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Welcome to our Blog!

This series of blog posts will give you some insight into the behind the scenes of Lifeline Puppy Rescue, including the team, volunteers and of course our puppies!

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As the days get colder, you want to keep your pup warm and safe, here are some things to watch for: 1. Watch their paws: While walking your pup, their paws can collect all kinds of harmful chemicals such as salt, ant-freeze, or de-icers. Be sure to wipe off their paws after they come back into the house to remove any toxic materials before they…

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The greatest gift you have given your pet is a loving home. You have also given them a second chance at life. At Lifeline Puppy Rescue, we rescue puppies from situations such as high-kill shelters where they may have been otherwise euthanized. We have taken in some puppies that are malnourished, some that are covered in ticks, and some needing life-altering surgeries. As a no-kill…

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What does it mean to give to Lifeline Puppy Rescue? Imagine it from a puppy’s perspective. The puppies we receive often come from other shelters that are high-kill, over-crowded, or are unable to care for their puppies. We journey to Texas, New Mexico, and throughout Colorado to pick them up, taking in 20-40 puppies at a time. Some of them wag their tails to greet…

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Lifeline Puppy Rescue 25th Anniversary Alumni Picnic Every puppy deserves the sanctuary of a home and every caring home deserves a puppy. At Lifeline Puppy Rescue, we have been saving the lives of 38,000 rescue puppies since our inception in 1993. Over the years, we have taken in homeless puppies from shelters that are high-kill, over populated, or are unable to care for their puppies…

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Greetings from Lifeline Puppy Rescue! We hope you are enjoying your new puppy that was recently adopted from Lifeline Puppy Rescue! Just a reminder that your 90 day spay/neuter requirement date is approaching. Below are some frequently asked questions about the spaying/neutering process: Why is it so Important to Spay/Neuter My Dog? There are many benefits to spaying and neutering your dog from behavioral to…

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Here at Lifeline Puppy Rescue, we emphasize that one of the most important things you can do after adopting is signing your puppy up for puppy training and socialization classes. As puppies learn and grow, much of their temperament is influenced by the structure of their home during their formative years. Puppy training can help prevent behavioral issues that result in puppies being surrendered later…

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Baby Announcement Welcome the arrival of my 12 beautiful babies! Born: 5/26/18 Hi my name is Maggie! I was brought to Lifeline Puppy Rescue as a pregnant mama dog. I loved people right away and everyone told me that I was absolutely glowing. The people at Lifeline were trying to find me a foster home to have my babies in, but I decided I just…

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There is nothing more exciting than bringing your new fur-ever friend home for the first time, but it can be a lot to take in for you and your puppy. Here are some tips on ways to ease the transition and help your puppy succeed: Before your Puppy Arrives: Removing any hazardous or poisonous materials from your home. Storing any valuables out of reach that…

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Lifeline Puppy Rescue On-Site Adoption Events Every Saturday and Sunday (unless otherwise posted) 11:00-3:00 PM 15171 Riverdale Road, Brighton, CO 80602 What to do Before the Event: Check out the list of available puppies by going to the ‘Puppies’ link on our website the Friday before the event. Due to the number of requests we do not take calls or e-mails on puppy inquires and…

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Join Lifeline Puppy Rescue in welcoming the summer with one hot night of firefighters, fun, and of course, puppies! Each year, firefighters from around the area lend their support to rescue puppies by posing in Lifeline’s annual Fire Rescue Dog Calendar. This makes a great gift for friends, family members, co-workers, and even a treat for yourself. The calendar is presented at our Firefighter Calendar…

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Update: Rescue Adoptions and COVID-19

COVID-19 ADOPTIONS UPDATE

Lifeline Puppy Rescue will be hosting virtual/by-appointment adoptions this upcoming weekend. More information is on our ADOPT page. 

According to the World Health Organization, there is no evidence that companion animals have been infected or could spread the human Coronavirus. 

There are still puppies that need our help. We are doing anything we can to save puppies from euthanasia during this trying time. Please consider donating to help us get these puppies out of high-kill shelters and support the puppies in our care. 

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