Category: “Young”

Meet Chip!

Meet Chip!

Howdy y’all, I’m Chip.

I recently moved from Eastern Colorado with my brother Carter. We used to be your typical country boys, spending our days lounging around the cornfield, but now I’m here in the Mile High city ready to meet my forever family and take advantage of everything Colorado has to offer.

When I’m not working on fitting in with my fellow Coloradans, you can find me in a game of tug-and-war with my brother Carter or curling up with him in our kennel. I love getting out and exploring my new state and meeting new people—humans big and small, and canines too. I do just fine with felines too!

As much as I’ve enjoyed my leasure time, I’ve also been hitting the books. So far I have mastered sit, using the bathroom in the appropriate place, and coming when my name is called. Pretty impressive, huh? I want to make sure I’m in tip-top shape when I meet my forever family. Which brings me to an important point: I’m currently looking for a family who can love me forever. If you want double the fun, I would LOVE to be adopted with my brother Carter. You interested?

Email my friends at PawsCo at or fill out an adoption application here to learn more about having me, Chip, join your family!

Chihuahua mix
7 months
4 lbs. (and growing!)

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Meet Keira!

Meet Keira!


Boxer mix


1 year old

55 lbs.


Hello my friends! How can I say that before even meeting you? Because I consider everyone my friend.

I love kids, I love adults, and I love other dogs. I’m just a girl with a heart bursting with joy and love for all!  My ideal home will give me the opportunities for exercise and play that make energetic Boxers like me happiest.

I am respectful of the other dog in my foster house, even when eating right next to him. I love playing with him but also will calm it down when he tells me it’s time to quit.  I am trainable and motivated to learn for you; I already know several tricks. I am curious about the family cat but politely leave her alone. I do well both when I’m crated and when I’m allowed free in the home while the humans are gone. I behave well with children and like to play but with my strength and youthful exuberance I might knock over a tiny one without realizing it.

I am making good progress with walking on a leash, but I’m a strong girl and will pull to meet another dog when I see one. But continued practice will help me tame my eagerness to socialize.

So, in a nutshell I’m as affectionate as the day is long and get along with creatures great and small. Sound good? Okay, let’s seal the deal and meet soon! Please contact to make a date with me after you fill out this application

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