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Chilbert

Male Puppy Border Collie Poodle (Standard) (mixed)
Chilbert is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING he is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These... show more
Chilbert is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING he is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These 4 pups are estimated to be about 45-55lbs when full grown.  Chilbert and his siblings were dumped at a high kill shelter with their Momma at just 7 weeks old.  Their Momma was missing so much fur, underweight, and is heart worm positive.  Becuase of this, their chances of making it out of the shelter alive were slim-none without the help of a rescue.   Chilbert and his siblings have now been in CO with their foster siblings for a couple weeks and are ready to find their forever families.  Their Momma will finish heart worm treatment, which will take a few months, before she is ready to search for her forever family. These babies are wild, goofy, loving, and SMART.  We are guessing they will shed less than an average Border Collie due to the nature of their curly coats, but we cannot guarantee it.  They all get along great with other dogs, kids, and and all people.  They love to romp around the yard and the house, being nutty, happy puppies.  Once they crash for nap time, they crash hard.  They are very loving and snuggly! We envision these pups going to active families or individuals.  They would LOVE being hiking and adventure partners.  Colorado is the home of active humans and we want these pups to have active humans.  We would also love for them to go to people with other dogs to play with - although not a must if their humans are active.  Honestly these pups are the best of both worlds.  Snuggly, active, social, just amazing. If you are interested in adopting Chilbert or one of his siblings, please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Cimbri

Female Adult Beagle Pug (mixed)
Cimbri is a young adult cutie weighing about 25lbs.  We are guessing she is a Pug/Beagle mix from her appearance, but she was dumped at... show more
Cimbri is a young adult cutie weighing about 25lbs.  We are guessing she is a Pug/Beagle mix from her appearance, but she was dumped at a shelter without any information so we don't know for sure.  Cimbri was absolutely terrified in the shelter.  Since the shelter was so over crowded she was put in a kennel with another little Terrier, named Airabelle.  Airabelle quickly become Cimbri's saving grace.  They bonded very quickly and Cimbri starting looking to Airabelle for direction and confidence.  They were moved to a foster home where their connection became stronger, and they truly became best friends.  When they made their way to CO we put them in a foster here together and have decided they need to be adopted together. Cimbri is a sweet girl.  She is still shy even after being in foster for over a month, but she absolutely loves her fosters and when they are hanging out on the couch she will come snuggle with them.  It's just strangers she is still a little uncertain about.  She does not have an aggressive bone in her body and her heart is as pure as can be, but her family will need to have patience while she learns to continue to trust.  She loves to romp around the yard with Airabelle and sit in sun spots while the fosters are gone from the home.  She is just an amazing little girl!  She gets along great with other dogs and people.   If you are interested in adopting Cimbri and Airabelle, please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Daphne

Female Adult Chihuahua Pomeranian (mixed)
Daphne is a two year old Chihuahua/Pom (?) mix weighing about 15lbs.  Daphne and her sister Velma were part of a hoarding case in Texas... show more
Daphne is a two year old Chihuahua/Pom (?) mix weighing about 15lbs.  Daphne and her sister Velma were part of a hoarding case in Texas a little over a month ago.  Their owner died leaving lots of small dogs behind.  Many rescues got together and made sure they did not end up in a shelter.  Daphne and Velma were the two that ended up coming to CO to Brighter Days in hopes of finding them the best forever families. Daphne is more laid back than Velma is.  Her favorite activity it so snuggle on the couch and hang out under the blankets.  She is a little nervous at first but once she warms up to you she wants nothing more than all your love and snuggles.  She is incredibly sweet and loving.  Daphne will play, and does love to play with the the fosters dog but snuggling is her number one priority.  We would love to see Daphne go to a family who has patience and will not expect an "immediate connection" and understands you are strangers to her until she gets to know you.  She is as sweet as pie but we think she may be happier with a more mellow household so she doesn't get overwhelmed and gets all the one on one attention she missed out on from her previous home.   If you are interested in adopting Daphne, please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Flapjack

Male Adult Golden Retriever (mixed)
**Flapjack is a board and train dog through Brighter Days.  Please read all about this before applying to adopt** Flapjack is a 2.5 year... show more
**Flapjack is a board and train dog through Brighter Days.  Please read all about this before applying to adopt** Flapjack is a 2.5 year old Golden Retreiver Flapjack was surrendered to Brighter Days Dog Resue because his previous owners had never taken the time to train him properly.  Becuase of this he was surrendered to Brighter Days to find a family who actually has the time and dedication a 4-legged companion needs.  When an adult dog comes to us lacking any sort of training we immediately get them into our board and train program.  One of the main reasons dogs get euthanized in an overcrowded shelter is due to lack of training.  When we started Brighter Days we made a commitment that we would make sure every single Brighter Days Dog would be set up for a life time of success, which includes training.  Our trainer works so hard to get these dogs to be wonderful, stable, balanced, obedient, great dogs.  To make sure their hard work is not lost over time due to owners who don't continue the training, we require each one of our adopters who is adopting a board and train dog to take our trainers classes in longmont.  It is an eight week course that is usually $300, but for Brighter Days adopters it is free! Here is what our Trainer has to say about Flapjack: "Omg Mr. Flapjack! Such an awesome dog! Flapjack has come such a long way.  He is great on a leash and very smart.  Flapjack absolutely loves to play with other dogs, but will need to be the only dog in his home due to some resource guarding with other dogs.  He has so much fun at the daily play groups in training and we want to make sure his forever family continues those play groups since they are his biggest joy!  He will be such a great adventure pup and best friend for someone looking for their next sidekick!" If you are inerested in adopting Flapjack please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Mollie

Female Adult Rottweiler (mixed)
**Mollie is a board and train dog through Brighter Days.  Please read all about this before applying to adopt** Mollie is a 2 year old R... show more
**Mollie is a board and train dog through Brighter Days.  Please read all about this before applying to adopt** Mollie is a 2 year old Rottie mix Mollie was surrendered to Brighter Days Dog Resue because her previous owners had never taken the time to train her properly.  Becuase of this she was surrendered to Brighter Days to find a family who actually has the time and dedication a 4-legged companion needs.  When an adult dog comes to us lacking any sort of training we immediately get them into our board and train program.  One of the main reasons dogs get euthanized in an overcrowded shelter is due to lack of training.  When we started Brighter Days we made a commitment that we would make sure every single Brighter Days Dog would be set up for a life time of success, which includes training.  Our trainer works so hard to get these dogs to be wonderful, stable, balanced, obedient, great dogs.  To make sure their hard work is not lost over time due to owners who don't continue the training, we require each one of our adopters who is adopting a board and train dog to take our trainers classes in longmont.  It is an eight week course that is usually $300, but for Brighter Days adopters it is free! Here is what our Trainer has to say about Mollie: Mollie is a high energy, hilarious, sweet and affectionate dog. Mollie will need daily exercise, so an active home is best for her, a home that enjoys walking, running, hiking, etc. Also she needs a house with a big yard and a fully enclosed with a 6 foot privacy fence. She is an awesome dog and will be perfect for the right, active family.  We are going to require Molly goes to a home without other dogs, cats, and kids just to make sure she is set up for success.   If you are inerested in adopting Mollie please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Rosie

Female Puppy Poodle (Standard) Border Collie (mixed)
Rosie is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING she is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These 4... show more
Rosie is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING she is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These 4 pups are estimated to be about 45-55lbs when full grown.  Rosie and her siblings were dumped at a high kill shelter with their Momma at just 7 weeks old.  Their Momma was missing so much fur, underweight, and is heart worm positive.  Becuase of this, their chances of making it out of the shelter alive were slim-none without the help of a rescue.   Rosie and her siblings have now been in CO with their foster siblings for a couple weeks and are ready to find their forever families.  Their Momma will finish heart worm treatment, which will take a few months, before she is ready to search for her forever family. These babies are wild, goofy, loving, and SMART.  We are guessing they will shed less than an average Border Collie due to the nature of their curly coats, but we cannot guarantee it.  They all get along great with other dogs, kids, and and all people.  They love to romp around the yard and the house, being nutty, happy puppies.  Once they crash for nap time, they crash hard.  They are very loving and snuggly! We envision these pups going to active families or individuals.  They would LOVE being hiking and adventure partners.  Colorado is the home of active humans and we want these pups to have active humans.  We would also love for them to go to people with other dogs to play with - although not a must if their humans are active.  Honestly these pups are the best of both worlds.  Snuggly, active, social, just amazing. If you are interested in adopting Rosie or one of her siblings, please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less
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Rubie

Female Puppy Poodle (Standard) Border Collie (mixed)
Rubie is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING she is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These 4... show more
Rubie is a 10-11 week old, 20lb Scruff-muffin.  we are GUESSING she is a Boarder Collie/Poodle/X mix, but that is just a guess.  These 4 pups are estimated to be about 45-55lbs when full grown.  Rubie and her siblings were dumped at a high kill shelter with their Momma at just 7 weeks old.  Their Momma was missing so much fur, underweight, and is heart worm positive.  Becuase of this, their chances of making it out of the shelter alive were slim-none without the help of a rescue.   Rubie and her siblings have now been in CO with their foster siblings for a couple weeks and are ready to find their forever families.  Their Momma will finish heart worm treatment, which will take a few months, before she is ready to search for her forever family. These babies are wild, goofy, loving, and SMART.  We are guessing they will shed less than an average Border Collie due to the nature of their curly coats, but we cannot guarantee it.  They all get along great with other dogs, kids, and and all people.  They love to romp around the yard and the house, being nutty, happy puppies.  Once they crash for nap time, they crash hard.  They are very loving and snuggly! We envision these pups going to active families or individuals.  They would LOVE being hiking and adventure partners.  Colorado is the home of active humans and we want these pups to have active humans.  We would also love for them to go to people with other dogs to play with - although not a must if their humans are active.  Honestly these pups are the best of both worlds.  Snuggly, active, social, just amazing. If you are interested in adopting Rubie or one of her siblings, please fill out our adoption application at brighterdaysdogrescue.com show less