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


When I was burned on my back, the nice lady doctor at Pet Health Center took me in and treated my wound. At first, I was afraid, but everyone took such good care of me and loved me so I knew I was in good hands. And, now my back has healed and the hair is growing back. I sure am thankful for all the nice people at the vet office and allowing me to stay there until I got well. Now that I am on the mend, I have sent my resume to Chewy’s Hope Dog Rescue to I can find my forever home. I am in foster care and doing great with big dogs and little dogs. I also like kids who have good dog skills and I am very good in my crate and working on housebreaking. So…………………. if you’d like a cutie in your house who loves people and dogs and loves to play fetch I AM YOUR MAN!!!!


Axel, a 4-year-old. is a loyal, smart, well behaved dog around! He is house/ kennel trained and leash trained. Must be kenneled if not home.
Axel is very laid back, he likes his chin and belly pet, he loves to lay on end of bed, he loves early morning walks and begs when leash comes out to go! He is not super active, loves a couple rounds of fetch but his mom is working on bringing toys back. He likes to hoard them to tease her so she can chase him around yard while wagging his tail! He knows sit, lay down, come, leave it. Axel can catch treats in air, also (a new trick his foster mom taught him.)

Older kids who respect his boundaries would be ideal for this boy. He prefers not to be laid on. He will spend all day watching them outside or laying on end of bed to watch out window or sleeps in doorway like protecting them. He is also gentle with treats and food bowl.

He has a brother in his foster and cat that he is fine with. Axel needs proper introduction to other dogs. If properly introduced he will do well with non-dominant dogs only. He has a brother in his foster and cat that he is fine with.

His DNA indicates he is 50/50 German Shepherd and Am Staff Terrier.

Axel is a large, loving, smart, loyal, well behaved boy patiently waiting for his amazing family. He will not let them down.

See Chigger's slideshow HERE

PUPDATE: Chigger graduated Puppy Classes!

: Chigger's leg was saved leaving a small impairment that does not slow him down a bit. He is now attending puppy classes and is an A student learning SIT, DOWN, COME AND HEAL.

Hi, Chigger here. Well, things didn’t start out too well for me but they tell me it will get better and better. No one seems to really know where my story started except that some humans brought me into a doggie hospital and said that I had been hit by a car. I’m just a little guy, you know, just a puppy so that was bad. My leg was broken and they said that they couldn’t pay to fix it so they told the doggie doctor to just “put me down.”

Now, I didn’t know what that meant but that nice doggie doctor got a really funny look on her face so I don’t think it was a good thing at all! She told them, no, to just let her have me so they left me there. The nice doctor put a splint on my leg and gave me a place to stay.

The ladies at Chewy’s Hope happened to see me at the doggie doctor’s place and said that they would take me. It’s been a pretty good gig since then but my leg was broken through something called the “growth plate.” I don’t know what that is but I can’t bend my leg since the cast thingy came off.

My nice foster mommy is taking me to a chiropractor to see if he can help. I can’t spell that much less know what it is but foster mommy says he might can help. She says that there will be a forever family that will love me no matter what my leg looks like. I really hope she’s right. Will you be my forever family and love me even though some would say I’m not perfect? I promise to love you forever! Please love me forever.

See Hero's slideshow HERE

Hero's DNA Report Just In
DNA Report
50% Chihuahua
25% Boxer
25% Staffordshire Terrier

Meet Hero. If you are looking for that sedate quiet gentleman who loves kids, spending time on the couch with the family and just hanging with his peeps...………...Hero is your guy.

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 trained, 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!



Well helloooo, Hunter here. Yes I know, I'm too sexy for my collar! I know I must have had a family at one time. I'm just too cute to not have one but all of a sudden, I find myself wandering around a trailer park with no one claiming me.

I'm just a puppy so I can't be left to wander on my own! These nice people with Chewy's Hope took me in and said they would find me a new family. My foster mom is kind of a stick in the mud though. She says I have to learn "manners", whatever those are. If I can't eat 'em, I don't want 'em! Anyway, I'm one cute little min pin about 7 months old they say. I need a family willing to play with me as I'm one active little guy. I think I might like to play with some of those little humans. They seem ok. I think I'm probably about as big as I will ever get but don't let my size fool you. I'm small but mighty!

If you think your family might fit my personality, send me an app! I'll check it out and let you know what I think. Ciao! baby! ~ Hunter


See Duke's slidesow HERE

Duke loves children and has the most adorable underbite!



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!

Skippy is a very happy, energetic boy. He the crate trained, leash trained and house trained. Skippy love his ball and playing catch is a must. He will catch his ball before it even touches the ground or out run it when thrown. All this boy needs is his ball and a whole lot of love. Skippy was saved from the Wise County Animal Shelter. He was picked up as a stray. Pictures make this boy look bigger than he is. At only 16.6 pounds, he is mostly legs and boy can he move them. This is a fast little guy when he is playing. Skippy came to us heart worm positive, but has gone through treatment.

Meet Rooster! Such a great fun loving guy. You couldn't ask for a better companion. He lost his eye but not his loving personality. Just a pup waiting for the special family to share lots of experiences with. Let us know if you'd like to meet this super boy.

Boxer Mix

Hi, my name is Rooster. I know, that sounds like a funny name, but I actually think it’s pretty cool. I’m named after Rooster Cogburn, you know, John Wayne played him. He had one eye and so do I. I was brought into the shelter with a bad eye and it was hurting really bad. Chewy’s Hope didn’t want me hurting anymore, so they rescued me. I had to have surgery to remove my eye. I’m all healed now and am a very happy, energetic boy. They say I’m about 4 to 5 months old. I weigh 33 lbs right now, but I am growing and gaining weight. They think I will be what they consider a medium size dog. I am crate trained, house trained, leash trained and working on learning how to play fetch. I run and get the ball, but am still trying to figure out what to do with it once I get it. I love to play with other dogs, I tolerate cats and there is a squirrel at my foster home that drives me crazy. He taunts me, but I’ll get him one day(maybe). I just want to find a family to love me and play with me. Is that you?

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