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.

Bella Roxy (2 years)

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Bella Roxy

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!

Alvis (Courtesy List) (2 years, 5 months)

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Alvis (Courtesy List)

The Animal Shelter in Gallup, New Mexico has asked New Hope for assistance in finding a forever home for Alvis. Below is Alvis' bio. For additional information, or answers to questions, email Babbette at __________________________________________ Alvis is a 2-year-old Border Collie/Heeler mix, or what we call a herding dog combo. Well, this boy, whatever his mix, has come a long way. He was trapped at the westside Allsup's store in Gallup in mid-November 2022 and took about three months to come around. And boy, he has "come around!" He's sweet and loving, and also bursting at the seams with energy galore. He loves playing with the dogs at his foster home, and loves belly, ears, and butt scratches. Alvis is great on a leash, too. He's used to being an outdoor dog, so he's currently kenneled, but gets his indoor kickback and backyard play time with resident dogs, plus plenty of walkies. He refuses to deal with any conflict with the resident dogs, and he will retreat to a different part of the yard rather than get into any confrontations, one of his many notable attributes. Some basic training would really help him, as he aims to please. He knows sit and lay down. He picked up these commands rather easily. Areas that need growth, but getting better ... jumping, but not always necessarily on a person. He's making improvements over time, and we just know he'll make an active family happy with his unconditional love and tender heart. Alvis is up to date on shots and neutered. He would not be an idea dog on a farm with small animals, but we could see him doing great with horses and cattle. Adoption donation is $150. He's currently being fostered in Sanders, AZ, so if you live out of the area and want to adopt, we may charge a fuel fee for transport. If interested, you can go to, then to the forms page to download an adoption application. We appreciate serious inquiries only, but if you have questions email us at:

Bosco (1 year, 5 months)

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Bosco is a special boy! He is a very sweet and calm gentleman, playful and polite. He'll warm your heart with his soulful eyes and how adorably he cocks his head when you speak to him. He is crate trained, house trained, and good on the leash. He likes to play with other dog friends as well as toys and balls. He will benefit from training to learn to bring his toys back to you and play fetch. He knows how to sit too and takes treats gently from your hand. Bosco is ready to become a loving part of your family!

Cornbread (3 years, 1 month) COMING SOON!

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Hi there! I am a heeler mix, my ears are not standing up but I have the heart and personality of a heeler. I’m still in Clovis NM until I find transport but I’m in a foster home down there. I was picked up as a stray with my family sibling Hamie and not one single person came looking for us. Cornbread info will be updated once his NM foster lets him settle in he is dog friendly though and neutered.

Nick (2 years, 5 months)

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Nick aka “Air Nick”, Nicholas or The Nickster is a 2 year old Red Heeler male who is incredibly smart, eager to please, and loves to play catch! Nick is the perfect dog to play fetch in the backyard and play with his toys in the house. He doesn’t need the dog park or outdoor activities. He is a homebody who loves to cuddle on the couch, bed or hammock. Super smart- he learned to rollover in 5 easy tries. Fill out an application now to meet NICK!

Harrie (8 months)

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Harrie seems to be very smart and a quick learner. He knows sit and is learning that he doesn’t go through the door first. Harrie can be food assertive, not aggressive, but he is still learning that hands are not part of the treat.. He’ll need work in that. A good eater., Harrie is a table/counter surfer if he smells food or treats. Harrie sleeps through the night quietly in his crate. For the most part he is potty trained but he is a patio pooper if you don’t go out with him to the grassy area. He does stands by the door when he wants to go out. Harrie plays independently and loves to shake his toys. Very interested in the chickens so maybe no small furry or feathery animals until he can be tested more. He's very quiet for a young dog and seems to have a good nature. Looks you in the eyes when you talk to him and comes quickly when called. Harrie is working on his leash walking - he loves the Z walking pattern - working on it! He’s a snuggler if you let him on the sofa with you. He’ll pile up half on and half off of you and take a nap. He wants to play with another dog but may need more experience on what is ok and what is enough. Harrie is a sweet pup looking for some loving guidance in his fur-ever home.

Fae (4 years, 10 months)

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Lively, attentive and athletic. Hello my name is Fae and I was rescued from a rural shelter in Oklahoma. I arrived with a complicated medical issue that has been resolved thanks to the perseverance and funding from New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue. I am looking for a semi-active person or family who wants me to be part of their pack for walking, hiking, eating and chilling. My new favorite activity is walking off-leash at the Cherry Creek Dog Park where I can run on the trail and frolic in the water. I would be happy to do this for the rest of my life. I like toys and tennis balls but I am not a retriever. I am vocal when I am happy or I want to get your attention. I know how to use the doggie door and do well in my kennel. I could live with another dog or be your one and only. I do attach to my person and sometimes want to be your numero uno doggie. I am spayed, heartworm negative and up to date on my vaccines. There are pictures and videos of me on the Instagram page itheeledme. PS: I like to run on retaining walls and I will eat your hiking books and Birkenstocks. Cheers!

Reese (4 months)

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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!

Lucky (11 months)

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Lucky is a sweet and loyal girl that loves to be with people. She was recently surrendered because the owner did not have a yard or enough time to give her the exercise she needs. She is a little stressed in her transition and ends up wanting to be with her foster mom a lot! Small children make her nervous, so she would do best in a home without young children. She plays well with other dogs but can be a territorial if competing for attention from her people. Lucky is super smart and knows her basic commands, has great recall and walks well on a leash. Lucky is almost 1 year old and appears to be a full bred cattle dog. Like any young cattle dog, she has energy and needs lots of activity. She is so eager to please and just wants a loving home. Lucky can be protective so an experienced cattle dog owner would be helpful! Apply today to meet this girl.

Mandy - COURTESY LISTING (2 years, 8 months)

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Hi, I'm Mandy. I'm a sweet little girl who is looking for a home by no fault of my own! I would love to have a home with a big yard so I can run and play, possibly with children and other dogs. I'm only 2.5 years old and I have all of my shots and a lovely temperament. If you can welcome me into your home, please contact Deborah at 720.355.2750.

Rosie - COURTESY LISTING (4 years, 4 months)

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Currently up to date with all vaccinations, as well as spayed. She is a friendly, loyal dog, good with kids, enjoys a good pat and treats. She likes to take charge and has the instinct to herd. Her owner is moving to. Australia. She will come with remaining food, treats, bed, harness, and carrier. Call Aaron at 303.898.2341.

Carlos (1 year, 8 months)

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Carlos is an amazing “little” guy! He’s about 55lbs of pure, teenage energy! He is prone to over excitement which causes him to become a bit jumpy and mouthy but he has been steadily improving each week. Carlos has displayed a strong prey-drive and since there are outdoor cats and critters where he goes for walks right now, he wears a muzzle just to be safe. He also is working on his leash walking – again because he is so excited to see other dogs. He loves other dogs! His play style can be a bit much for some dogs but he takes cues well. Carlos is a fast learner when he slows down enough to pay attention! He’s extremely food motivated and knows his basics such as sit, lay down, off, wait, and he can even shake! He’s also crate trained and will happily run in for a treat and settle right down if left alone. As mentioned, he is also muzzle trained and would come with his current basket muzzle, along with some favorite enrichment toys and kong feeder. He should continue training to work on his excitability, impulse control, and leash reactivity. Side Notes: Carlos would be a fantastic doggy athlete! With his speed and energy, he would likely excel at fast-CAT, dock diving, or even nose work! He has so much potential and his foster family loves him very much! We all want to seem him live his best life and will help any potential adopter set him up for success!

Buster/Fish (1 year, 1 month)

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Buster( was Fish) is a very friendly and sweet boy. The gate at the foster home in NM was left open and Buster got out and was hit by a car where he took a bad tumble and had cuts and scrapes but was checked by a Dr and is doing ok. Buster is now in Colorado… non stop playing in the snow, found the toy basket , and loves to be scratched and petted. He is neutered and ready for his forever family . He loves playing in a backyard as he really enjoys the outdoors. Fish goes in his crate well, seems housetrained as he follows his foster’s dog out to go. Fish is a friendly, sweet dog who will be a nice addition to an family.

Natsu (6 years, 4 months)

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Happy, gentle and kind. Allow me to introduce myself…my name is Natsu and I was rescued from a rural shelter in Kansas when a transport partner advocated on my behalf. I have been living with broken bones for who knows how long. My elbow was fractured and healed in such a way that my front leg hangs at an angle. I still use the leg for balance and I like to ask for affection by giving you a bent leg hug. My rear femur is fractured at the top and I most likely will have FHO surgery to rectify. I am on pain meds right now and although I am broken, I am very able. I can run fast to try and catch the squirrels and I can jump on the bed. I do like walking, especially if I am with a doggie friend. I love dogs and would like to have a dog sibling in my forever home. I am still learning to trust people and do best if you approach me from a crouched or seated stance. I haven’t had any accidents in the house and I like to lay at the back door or in the backyard and watch the world go by. There are some pictures and videos of me on Instagram on the page itheeledme. I am neutered and heartworm negative and will receive my last vaccine on 10/8. Please inquire about me soon. PS: I do not like thunderstorms or fireworks but I do love stuffed toys.

Owen - COURTESY LISTING (2 years, 10 months)

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Owen was rescued from a shelter where he was going to be euthanized and now he has a chance to find a family of his own !  Owen is 1 1/2 years old, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and Heartworm negative.  Owen would be a great walking, running or hiking companion.  He would do best as the only pet and with children 12 and older.  He is a little shy at first but warms up quickly.  He is looking forward to meeting a person or family that will love him for a lifetime !  Any questions can be emailed to or by calling 303-890-1806 Our adoption application is on our rescue website

Monthly Adoption Event

Come visit available dogs! December 10th, 2023 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The Bark Club 3225 S Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80227 Submit your adoption application first!

Edie (1 year, 9 months)

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Playful, Athletic, Smooth Hello my name is Edie and I was rescued from Roswell, NM earlier this year. I was adopted out to a family with a young child and I loved them but I was returned to the rescue because I wouldn’t let visitors into the home and I nipped an outside family member when he unexpectedly reached for me. I am currently living in a low-visitor household with several dogs and I am loving my life. I have a lot of energy but I am not frantic. My energy and movements are smooth like my beautiful coat. I spend most of my day playing with my dog pals and running from the front window to the backyard in an effort to manage the squirrel and rabbit population. I pull on the leash during my walks because those bitty bunnies are everywhere! I can walk in the neighborhood and at the park and do my own thing but I still need practice meeting people and other dogs while out and about. Please know that I am loving and loyal and I will walk 500 miles with you. There are pictures and videos of me on the Instagram page itheeledme. Shout out to New Hope foster dogs Natsu and Fae who have accepted me into their pack. PS: I do not like Frankenstein yard decorations but I do like goose poop…and bananas. Tata for now.

Vena (1 year, 1 month)

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Vena is a sweet, curious, highly trainable girl who is able to quickly adapt to new environments. She has curly soft fur that seems to be low-shed. She is food motivated and knows to "sit" and "lay down." She is working on "stay" and "bed" and is learning quickly. She follows her foster humans everywhere around the house and plays well with their 2 year old corgi. She barks loudly with her tail wagging for a few minutes when new humans enter her home, but because of her otherwise sweet demeanor, we think this is her saying "hi" loudly. She is very well house trained and is comfortable with hanging out in her crate while her humans are gone and at night. She will bark right when you leave her but she stops after a few minutes so maybe not the best for those in an apartment building. She does need some consistent work on walks because she lunges and barks at joggers and other dogs. She is still just a puppy and super smart -- but we think she would do best with individualized attention in a single dog home.