This week there is another litter of adoptable puppies available at Lifeline Puppy Rescue.
The puppies include heeler mixes, pit bull mixes, sharpei and hound mixes -- all of them adorable and under 16 weeks old.
Adopting a puppy from Lifeline frees up space in the no-kill shelter to rescue more puppies, but if you aren't ready to adopt yet, remember you can always make a donation instead.
Call Lifeline Puppy Rescue's hotline at (303)-655-9696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about a puppy. Some of the puppies available for adoption may be in foster care. All of Lifeline Puppy Rescue's puppies are $200 and include 30 days of pet health care insurance, a free veterinary wellness exam at over 55 participating vet clinics, and pet training referrals. Adopters will receive $50 back if they prove the dog has been spayed or neutered. You must be over the age of 18 to adopt.