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Boots (Scooby)

Male Adult 31 Flavors Mixes (mixed)

Hi! My name is Boots! I am still very puppy-like and am such a lover. I can be a bit bashful when I first meet you, but give me a few mi... show more

Hi! My name is Boots! I am still very puppy-like and am such a lover. I can be a bit bashful when I first meet you, but give me a few minutes, and I looooove them! I will give kisses and play. I get along great with other dogs, big and small. I play well with older children. I haven't been exposed to young children yet, but I am sure I would do well if they weren't rough with me. I learned how to use the doggy door at my foster home in about a week and a half - that was after I learned what it was like to be inside a house for the first time. I was fascinated the first time a saw a television and was very confused by stairs in the beginning. I have adjusted well and I am a wonderful friend. I do pretty well with a leash as long as I am wearing a harness because I do not like wearing a collar. I need to be in a calm home with humans that are not loud. I need a lot of positive reinforcement because I am very smart, but still will revert to being scared if anyone comes towards me too fast.  I love to chase and wrestle other dogs all day long and need another dog friend in my home. I will be an amazing adventure dog one day and I would thrive from long walks/hikes. I just need humans that will be loving and patient with me while I become comfortable in their lives, then I will be forever loyal to them. Are you perfect to be my forever home?  Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less

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Hilda

Female Adult Labrador Retriever American Bulldog (mixed)

Hilda’s story captured the hearts of many here at RezDawgs and beyond….  She and her two puppies were dumped at the end of a driveway in... show more

Hilda’s story captured the hearts of many here at RezDawgs and beyond….  She and her two puppies were dumped at the end of a driveway in rural New Mexico - extremely emaciated, infected with tapeworms and suffering from a painful, itchy skin condition. Hilda was lucky enough to catch a ride on one of our transports to Colorado and has been in the loving care of one of our dedicated foster families since March 1st.  Hilda’s transformation has been amazing! She has gained 18 pounds and is now at a healthy weight of 63 pounds. Her tapeworms are gone and her skin condition has healed up nicely.  Hilda is a very sweet, mild mannered/mellow, happy dog who tends to be a little timid initially. However, once you gain her trust, she is very affectionate and loyal. Hilda loves her people and will gladly follow them from room to room just to be close.  Now that she’s medically rehabilitated, Hilda is ready to meet her forever family! She is house and crate trained, walks well on a leash, is very smart and learns quickly. Hilda gets along with dogs and cats with proper introductions. Like many rescue dogs, she would benefit from some training to address her prey drive and manners when meeting other dogs on leash.  The ideal home for Hilda would have a yard with a 6’ fence (this athletic girl can jump!). While she is friendly with children, her size and enthusiasm mean that she would do best in a home with no small children. An active owner who will be able to include Hilda in their outdoor adventures would be wonderful!   Currently being fostered in Highlands Ranch. Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less

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Peanut

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Hi! My name is Peanut and I'm currently being fostered in Boulder, CO. I was living on the streets for awhile before some nice people in... show more

Hi! My name is Peanut and I'm currently being fostered in Boulder, CO. I was living on the streets for awhile before some nice people in New Mexico found me and got me on a transport to Colorado! I love my new life - I spend lots of time chasing squirrels in the backyard, rolling around in the grass, and playing with all my new toys (I especially love the squeaky ones). I love walks but I'm still learning the rules, sometimes I try to chase cars if I think they're going too fast. I'm happy to hang out in a crate for a few hours, especially with a peanut butter snack, but I've been doing well with free roam of the house too. Right now I live with another dog, and we get along great! It did take me some warm up time though, I'm a bit protective of my people and my space. I've also spent some time hanging out with a cat and didn't mind his company at all. I haven't met any kids, but I do play kind of rough so I shouldn't move into a house with small children. If you'd like to meet me, please fill out an adoption application! Also please double check that the place you live allows pit mixes! Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less

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Tracy

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier Boxer (mixed)

Tracy (AKA as Lexy) is a beautiful, calm, and dedicated girl. About two years old and 62 pounds, Tracy is a full-grown young adult (she... show more

Tracy (AKA as Lexy) is a beautiful, calm, and dedicated girl. About two years old and 62 pounds, Tracy is a full-grown young adult (she will not grow any bigger). In addition to being housetrained, she knows how to use a doggy door to take herself outside, and she walks nicely on leash... on either a short leash or Flexi, Tracy typically stays close to her person and doesn't pull ahead (she does get pretty excited if she sees a squirrel or rabbit though). Tracy currently lives with four other dogs at her foster home and gets along great with them (all are smaller than her; one is only 21 lbs). Her foster home does not have children, but due to her low-key personality, more than likely Tracy would be great with older kids (over 8 years old) once she gets to know them as "her people." She is affectionate, likes to be petted and talked to, and loves to give people kisses! Tracy is a big fan of belly scratches too. She also likes to sploosh around in streams or lakes (video here: https://youtu.be/MiAz_XDR72U), but her foster people haven't seen her swimming yet. Tracy seems to mostly be a couch potato who likes relaxing and snoozing away the day; however, she also enjoys her daily walks with her crew, and sometimes she gets "the zoomies" and will run fast and try to play and rough-house with her dog buddies (but being much, much older than she is, the other dogs don't really want to play with her). Being a pibble, Tracy does the "frog leg" stretch-out posture sometimes, and when she's sleeping hard, she snores a little... both really adorable behaviors, in her foster people's opinion! They've seen her having a good dream and wagging her tail while asleep as well. Tracy is spayed, microchipped, up to date on shots, and ready to go home to her forever home. If you'd like to come meet Tracy to see if this mushy-faced meatball is the right fit for your home (she is being fostered in Longmont, CO), please submit an adoption application today! Here's a video of Tracy on leash: https://youtu.be/wIrHaB5DHHQ Another video of her with her foster dog buddies: https://youtu.be/959wOMFvuKc And Tracy being calm, patiently waiting to go home after going to the vet: https://youtu.be/Lj0R9OXYqqo Be sure to follow RezDawg Rescue on Facebook and Instagram! Our adoption fees cover transport from a reservation or high-intake shelter, vaccinations, deworming, food, alteration, any needed treatments and microchipping for identification. We foster our animals in homes around Colorado instead of one central facility, so your adoption payment goes further toward helping more animals find safe homes filled with love. show less