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Dee

Female Baby Husky 31 Flavors Mixes (mixed)

Hi my name is Dee. I love to be called Dee Dee. I am a nine week old husky mix. I weigh 11.7 pounds. I am the biggest female and I am st... show more

Hi my name is Dee. I love to be called Dee Dee. I am a nine week old husky mix. I weigh 11.7 pounds. I am the biggest female and I am still growing. I am good with dogs, kids, and cats. I came from Gallup New Mexico. I was found abandoned by a college with my sister and brothers. I have been in my foster home for a couple weeks now and I am adjusting very well. I am a very outgoing-energetic- little girl. I will warm up to you right away. I am working on potty training. I was the first one to go to the door when I had to go potty. I am doing great at kennel training. I sleep all the way through the night. I love to play with my toys. My my ropes are my favorite. I drag them all over the yard. I love food time. If my foster family would let me I would share my food with all my siblings. I am a very outgoing little girl and I get really excited when you come see me. I have a foster Kitty and I don't mind her at all. I also have a foster bird and she don't bother me. I play very well with my big Foster siblings, we have a lot of fun. I love to be held and snuggled. I can't wait until you pick me up so I can nibble your ears. I am spayed and I'm working on all my shots. I have my baby teeth. My adult teeth will come in in a couple months. I'm a very healthy Husky mix. I would do really well in any home with the patience and time to continue my training. I am doing amazing at potty training but I will need more time. I am so excited to meet my forever family. 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 - 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 with the help of medication (Apoquel), her skin condition has healed up nicely. We are not certain yet whether she will require medication long term.   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 well 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!   Interested in discussing a meet-and-greet? Please apply to adopt today! 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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Jack

Male Baby Husky 31 Flavors Mixes (mixed)

Hi my name is Jack. My foster family calls me Jack Jack. I am a 9 weeks old Husky Mix. I weigh 12 pounds, and I am growing really fast.... show more

Hi my name is Jack. My foster family calls me Jack Jack. I am a 9 weeks old Husky Mix. I weigh 12 pounds, and I am growing really fast. I am the biggest of the litter. I am good with dogs, kids, and cats. I came from Gallup New Mexico. I was found abandoned by a college with my sisters and brother. I have been with my foster family for a couple weeks now and I am doing great. I am a very outgoing dominant little guy. I'm working on potty training. I can go outside with out help. I am also working on kennel training. I do whine a little when I first get in my kennel but that is normal. I love to play with toys of all kinds, I shake the soft ones all around. I love dinner time. I like to try to steal everybody else's food. I'm a growing boy and I'm very hungry. I'm a very energetic boy and I love to play with my family. I have two big foster siblings and we play great together. I don't mind the cat and I don't chase her at all. I also don't mind the resident bird. I love when my human snuggle me and play with me. I even like the little humans. I Am brand new in my foster home but I would say my favorite things are food time, and outside time. I am always so excited to play outside that it is hard to keep me in my puppy pen. I like to climb right out. I'm a very fast learner, my foster mom taught me tug of war in less than 5 minutes. I am neutered and working on all my shots. I have my baby teeth, I will get my adult teeth in a couple months. I am a very healthy Husky mix. I would do really well in any home with the patience and time to train me. I am doing really well at potty training but I will need consistency in my new home. I cannot wait to meet my forever family. 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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Olive

Female Puppy Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

Hi my name is Olive. I am a very smart, loving, energetic pup. I am a four month old Shepard Mix. I will be getting spayed on April 17th... show more

Hi my name is Olive. I am a very smart, loving, energetic pup. I am a four month old Shepard Mix. I will be getting spayed on April 17th. I am really good with cats, dogs (big and little), and older children. I came from Gallop New Mexico. They found me when my mom ran away from my sister's and I. I have been with my foster family for about a month, and I am fitting right in. I am a really smart pup. I was potty trained in less than two weeks. Until I am one I might have an accident, but my foster parents say I am doing amazing. It might take me a while to warm up to you, but when I do I love to crawl up on the couch and snuggle in your lap. Sometimes I even try to sneak in your bed. In the morning I am full of energy. I love running back and forth. I can't wait to play with my sister's. I love my toys. My favorite thing to do is spread them all over so I can play with them all. I am working on kennel training. Right now I prefer the door to be open so I don't get stressed out. I love to eat in my kennel and snuggle with my blankets. I am also working on leash training. It is taking a bit, but I am getting there. I love it outside. I would stay out all day if my foster parents would  let me. I love treats. I will do anything for a treat. My favorite are bacon treats. I really love my foster family. I also have a 12 year old foster sister, she is my favorite. In my foster home I live with a cat, two big dogs, and a little dog. I do really well with all of them. My favorite activities are playing outside (I would really enjoy a yard), playing with my toys, snuggling with my foster family, and get my ears scratched. I also love sleeping under a big bed. I am up-to-date on all my shots. I will be spayed soon. I have no known medical issues. I am a really great multi colored puppy. I would do best in a home with someone that can give me the time I need. I am really active, so I would do best with an active family. I am young so I will still need training and patience.    show less

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Panda

Female Adult Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Chihuahua Jack Russell Terrier Chihuahua? (mixed)

Are you looking for a small, housetrained, crate-trained, and very loyal and playful pint-sized adult dog? Panda may be your new furever... show more

Are you looking for a small, housetrained, crate-trained, and very loyal and playful pint-sized adult dog? Panda may be your new furever buddy! About five years old and 21 pounds, unfortunately, Panda recently lost her former people. But she's ready to start over with a new family... one who will include her in their daily lives, take her on walkies, scratch her belly, and most importantly, throw the tennis ball for her. She is a lot of fun and very attentive. Panda also LOVES to climb trees in search of squirrels that taunt her. She's very agile and confident!  Panda currently lives with four much-larger dogs at her foster home and gets along great with them; she would most likely love to have a dog sister or brother to play with, but Panda may not be appropriate for a home with cats (it depends on the cat... a confident, stand-its-ground cat that will not hesitate to swat a dog to show it who's in charge may be fine). IMPORTANT: Panda's forever home needs to have a yard for her to "do her business"... she's quite particular about this. Panda was spayed and microchipped on March 28th and is now ready to go home to her forever home.  Here's a video of Panda happily retrieving a tennis ball, on her very first day with her foster person after transport from NM! https://youtu.be/_d-wbAaG4gE And here's Panda initiating play (the video doesn't capture most of the play session, unfortunately) with her foster big brother, Jeff: https://youtu.be/YN2HakN5Js8 And this is Panda running happily at an off-leash area, sprinting back after being called by name: https://youtu.be/HlCwJhMBNiQ 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

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Rosita

Female Adult Dachshund Chihuahua (mixed)

"Hi! My name is Rosita, but my foster family calls me Lucy. Although I have recently had puppies, I am a young dog and very much a puppy... show more

"Hi! My name is Rosita, but my foster family calls me Lucy. Although I have recently had puppies, I am a young dog and very much a puppy at heart myself. I am a small to med dog at 25 lbs. Big enough to handle any adventure, but small enough to pick up and carry. I am a total cuddle bug and I think that I make a good lap dog! I also suffer from a severe case of wiggle-butt that wracks my whole body! I LOVE my people, including older children (but since I tend to jump up to get closer, I may have too much enthusiasm for young children). I LOVE to spend my days outdoors rolling in the grass and keeping a close eye on the squirrels (I am OBSESSED) so a fenced yard is a MUST! A doggie door would be ideal! I LOVE to play with other dogs so I would do best in a household with another dog buddy. At my foster home, I delighted in playing with my five puppies and my housemate and best friend, a five pound Chihuahua. I haven’t been cat-tested. I am still working on leash training as I tend to pull (I am so excited to go explore!), but I display good recall off-leash. I am hoping to find an active family with whom I can share a lifetime of cuddles, kisses, hikes and adventures!" Rosita is being fostered in Boulder, CO. Please apply to adopt today so that we can discuss a meet-and-greet!  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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Shadow

Female Adult Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

“Hey There! My name is Shadow. As you can see, I am a gorgeous girl with a glossy black coat and amber eyes. I am about 1.5 years old an... show more

“Hey There! My name is Shadow. As you can see, I am a gorgeous girl with a glossy black coat and amber eyes. I am about 1.5 years old and weigh 30 lbs - Small enough to fit on your lap but big enough to hang with the big dogs. I tend to be bashful when I meet new people. But, given a little time to warm up, I am a real love bug.  My foster mom says that I am “mellow”. Not sure what that means. But, I think it’s a good thing. I do best with other dogs around - so a home with a canine friend is a must. I am house trained, know how to use a doggie door and am getting more comfortable walking on a leash. A home with fenced-in yard is a requirement for me (no apartments, please)! Oh, and older kids are fine.  I would love to meet you and show you what a special girl I am. Please apply to adopt me so that my foster mom can see if we’re a match!” Shadow is being fostered in Thornton, CO.  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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Ted

Male Baby Husky 31 Flavors Mixes (mixed)

Hi my name is Ted. I am a male Husky Mix. I am 9 weeks old and weigh about ten pounds but I am getting bigger. I am good with dogs (big... show more

Hi my name is Ted. I am a male Husky Mix. I am 9 weeks old and weigh about ten pounds but I am getting bigger. I am good with dogs (big and little), kids, and cats. I came from Gallop New Mexico. I was found abandon by a college. I have been with my foster family for a couple weeks now and I am doing great.    I am a shy little guy. I also am the runt. I am working on potty training. In the morning I let you know I have to go out by letting out a little howl. I am also working on kennel training. My kennel makes me feel safe. I love my toys the squeaky ones are more exciting. Food time it's my favorite time of the day. I never even leave one kibble behind. I can't wait to meet my forever family. At first I am very shy with people. I'd like to run away until they offer me a treat, but after a couple days I warm right up. I am a baby and love to snuggle when my humans hold me. I am good with my brother and sisters. I also really like my foster brother and sister. They are bigger than me but they're very gentle. I get along with the kitty and I don't chase her at all. I don't even mind the bird in the house. I am new in my foster home but right now my favorite things are all my toys. I love to go outside and play with ropes and balls. Sometimes I roll in the dirt and get a little muddy. I really like the little people in my home. They make me feel safe. I am neutered and working on getting all my shots. I am a very healthy husky mix. I still have my baby teeth and am working on adult teeth.  I would do good any home with the patience and time to train me. I do really well in a kennel, and I am doing great at potty training. I will need a lot more training as I am a baby. 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