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CHEWY'S HOPE DOGS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
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.




 
ADOPTION APPLICATION
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



 Fostered by Pitty Maeven

MEET COAL. HE’S THE ADVENTUROUS ONE OF THE LITTER. WANNA KNOW WHO LEARNED TO WALK ON THE LEASH FIRST? IT’SCOAL. WANNA TO KNOW WHO IS CURIOUS ABOUT THINGS? YEP. COAL’S GONNA INVESTIGATE! WANNA KNOW WHO IS GOING TO GROW INTO A BEATUTIFUL BOY? HERE HE IS………….COAL.

See the story below
We had 4 10-week-old puppies dumped on a rural road just before a rainy cold weather change. They were exhausted from running frantically in muddy, wet 20-foot ravines not knowing what happened to them. And the 2 parent dogs also abandoned with the puppies, ran in a panic while the puppies desperately tried to keep up with them but were unable and dropped in exhaustion until we were able to rescue and get them safely in cover before the temperatures dropped. With a warm place and meals, the already weaned puppies waited and cried for the adult dogs who were still running in fear each time they were approached. Eventually, the frantic parents, after enduring cold nights and empty stomachs, gave up their fear and allowed themselves to be helped with housing and good warm meals.

After initial veterinarian visit, the family has settled down for medical care and spay and neuter to get them ready for adoption. They have benefited from basic training and have demonstrated great temperaments and true gratitude for their rescue. Despite their traumatic abandonment by inhumane people, they have overcome the ordeal and will make some families wonderful and affectionate additions to their homes.




ADOPTION APPLICATION
 

Fostered by Pitty Maeven

MEET CHARLIE BROWN. HE’S THE FRIENDLY ONE OF THE LITTER. WANNA KNOW WHO IS AT THE GATE FIRST? IT’S CHARLIE. WANNA TO KNOW WHO HELPS WITH CHORES? CHARLIE’S RIGHT THERE! WANNA KNOW WHO IS GOING TO GROW INTO A SWEET BOY? HERE HE IS………….CHARLIE BROWN.

See the story below
We had 4 10-week-old puppies dumped on a rural road just before a rainy cold weather change. They were exhausted from running frantically in muddy, wet 20-foot ravines not knowing what happened to them. And the 2 parent dogs also abandoned with the puppies, ran in a panic while the puppies desperately tried to keep up with them but were unable and dropped in exhaustion until we were able to rescue and get them safely in cover before the temperatures dropped. With a warm place and meals, the already weaned puppies waited and cried for the adult dogs who were still running in fear each time they were approached. Eventually, the frantic parents, after enduring cold nights and empty stomachs, gave up their fear and allowed themselves to be helped with housing and good warm meals.

After initial veterinarian visit, the family has settled down for medical care and spay and neuter to get them ready for adoption. They have benefited from basic training and have demonstrated great temperaments and true gratitude for their rescue. Despite their traumatic abandonment by inhumane people, they have overcome the ordeal and will make some families wonderful and affectionate additions to their homes.





ADOPTION APPLICATION


Fostered by Pitty Maeven


MEET ICE MAN. HE’S THE SMART ONE OF THE LITTER. WANNA KNOW WHERE THE TREATS ARE KEPT? ASK ICE! WANNA TO KNOW WHO SITS FIRST TO GET HIS TREAT? LOOK AT ICE! WANNA KNOW WHO IS GOING TO GROW INTO A GREAT COMPANION? HERE HE IS………….ICE.


See the story below
We had 4 10-week-old puppies dumped on a rural road just before a rainy cold weather change. They were exhausted from running frantically in muddy, wet 20-foot ravines not knowing what happened to them. And the 2 parent dogs also abandoned with the puppies, ran in a panic while the puppies desperately tried to keep up with them but were unable and dropped in exhaustion until we were able to rescue and get them safely in cover before the temperatures dropped. With a warm place and meals, the already weaned puppies waited and cried for the adult dogs who were still running in fear each time they were approached. Eventually, the frantic parents, after enduring cold nights and empty stomachs, gave up their fear and allowed themselves to be helped with housing and good warm meals.

After initial veterinarian visit, the family has settled down for medical care and spay and neuter to get them ready for adoption. They have benefited from basic training and have demonstrated great temperaments and true gratitude for their rescue. Despite their traumatic abandonment by inhumane people, they have overcome the ordeal and will make some families wonderful and affectionate additions to their homes.





ADOPTION APPLICATION

 

Fostered by Pitty Maeven.


MEET NICK. HE’S THE SHY ONE OF THE LITTER. WANNA KNOW WHO LEARNED NEW SKILLS BY WATCING HS BROTHERS? IT’S NICK. WANNA TO KNOW WHO WANTS TO PLEASE? YEP. NICK’S GONNA TO BE WITH YOU! WANNA KNOW WHO IS GOING TO GROW INTO A FRIEND? HERE HE IS………….NICK.


See the story below
We had 4 10-week-old puppies dumped on a rural road just before a rainy cold weather change. They were exhausted from running frantically in muddy, wet 20-foot ravines not knowing what happened to them. And the 2 parent dogs also abandoned with the puppies, ran in a panic while the puppies desperately tried to keep up with them but were unable and dropped in exhaustion until we were able to rescue and get them safely in cover before the temperatures dropped. With a warm place and meals, the already weaned puppies waited and cried for the adult dogs who were still running in fear each time they were approached. Eventually, the frantic parents, after enduring cold nights and empty stomachs, gave up their fear and allowed themselves to be helped with housing and good warm meals.

After initial veterinarian visit, the family has settled down for medical care and spay and neuter to get them ready for adoption. They have benefited from basic training and have demonstrated great temperaments and true gratitude for their rescue. Despite their traumatic abandonment by inhumane people, they have overcome the ordeal and will make some families wonderful and affectionate additions to their homes.




ADOPTION APPLICATION


Hello, my name is Happy and wow is my name ever fitting! My foster mom says I'm the
happiest little girl she's ever seen. They say they think I'm a pit/basset hound mix. I don't
know what that is but it must be cute because I sure am!

I am about 8 months old. I used to have a home but somehow I broke my leg. My family couldn't afford to have my leg fixed so they asked Chewy's Hope for help. I had surgery on my leg but my people couldn't keep me restrained as they needed to so my leg wasn't healing.

They surrendered me to Chewy's Hope and with proper care, my leg is now all healed and I feel great! I am a very playful girl but also love to cuddle on the couch. I am a puppy though so I need to be crated when you can't watch me unless you like things chewed a little. I do pull on my leash a little but I'm working on that.

I love all other dogs (although they find me annoying sometimes) and children. I just love everyone! Love to chase me some cats though so I get in trouble all the time at my foster home for that but I do stop when foster mom yells "Happy stop that." If you want a playful and very loving companion, I'm the girl for you! I'll be waiting!

ADOPTION APPLICATION





OLIVE'S SLIDE SHOW

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!

 ADOPTION APPLICATION


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