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Available Puppies at Lifeline

COVID-19 Update: 

Thank you for your interest in Lifeline Puppy Rescue’s Virtual Adoptions. This is our first attempt at an online system! We received 57 forms within the first 5 minutes of the site going live. We appreciate your understanding with any difficulties filling out the form as our website did crash due to a high volume of interest. With the website being overwhelmed, we took the form down at 8:15PM last night. The good news is because of your support, puppies that were rescued from high-kill shelters will now have loving families! We appreciate your kindness and compassion during this time as we navigate this very different process then we’ve ever done before. We will keep our website updated with more information on future adoptions. (This Friday) We are doing our best to adapt to the effects of COVID-19,  and greatly appreciate the help so we can continue to serve our puppies and their families!

To adopt a puppy from Lifeline you will need to complete a qualifying questionnaire and sign a contract. You must be over 18 to adopt a puppy. Average adoption fees range from $125 - $400; Cash, Visa, MasterCard only (sorry no checks are accepted).

All puppies have current shots, are spayed/neutered, microchipped and have been dewormed.

Available

#269-20 (Daisy)
Jack Russell/Chihuahua Mix


2 Years

Available

#377-20
Husky Mix


11 Weeks

Available

#1300-19 (Denver)
Pit Bull/Lab Mix


9 Months

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Adopted Puppies

Adopted

#125-20
Italian Greyhound Mix


19 Weeks

Adopted

#341-20
Shepherd Mix


7 Months

Adopted

#396-20 (Toasty)
Shepherd Mix


15 Weeks

Adopted

#397-20
Shepherd Mix


15 Weeks

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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