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Cattle Dog Rescues Colorado [Adoption Directory Guide]

Are you looking for Australian Cattle Dog rescues? Well, you’ll be pleased you stopped by.

I’ve pulled together the full list of rescues in the state for you to contact and enquire with.

Hopefully, this will save you a lot of time and better yet – put you into contact with the kind people who are currently looking after your next dog.

With that said, let’s get to it.

New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue Of Colorado

New Hope is an all-volunteer non-profit dedicated to saving Australian Cattle Dogs/Blue Heelers in the state of Colorado.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 460064 Aurora, CO 80046

Phone: (720) 201 5241



National Mill Dog Rescue

Not an Australian Cattle dog shelter per se, but one dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming breeding dogs of various breeds.

Based in Peyton, Colorado – they are worth contacting at the very least.

Phone: (719) 445-6787



Herding Rescue Dogs of Wyoming, Inc.

Not in Colorado, but the next state along. And depending on where you are in Colorado, may actually not be too far to go.

Phone: (307) 752-0812



Dumb Friends League

Again not an Australian Cattle dog rescue specifically, but this is one of the largest rescues in the state that are known to have cattle dogs and other herding breeds from time to time.

Phone: (303) 751 5772



Colorado Animal Rescue

Colorado Animal Rescue is a non-profit animal care organization located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. You may find an Australian Cattle dog here, or they may be able to put you in contact with an individual with their dog up for adoption.

Address: 2801 County Road 114 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Phone: (970) 947 9173



As you can see, there are not too many rescues in Colorado dedicated entirely to the Australian Cattle Dog breed.

Aside from the New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue Of Colorado, of course.

So give them a try first.

The rest are, however, are certainly worth contacting.

And even if they do not have your dog currently – they may very well do so in the future.

You can always leave your details, and you may be able to join a waiting list.

Or at the very least, may be able to direct you and help you in your pursuit of adoption.

Who knows, you may end up adopting another similar herding dog from them instead!

And while it took me quite a bit of time to find these rescues, if you believe I missed another off that deserves to be in the directory, be sure to contact me.

I’d be keen to add them to the list!