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!

Harley (3 years) COMING SOON!

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Harley

Harley is a 3 year old spayed female dog that was surrendered to owner having a baby and not enough time...We are told she is dog friendly . She will be arriving to NHCDR May 28th....

Aurora Mae (deaf) (5 months)

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Aurora  Mae (deaf)

Let's not let this little hearing impaired turn you away...Aurora Mae was an owner surrender, but well taken care of. She is dog and kid friendly, but not sure on cats. Aurora has plenty of puppy energy and absolutely loves to play with toys. She will eat in her crate and go in it for quiet time, but doesn't like to be alone. When walking on leash she doesn't react to noises due to her deafness. Because of this she isn't afraid of cars and will want to chase them, so no retractable leashes please. This is on very special little girl that deserves lots of love and will be more than happy to return it.

Pam (5 months)

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Pam

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!

Yukon (1 year, 7 months)

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Yukon

Say "hi" to Yukon. He and his brother Yeti (also featured here) were originally adopted through New Hope to a nice couple as pups, then grew up to be bigger than expected and, well, here they again. Yukon is Heeler/Pyrenees mix, very friendly, social, and playful. He is potty trained, walks well on leash and is okay being both indoors and outside. He has a short coat (Pyrenees are typically long-haired) which helps keep him from getting over heated during the warm months. This is one big, beautiful, loving fella that will make someone very happy. Plus, if one isn't enough, you can always adopt both brothers and get double the love.

Bandit (1 year)

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Bandit

Bandit came from Eureka, KS. He just got neutered 4/2/21 and barely bothers his healing surgical site! He can be quite shy at first in new situations, but warms up rather fast. He likes to play (a bit mouthy, but takes correction well), likes toys (sometimes), and loves to curl up next to you on the couch. He's a calm follower and a little love bug. He seems keen to meet and play with his foster siblings, but has to be patient while healing from surgery for now. He appears to be house trained and crate trained. He sleeps through the night no noise and no messes. However, he will let you know when he's feeling left out when in his crate. He likes food and eats well, very gentle taking treats. Bandit is gonna make a wonderful, loving, and fun companion!

Spur (2 years) COMING SOON!

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Spur

Spur will be coming up from Corsicanna TX and was picked up as a stray like so many of the dogs down that way. He is heartworm positive and has been started on meds but NHCDR will start his protocol once he arrives, May 28th...

Nola (1 year)

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Nola

Nola comes to Nhcdr from KS. They said she is a corgi / Heeler mix and about 40 lbs That stocky body won't stop her from enjoying the Colorado trails and we are told loves to play!

Ritzie (1 year, 10 months)

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Ritzie

Ritzie is a head strong spayed female heeler looking for a heeler savvy home w/a yard, male dog pals, no cats/small animals or kids under 15. She is house/leash/crate trained. She needs a home where crating will be minimal as she has a tendency to develop a uti if crated too often. She loves to snuggle and would be a great running/hiking buddy.

Bernie (2 years, 1 month)

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Bernie

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!

Karleigh (3 years) COMING SOON!

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Karleigh

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!

Johnny (1 year, 6 months)

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Johnny

Hi there!

My name is Johnny. I'm a shy boy who just came up from Texas. I'm gentle and quiet and afraid of everything. I would do best in a quiet home with a caretaker who understands I will need a lot of time to fully open up. My foster mom and foster dog siblings are currently working with me to build up the confidence to meet someone new and not to hide all the time. When that time comes I'll be ready to go to a new forever home!

Yeti (1 year, 7 months)

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Yeti

And this is Yeti, Yukon's brother. Yeti is also Heeler/Pyrenees mix and has a shorter coat. He is super friendly and socially well adjusted, pottie trained, playful, has good leash manners, and gets along with other dogs. Pyrenees are known for being well mannered gentle giants. They like having quiet time in the house, and enjoy a predictable, orderly lifestyle. They are also great natural guard dogs. If measuring love by the pound, Yeti would break the scales.