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New Arrivals!

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Forte is a handsome, 1.5 year old, 119 lb, Fawn, Mastiff/Anatolian Shepherd mix. His foster family is working on house training, crate training, basic commands (he already knows sit and down), and leash training with a harness. They are also teaching him that four on the floor will get him more attention than jumping.

Penny is a beautiful, 1.5 year old, 97 lb, Fawn, Mastiff/Anatolian Shepherd mix. Her foster family is working on house training, crate training, basic commands, and leash training with a harness because she can get a little excitable.

Hi friends, my name is Boo and I'm back in rescue after a very short stay with a new family. They decided almost immediately that they weren't ready for a giant dog. I really can't believe it was anything I did... I'm honestly a really great gal! I'm 7 years old, and I'm a tri-colored Saint Bernard. I'm about 111 pounds.

Hey hey! I'm Maggy, a 1.5-year-old, fawn Cane Corso. I am here in rescue because my last family realized that having two dogs and two kids was too much for them, so they decided that the best thing for me would be to find me a home that could provide what I need. I'm house trained, crate trained, and leash trained, and I know sit, come, down, and stay already!

Achoo! It's allergy season, and unfortunately, my former owner had them big-time, and reluctantly had to give me up. My name is Arnold, and I'm a 2-year-old male Great Pyrenees. True to my breed, I'll bark occasionally, but I'm definitely not a nuisance barker. I'm house-trained, crate-trained, leash-trained, and trustworthy with free roam.

So I've heard that Bosco is the name of a chocolate syrup that you humans enjoy. Well, I'm neither brown nor sticky… but I am pretty sweet, if I say so myself! I'm Bosco, a 2-year-old male Bullmastiff, apricot in color. I wound up here at BDHP after being turned into a shelter because I was too much dog for my prior owner.

Success Stories

Hey, Bear here! I have a home! Alexis and Michael of Black Hawk Colorado have decided to be my parents! I will be joining Bohdi the Bernese Mountain dog and two cats! Hey, I LIKE cats! There will be cats and dogs to play with, AND mynew Mom and Dad are already BDHP approved, as they have been volunteers and previous adopters for a while! Thanks, BDHP, for my forever family and for making sure I had all the love and care I needed with Mandi, my foster mom, while they found me! From unloved and unwanted stray to homeowner?

Gumbo the Cane Corso here, and I think you can smell what I'm cooking - I got a new home! It's true - Benjamin and Lindsey from Denver, Colorado took a chance on me, and I'm so glad they did! I have a huge yard with plenty of room to stretch my growing legs, and because of different work shifts that my humans have, I'm hardly ever alone.

Foster Fail? Optimus Prime cannot be  associated with failure, so there must be a mistake! I have not and never shall be associated with a failure, so this is a success! Michael cannot fail either - he is my new Dad and perfect! My canine brother Sam rocks too! Failure? Get your terms straight, people! Foster success, and I have found my furever home with my furever family.

Well I am finally getting a shot at the life every dog deserves. Thanks to BDHP, I have found my new forever home in Castle Rock, Colorado, with Wendy and Jeff. I am excited to have regular meals and a new best dog friend. I also just learned that Wendy and Jeff have horses, lizards and cats and I can’t wait to meet them all along with human kids to play with.

Dear Casey and Gunnar, I would like to introduce myself. I am your new pup. My name is Achilles, and I am proud to have you as my people. I know you know a lot about me, but I would like you to know I know a lot about you too! I know you love animals, and are willing to go the distance to make sure they are happy and healthy.

We Neapolitan Mastiffs are a regal breed, but things haven’t been too regal for me lately. First my owner died, then I got sent to live with a foster family. But things are starting to turn around for Olivia (that’s me) because Ryan and Laurie in Ft. Collins, Colorado, just gave me a new forever home. Now I will have four new brothers and sisters and more love than I have ever had before. I’ve been told there are vacations, walks and a master bedroom couch in my future and I am excited about what the future holds for me.