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.

Rylee (1 year) COMING SOON!

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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!

Barry (2 years, 3 months)

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Barry is a sweet boy who loves to hike and go on walks. He is a little wary of new people, but warms up with proper introductions, (but good meeting new dogs). He loves playing with other dogs and, older children recommended. He shows strong prey drive with squirrels and rabbits, so probably no cats either. He’ll take a bit to settle into his home, but he gets a little better everyday and loves being rewarded with belly rubs. He will be your velcro activity buddy and is looking for a home with lots of guidance and activity. Barry loves hiking along the streams and trails where he can just explore and be with his family.

Rune - COURTESY LISTING (3 years, 10 months)

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Rune is a sweet, affectionate, active, and silly rescue pup. He is very smart and well trained. He has never had issues with chewing or counter-surfing. He loves to cuddle with people, and learn new tricks. He is very smart and loves to show off all the many tricks he knows (sit, stay, lay, weave through legs, spin, right paw, left paw, "come" to sit facing me, heel to sit at my side, and more). He would do best with older children. He can be dog reactive and should be introduced correctly and slowly to others. Call 602.524.9305 if interested.

Biscuit (2 months)

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My name is Biscuit and don’t let my sad puppy dog eyes fool you, I am a super happy puppy, and I can’t wait to find my forever home. I love to play with my sisters and brothers and snuggle with my foster family! My favorite thing to do is run and hop around everywhere, and when I see a person, I always try to jump into their arms! I am excited to find my new family who will help me grow and learn how to be the best dog ever, just like my mama, Elsa! Hurry and get me so that I can jump into your arms soon!

Owen - COURTESY LISTING (3 years, 3 months)

Learn more about Owen - COURTESY LISTING


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

Poppy (6 years, 4 months)

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Poopi’s owner passed away unexpectedly and Poppi willing with her bff cat Fergi sat there over 6 hours by her side before found. new Hope Cattle Dogs was happy to find a foster during this difficult time..There was no family member who was willing to take them. now even though we are not cat rescue, i’m trying to help Find Fergi a home too so let us know if anyone out there is looking for a long hair calico

Teddy (2 years, 4 months)

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When Teddy first arrived, he was very scared and wanted to run away (which he did a couple of times, but always came back). Initially, he needed to be on-leash in the back yard to ensure his safety, but he has since graduated to being off-leash in the fenced yard. He is still afraid of new people and new environments, but has come a long way since we first got him and will warm up to the situation so long as it is not forced on him. His new family will need to slowly let him adjust to their surroundings and get used to their schedule before he can be independent. Teddy has done well with the foster family’s dog and has learned from him and another dog in his new home would be very beneficial for Teddy to learn from and take queues from. He typically looks to the family dog to determine how to react in certain situations that are uncertain or potentially stressful. Teddy has started to walk on leash around the neighborhood and does well until he encounters other people or animals and will want to flee. He has been getting better, but will need more exposure to this experience to gain more confidence. Teddy is a very caring, loving, and gentle dog and has never been aggressive in any situation. His initial reaction is to flee rather than fight if he’s nervous or scared. He appreciates a calm environment and would not do well somewhere that is noisy or chaotic. He enjoys getting head scratches and body rubs and will hang out with his foster family in the evenings watching television. He also enjoys being outdoors and running with the family dog for some play time. It’s sweet to see him sitting on the patio and peacefully looking out over the open space. He’s super cute and funny when he gets the zoomies both in the house and outside. He’s a happy boy and will make a wonderful addition to the right family!!

Bluee (6 months)

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Bluee was pulled from clovis nm for space and his shyness. He has come along way in 5 weeks. He is still on the shy side but lets us pet and takes treats from his fosters, likes to be under the table, doing well on a slip lead leash and is learning how to finally play. He's neutered and vetted and looking for his family who will teach him the ropes on all the adventures he'll get to enjoy

Bonded Girls ~ Courtesy Listing

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Bonded Girls ~ Courtesy Listing

These 2 bonded beautiful red heeler girls are looking for a new active home. They are a little shy at first, but are very active and loving. Not sure about other dogs/kids/cats at this time. Very heeler around livestock so you would need to be in charge and have a history with this breed. Please contact me: Tessa Roumph #970-541-4527 Sterling CO

Ochita (2 months)

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Hi, I'm Ochita. I'm a sweet little girl just looking for a home. My momma is one of the best momma's ever! I have been with her since I was born but I'm ready to venture off and go on new adventures! Maybe some hiking, maybe some camping, I'm even open to fishing! I would love to join a family with some kids or maybe I can be the only one and just be spoiled for a little while! :-) Put in your application to meet me now!


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!

Justice (1 year, 4 months)

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Notes from the foster home: Justice is full of personality and loves his person! I recommend he goes to a breed-savvy home that understands cattle dogs and their specific traits. He shows a lot of herding instincts on a daily basis. Justice knows basic commands like sit, down, stay, place and heel. He also has a good off-leash recall and will come with continued free training support. I recommend Justice goes to a home with other dogs as he is pretty social, but I would not recommend a home with small children. Justice is a sweet boy and deserves a home that loves and understands him.

Roper (1 year) COMING SOON!

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Roper has had a very rough and non loving past. His owner is under a court issue case but all will be ok now that he and his sister will be here in colorado... They will be artiving soon

Monthly Adoption Event - June 2nd, 2024

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Monthly Adoption Event - June 2nd, 2024

The next adoption event is on June 2nd 2024 from 11 am to 1 pm at The Bark Club located at 3225 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Unit F, Lakewood, CO. Please fill out an online adoption application at PRIOR to attending!

Kiara (1 year, 2 months) COMING SOON!

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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!

Moo moo (1 year)

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Moo moo

Moo moo is from Roswell NM and is in foster care here. She likes to play outside but is a little possessive inside so will need a strong hand teaching her who’s in charge and needs to earn her role in the pack. moo moo goes in her crate and good in a car , just need to know her human is in charge..

Ochi (2 years, 4 months)

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Hi, I'm Ochi and I'm a New Mexico dog.....that means I am simply the BEST! In case you didn't know, dogs from New Mexico absolutely ROCK! I came to New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue with my seven puppies and I am one awesome momma. I did my job and now they are all finding their homes. Now, it is my turn! I get along with other dogs and I am super-sweet. My foster-mom never has me on a leash on their property and I stay right with her. She even calls me off of bunny rabbits...and they are everywhere. I even try to see them first and get a good jump start but as soon as she says Ochi, I stop! I may be fast, but she is faster! I love people and I am ready to find some of my own. My foster mom says that she will miss me but there is someone out there that is going to love me even more than she does. She keeps telling me that I'm going to spoil someone more than they are going to spoil me! I'M READY, BRING IT! Fill out an application to meet me!

Ash (1 year, 2 months)

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Ash is a very energetic young dog that would make a great hiking and running companion! He was found abandoned locked in a house with another dog. Despite his past he is trusting and friendly with humans and other dogs, however I would not recommend a home with cats. He is playful and loves fetch. Ash knows basic commands and off-leash recall! He is also crate trained. Ash’s adoption comes with free unlimited training support and discounted boarding!

Dottie (10 months)

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Dottie is very sweet, smart, and eager to please. She enjoys snuggling, following you around, going for walks, and rambunctiously playing with her foster brother. Dottie is mostly potty trained, still getting used to a crate, and likes to chew on just about anything she finds on the ground (or within reach). Dottie has high energy and lower confidence, she will do better in a home with another dog or someone who is active and can spend more time with her. At the end of the day, all she wants is to be close to you.

Corrine (6 months)

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Cori is a loving dog with a joyful personality. She's always happy to see us, and she loves everyone she meets! She is a high energy pleasing dog and is very responsive to both praise and scolding. She's a very quick learner. Cori loves hiking and will happily go anywhere you'll take her! She has bounds of puppy energy. While Cori is a generally easygoing dog, she will bark if someone comes to the door and would likely be loyal and protective once she's been in a consistent home for a while. Cori does great with other dogs,,she plays well with our young dog while respecting the space of our older dog.