Adoptable Chief Wishes You Wonderful Holiday!

Adoptable Chewy’s Hope dogs are fully vetted and health guaranteed.
They are up to date on their vaccinations, spayed or neutered and microchipped, heart worm free and on prevention. They have been fostered in homes where they receive
personal attention and evaluation of their temperaments.
If you have any questions you can contact us by Facebook or e-mail.
We hope you find your perfect companion in our

list of Adoptable and Soon To Be Available pages.

  It can either be electronically submitted attached to an email to chewyshope@yahoo.com.
or mailed to: Chewy’s Hope   PO Box 1344   Boyd, TX 76023


Small breed puppies will be available and they are completely vetted.

Excuse us, but do you have just a minute to look at me us ? We are looking for what our foster mommy calls a forever home. Things didn’t start out too well for us. Foster mommy told us the story. When we were really tiny little babies, about 3 weeks old, a human found us wrapped up in a blanket in a field. We were so cold and hungry. We kept waiting for our mommy but she never came. The human took us to a place called a shelter. We were so scared! It was so loud and noisy! We couldn’t eat the food. We were too little. Then foster mommy came and got us out! She told us that she and Chewy’s Hope would take really good care of us. She took us and fed us milk like we used to get from our real mommy. I don’t know where our mommy went but I hope she’s ok. Foster mommy fed us, kept us warm & even dressed us up in something called clothes. They were really weird but we got used to them and even got to like them. We got all our shots to keep us well and we got what they called spayed and neutered. I really hope we don’t have to do that one again! It was not fun! Now foster mommy says we are old enough to find our forever homes. We need a mommy and daddy that will keep us forever. We don’t ever want to be cold and hungry again. No matter what kind of puppy you want, we probably have it in us. Just look at our pedigree!! We are very sweet puppies and will love you forever. Will you be our new mommy and daddy? Please?





DNA Results Pending

Pick me! Pick me! Pick me! Hey over here, pick me! My name is Hero, and I?m a really good boy. I need a new family because my old family decided they didn?t want me anymore. Sniffle, I was left at a doggie jail called a shelter or something like that. I heard some of the humans saying I was on the EU list for the next morning. I didn?t know what that was but I don?t think it was anything good.

At the last minute, Chewy?s Hope stepped up and saved me. Whew, that was close! I went to something called a foster home and the lady is really nice here and there are little humans, cats and even a snake to play with! I have to admit though, that snake scares me a little.

I am crate, house and leashed trained. I am still a youngster so I like to chew a little. If my humans can?t watch me, I would need to be in a crate, at least until I outgrow this crazy addiction of mine to shoes and things like that.

Bet you didn?t know I am a real hugger too! I love hugging everyone! Sit next to me and I will crawl into your lap and hug and love on you. See, now you know what an awesome little guy I am! So come on, fill out that adoption app. You know you want to!



Azalea and Ivy, each was less than 5 lbs., are two of four Chihuahuas dumped at a rural well site with little hope of being able to survive. They obviously were from a puppy mill which no longer needed them and were just abandoned to die or be eaten by coyotes. Loaded with ticks and fleas, these girls were trapped and rescued by Chewy’s Hope and taken to the vet. Ivy was heartworm + and received treatment. Azalea has a heart murmur. Both girls were spayed and their health restored in a loving home before they were put up for adoption. Unfortunately, we do not know the fate of their companions, but our rescue continued for weeks to find them to no avail. But, these little girls are healthy and looking for that special home together.

These two precious girls need a home where they can learn that all humans are not bad. Ivy is sweet and cuddly. She loves to watch TV in her foster mom's lap. Azalea is still not completely sure if people are good. She needs patience and love but is a very sweet girl. These babies were dumped to fend for themselves. They deserve a good home where they can be loved.


Hi, I am Portia or Portia de dogge, as my friends call me. I am a smooth coated Border Collie, maybe not fully but my looks and personality are all in that breed description. I am loyal and loving to people and looking for love with a herding dog savvy family. My main goal in life is to spend every minute possible with them doing my job. I love riding in a car, going places and keeping busy. If there are others in the pact, I work best with a dominant dog, love all sizes of people and do well with cats too. I will be someone’s awesome indoor dog to keep your feet warm on a cold night.

Check my stats; fully vetted, on heartworm prevention, microchipped, spayed, house trained, crate trained and basic skills all in place. My two year birthday was March 2016 and I weigh 40 pounds. I would love to meet you and am looking for my forever home.


Truman is a terrier mix and a wonderful little gentleman.  He's about 2 yrs old and weighs in about 18 cute lbs. Good with other dogs and house broke, he'd love to have a home of his own with some children.  He's neutered and up to date on vaccinations and heartworm prevention.
Loves to be cuddled.


 This is what her foster mom says!  Izzy, aka Izzy-Wizzy or Izzybella. She is about 4 months old, has had all of her puppy shots, rabies shot, spayed & microchipped. She is a sweet laid back puppy that can be a couch potato or can run around like crazy chasing the other dogs & she prefers to be outside. She loves her toys & her human's socks. (she doesn't chew them up, just likes to get them out of the dirty clothes & carry them around to show everyone. She is crate trained, puppy pad trained & is working on potty training. She sleeps through the night on a dog bed on the floor. She's going to make someone a great family member. She's about 15 pounds now.



CHIEF has graduated Puppy Obedience and is working on his Canine Good Citizen Certificate. And he has also done some Agility work and zooms through the tunnel!

Hi! I am easy on the eyes and easy to live with. They think I’m a Boxer mix less than a year old. I learn quickly and am developing good manners in my foster home. I haven’t met a person I don’t like. I am an active boy and love walks and playing with toys. My leash work is going brilliantly and I am atteni
ng puppy classrs. Look for me at adoption events at Petco in Grapevine, TX. I’d love to meet you. You can also submit an Adoption Application for approval. I’ll be ready……………will you?

This is what my foster mom says about me:
One of the easiest dogs I've worked with. He's not shy, loves everyone and eager in learning all the new things for his new family. No issues with dogs, cats, horses cattle or chickens. Just an all around good guy. He's still a puppy with puppy exuberance but really responds to his lessons. We will soon have DNA results on him, but think we see some Boxer in there. He will be fully vetted, microchipped and on heartworm prevention when he finds his family. Chief will make a wonderful family dog.

Chief's DNA results 50% Boxer, 25% Am Staff, 12.5 American Bull Dog, 12.5% Miniature Bull Terrier.


This is Cisco & he's now ready for his forever home. He's 8 months old, had all his shots, neutered, microchipped & on heartworm prevention. He loves to play with his brother & other dogs of all sizes. Likes cats & loves his toys. He will do better in a home with older kids. Crate trained & working on potty-training. Cisco is the perfect, sweet lovable lap dog!


Please meet Olive, our newest Chewy's Hope baby. Olive came into a shelter down south pregnant and heartworm positive. She was fostered until her babies were born and weaned. Her babies were then transported to a rescue. For whatever reason, Olive didn't get to go with her babies and was taken back to the shelter where she wound up on the EU list. I happened to see her picture late the night before she was to be Eu'd and knew that we couldn't let this beautiful little girl die. With the help of several amazing ladies, we were able to get Olive from Corpus Christi into our hands where she will get the treatment she needs and will never wind up in a shelter again! Thank you ladies for all your help! You know who you are. It never ceases to amaze me what can be accomplished when everyone works together with the welfare of dogs first in mind. Thank you EVERYONE who had a hand in saving this precious girl!


Adoptable Chewy’s Hope dogs are fully vetted and health guaranteed. They are up to date on their vaccinations, spayed or neutered and microchipped, heart worm free and on prevention. They have been fostered in homes where they receive personal attention and evaluation of their temperaments. If you have any questions you can contact us by Facebook or e-mail. We hope you find your perfect companion in our list of Adoptable and Soon To Be Available pages.
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