willing to help build my self confidence. I don't like walking on a leash very much but I am getting better everyday. 

I love kids and will let them topple all over me and play with me and don't complain one bit. I think I would do okay living with a cat as I don't have much prey drive. 

Just on the lookout for my forever family and I am hoping you're it.