True-Blue Pet Rescue

A Aurora, CO 80013 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at True-Blue Pet Rescue

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Alex

Male, Adult
Border Collie / Husky

Nani

Female, Adult
Border Terrier / Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Lilo

Female, Puppy
Border Terrier / Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Stitch

Male, Puppy
Border Terrier / Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Gigi

Female, Young
Border Terrier

Loretta

Female, Puppy
Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Pooky

Male, Adult, Special Needs
King Charles Spaniel

Rowena

Female, Puppy
Cattle Dog / Mixed Breed (Medium)

Quinn

Female, Puppy
Cattle Dog / Mixed Breed (Medium)

Riker

Male, Puppy
Cattle Dog / Mixed Breed (Medium)

Abby

Female, Young
Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler

Edwin (Eddie)

Male, Young
Australian Shepherd / Collie

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Areas True-Blue Pet Rescue Serves

Please note that we typically prefer to adopt our dogs to adopters in Colorado, and in-state applicants will be given first priority for adoptions. We make a commitment to our dogs that we will always take them back if things don’t work out, and the logistics of getting a dog back from out of state makes this more difficult. In addition, we are unable to do home visits in person in these cases, which means we aren’t able to really determine if the home is a good fit for the dog. We don’t provide transportation, and all adoptions must be done in person. We encourage out-of-state folks wishing to adopt to look for their future pets through their local shelters and rescue groups. There are many dogs all over that are highly adoptable and just waiting for homes.

True-Blue Pet Rescue's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

Please answer all questions, as deletions can cause delays in processing. Please make sure to name the dog or dogs you're interested in.

2. Approve Application

Once your application is submitted, you will receive a call from the adoption coordinator to answer further questions and to set up a meet.

3. Meet the Pet

Once approved you may take the pet home from the meet and greet if you choose, or set up another date to do so.

4. Sign Adoption Contract

Expectations include keeping pet current on vaccinations and returning the pet to us if things don't work out, among others.

Please understand that we are a volunteer-run organization, and as such, we have jobs and family responsibilities. We make every effort possible to respond to inquiries and applications within 24-48 hours, but there may be times that other obligations dictate that it may be longer. We appreciate your patience, and do our best to provide timely and courteous service. Applications take priority when we correspond. If you're truly interested in a pet, please fill out an application or you may miss the opportunity to adopt the pet you are inquiring about. Our priority is making a good match between what is best for our dog and your family so that you can have many happy years together, so submitting an application does not guarantee approval..

Adoption fees include spay or neuter, microchip, and vaccinations up to date. Applications must be submitted and approved prior to meeting the pet. All dogs are in foster care, we don't have a facility, so appointments are required. Adoptions are first come, first served among approved adopters.

Be advised that listed breeds are a guess based on common characteristics, and we make no guarantee about a dog's breed.

Adoption agreement includes the promise to return the dog if things don't work out; that the use of shock collars or other devices that can cause pain are not used; that everyone is in agreement to the adoption in the home; and that you will keep the dog vaccinated and on heartworm preventative. If a vet has determined that a puppy's health is compromised by sterilizing him or her prior to adoption, then the adopter must pay a $100 deposit that will be refunded once records are received to prove the surgery has been completed. An appointment will be set up for the surgery, and adopter will be expected to ensure the puppy gets to the appointment. Failure to do so will result in a breach of contract, and the rescue will reclaim ownership of the pet. Puppies that are not spayed or neutered prior to adoption must be sterilized within 90 days of adoption, or at a time recommended by a licensed veterinarian. We pay for those services if adopters use one of our 3 local veterinarians in Aurora, Lakewood, and Thorton. Sterilization is required for adoption.

About True-Blue Pet Rescue

We rescue desperate pets from high-kill shelters, those that have been dumped, or who are otherwise in need of a safe place and new family. We are dedicated to serving the needs of homeless pets. We are licensed through PACFA, the regulating body within the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture.

Come Meet True-Blue Pet Rescue's Pets

Available by appointment only. If you don't see what you're looking for, check back, or visit our Facebook page. We get new dogs of all sizes, personalities, and ages.

True-Blue Pet Rescue's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List