‘Tis the season of love, for sure, but if you don’t want any puppies or kittens, please take advantage of our …
Sweetheart of a Deal
This “speuter” (Spay and Neuter) special is for residents of Montgomery County.
Many, many thanks to our local supporters and to C.A.R.E. (Colorado Animal Rescue Express) for funding this very important program. We couldn’t do this without you.
We are trying to help little Buttonfly find a new home. His owner died several days ago and this darling little fellow is grieving.
HOORAY! BUTTONFLY IS ADOPTED!
Update: Feb. 17, 2017
Buttonfly left for his new home today! Many thanks to Carrie, from Carrie’s Dog House, for rescuing and grooming him and many thanks to Chuck and Sharon Dumas for fostering this little fellow and getting him ready for his new life. They did a great job and Buttonfly, who grieved the loss of his owner, is now a happy, confident little dog and will give his new owner lots of joy.
After staying a short while with his groomer, Buttonfly is now with a foster home. He has had wonderful care all of his life, but now he needs some special love and a new home.
Local friends: Buttonfly has been a patient at Lake Hamilton Animal Hospital for many years and they have vouched for his excellent care.
Please email Warm Hearts by clicking on the link on the right side of this page if you think you could give Buttonly a good home.
We prefer that he stay local. A long trip is more than he could handle right now.
Their mom showed up at a house in West Little Rock, AR, very pregnant and desperately needing a safe warm place to have her babies. The wonderful homeowners gave her that place and have been fostering the whole family.
These puppies are now weaned but are still awaiting their second set of shots. Mom has a home, and these babies will be available for adoption soon.
BUT, until then, they will be our guest for the THV11 Cuteness Bowl on Super Bowl Sunday, where they will be promoted for adoption and will serve as ambassadors to encourage people to spay and neuter their pets.
These puppies are some of the lucky ones.
We LOVE getting feedback from the families who adopt dogs from Warm Hearts!
In 2011, we rescued a litter of puppies from under a bridge on Christmas Day. Bronx is one of those puppies.
Since his adoption, the family has been blessed with a darling little girl. She and Bronx are best friends.
Bronx is a great keeper of little girl secrets, and his princess has a friend for life.
Late in August, we were overwhelmed with 10 puppies – all of whom had to be trapped for rescue.
After two months of socialization, vet care, and lots of foster love, all of the puppies found new homes – with children who adore them.
These are the stories we love!!!
Good News! Snookers has been adopted!!!
Snookers has been adopted! She doesn’t leave for her new home until March, but her anxiously awaiting family is making sure she will have everything she needs. Snookers, you hit the lottery, girl!
Do you have room under your covers for a snuggle buddy? That’s where Snookers is the happiest. Snuggling with you on the couch is pretty okay, too. At only 12 pounds, she is the perfect snuggling size for just about anyone.
This 18 month old Jack Russell mix is a delight. She potties outside, is good in her crate for short errands, but, since she loves to ride in the car, she’d be happy to keep you company while you jet around town.
Snookers loves adults, children, and other dogs. In short, she’s just about perfect!
Snookers has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and has started her heartworm preventive. If you are interested in adopting Snookers, contact Warm Hearts by clicking on the “Request an adoption form” link on the right side of this page for an application. Snookers’ adoption fee is $175.00. Transport to the northeast is available.
Leia is such a happy girl, as well she should be. Leia was abandoned as a puppy when a family left town. She was spotted by a neighbor, totally starved and literally skin over bone. We’ve included a photo of her at rescue.
Well, that is behind her now. She is a healthy, happy, 12 week old (as of Feb. 3, 2017) labrador retriever mix with a beautiful, shiny coat and a playful, happy disposition. She’s a healthy 18 pounds now, so we think she will be a large adult dog.
Like all puppies, Leia will benefit from puppy classes. She is such a smart girl that she’s sure to be the star of her class. She knows how to use the doggy door in her foster home, is good in her crate, loves a ride in a boat, and loves her housemates – several other dogs and two cats.
Leia is all lab puppy – that means lots of energy, chewing during her teething episodes, and jumping for joy when she sees you. Adoptive families should be prepared for all of the fun and turmoil that having a puppy entails.
Because she is so energetic, her family should have older children. Energetic puppies and small children are not a good fit.
If Leia looks like your girl, email Warm Hearts by clicking on the “Request an adoption form …” link on the right side of this page for an application to adopt. That is the first step in the process. Leia’s adoption/vetting fee is $175.00. She is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, de-wormed and has started her heartworm prevention.