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.

Kingsley (3 years)

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Kingsley

Whoever dumped Kingsley or let her roam and not reclaim this sweet, shy, and dog that just wants to be loved....I have no words. She is safe here now with new hope cattle dogs of Colorado and we will find that family to build your confidence back up. Still shy and exploring things but will come up to you and take treats out of your hand . She seems housebroken and is fine with the foster’s dogs .

Maize (4 months) COMING SOON!

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Maize

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!

Momma & Hank (Courtesy Listing)

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Momma & Hank (Courtesy Listing)

Hank is a sweet, affectionate 60lb loyal floppy eared healer. He is very smart and trained (he herds his sister “Momma” and keeps her from wondering off – they are best friends). He does not chew or counter-surf but is interested to know what is cooking up there on the stove. Hank will sit next to you on the couch, however, is content to lay at your feet or on in his bed. He is very smart and loves to chase the ball but is not high maintenance and does like his naps. Momma is the sweetest girl ever – we rescued her when she was about 9 mo old after just having 8 puppies. She will love you with her eyes when you tell her what a “good good girl” she is. She is 65lbs of soft soft fur. She is very smart, comes when called – and currently working on a vibrating collar for recall. (her brother Hank herds her and keeps her from wondering off – they are best friends). She does not chew and loves to be a part of the family. Please contact Vicki King for more information. 970-593-8515

Sydney (3 months)

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Sydney

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!

Pepper boy (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Pepper boy

Pepper boy was found hanging around a junkyard in Roswell NM with his friend a cat. He is sweet & gentle, dog friendly, people, and cat friendly. A little shy but loves to play. Hoping he finds his new home soon so he can enjoy the trails, creeks, and adventures Colorado has to offer.

Alvis (Courtesy List) (2 years, 9 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 fourcornerspetalliance@gmail.com __________________________________________ 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 fourcornerspetalliance.org, then to the forms page to download an adoption application. We appreciate serious inquiries only, but if you have questions email us at: fourcornerspetalliance@gmail.com

Owen - COURTESY LISTING (3 years, 2 months)

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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 clearcreekrescue@yahoo.com or by calling 303-890-1806 Our adoption application is on our rescue website www.hfaccr.org

Rojito (8 months)

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Rojito

Rojito is a heeler mix, who is sweet once he is comfy with surroundings. Loves kids, people, and seems dog friendly once he gets slow introduction. . He is better sharing toys ( loves stuffed squeaker toys) with dogs thanks to his foster home working with him. Rojito gets anxious when a dog comes around his crate too but that is his safe spot and he’s getting better. He must have been bullied while out on the streets. Belly rubs, treats, and scratches behind his ears are things he sure enjoys. Give him time and socialization by walking on a leash - he enjoys those walks, and being around different surroundings and he’ll be a fun dog to have .. Would love a patio or outdoor balcony as basking in sun is his favorite relaxing moment.

Carlos (2 years)

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Carlos

Hola, I am Senor Carlos! I have progressed from a fearful and timid dog who occasionally nipped to a dog who enjoys running along side a bike and conquering new adventures. With the help of my trainer, Lena Johnson, I have learned to calm myself in stressful situations and handle situations without reacting. Through her innovative technique of blindfolding me I have learned how to use my nose and smell my way through environmental stressors. Because of this training I am much better with people and good with dogs and cats. For information, pictures, or videos, contact Lena at (719) 678-3335.

Maple (Vera Puppy) (3 months)

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Maple (Vera Puppy)

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!

Teddy (2 years, 3 months)

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Teddy

This handsome young man has learned so much in the last 2 months. He is the sweetest boy around also. He’s about 2 years old, found as a stray in Roswell, NM, and is neutered, microchipped, and house trained. He will thrive in a home filled with love, attention, patience, another dog, and probably where someone works from home as he loves to be with his humans. He does well with other dogs. He will need extra TLC and patience to learn the routine of the home initially and build trust. He has gained some confidence and has been going in the fenced yard without a leash now and is so so happy to run around the backyard chasing his friend. Since he has gotten used to his foster family and resident dog, he is less of a flight risk than he was initially. He loves to play with the dog he lives with and really loves to pounce and play in the snow! He seems very content while snuggling on the couch while the foster family watches TV. He has learned so much from his new friend at the foster home and has started to come out of his shell, but still is a little shy. With some time, lots of love, attention, and patience, this handsome boy will add so much to a family as they don’t come any sweeter!!!

Monthly Adoption Event - May 5th, 2024

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Monthly Adoption Event - May 5th, 2024

The next adoption event is on May 5th, 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 coloradoheelers.com PRIOR to attending!

Esther (5 months) COMING SOON!

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Esther

Esther will be arriving to nhcdr 4/17/24 from AR. She was a stray and the person who found her is getting her ready for transport. We are told she is nice and dog friendly. Once she arrives her foster home will update.

Rune - COURTESY LISTING (3 years, 9 months)

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Rune - COURTESY LISTING

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.

Ned (4 months)

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Ned

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!

Rosalie (8 months)

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Rosalie

Rosalie is a darling little princess! She's nervous at first, when meeting new people, but has quickly learned people mean pets and snuggles. She has been getting along well with her bigger foster brother, and would likely love having another dog in the house to help her learn the ropes. She's very mellow for a cattle dog mix once she gets her wiggles out, and just wants to cuddle with you in your lap or at your feet. She loves to play with her toys, other dogs, and is even learning to respect the resident cats! Rosalie is crate trained, potty trained, and sleeps through the night in or out of her kennel. Although, she would certainly prefer a nice soft bed to share with her person! When Rosalie is meeting strangers her tendency is to bark but she is getting more comfortable and confident as she is getting socialized. She doesn't bark or get destructive when left home alone or in her kennel for a few hours a day, so despite her nervousness, she isn't likely to bother the neighbors!

Shaw (2 years, 3 months)

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Shaw

Hi, Shaw here! I came from Clovis, NM with my stray friend Hobbs. I’m about 2 years old, neutered, and up to date on my vetting. My foster is thrilled to report that I love dogs, people, and children. I got to meet some very small children at New Hope’s April adoption event and I adored them! I laid right down for belly rubs and was very gentle with them even though I can be mouthy, pawsy, and jumpy sometimes. I had so much fun playing with the other dogs too. I would love to have a dog friend in my furever home, but I would be okay with just my people too. I love food and usually take my treats gently. I’m learning how to sit, shake, and lay down and I’m already crate trained and house trained (excepting for excited wees). I take corrections well and I’m eager to please. I don’t pull the leash on walks, but I like to wander and might trip you instead. My fur is super soft and I have a funny black “m” shaped marking on my behind. I can’t wait to go to my furever home, so please submit your application for me!

Taylor (2 years, 3 months)

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Taylor

Taylor is very shy, and would do best in a fenced yard. Being a Heeler he needs more than daily walks and just needs love and help getting over his need to be protective. Probably better with older kids. We are working on crate training right now

Barry (2 years, 1 month)

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Barry

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, Barry has some "bull in a china shop’ ways—so probably not best with younger children. 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.

Mike (Vera Puppy) (2 months)

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Mike (Vera Puppy)

Hi I'm Mike. Yep I look a LOT like my dad who was Rottweiler, but my mom is a blue heeler. I'm a sweet guy and if you would like to meet me, please complete an adoption application and pick me as one of your dogs of interest.