Available ARPH Dogs in the South West Region

 

ARPH's South West region includes: Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, California, Nevada, Utah and Hawaii.  We may not have a Representative in each location. Please check our Contact Page to see our list of Representatives.

Please complete our adoption application before contacting the Rep about an available dog.

 

 

     
 






 
Koda ARPH #13579


Meet Koda! Koda is a black tri, super fun, 1 years old (DOB 03/23/2017) neutered boy with a docked tail! He has lots of energy and is waiting for the perfect active person to come along. He spent the first part of his life living in an apartment, so he will need to get out and see the world.

Koda is house trained, food motivated and is starting to play with toys. He gets along with all his foster mom’s dogs, shows little interest in the cats and has attached himself to his foster mom. He would do best in an active home and possibly a performance home (with his activity level). He is house trained, sleeps in a crate and ready for some training!

Koda is located in Las Cruces, NM. If you are interested in adopting Koda, you must be willing to travel to Las Cruces to meet him. His rep is Donna Lee Lange donnalee.lange@yahoo.com


     
 



 
Liberty
ARPH #13698

Liberty is currently located in Sanger, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet her in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Liberty (aka: Libby) is a 5-month-old purebred Australian Shepherd that came to our organization after her family realized they simply could not devote enough time to raising her after finding out baby #3 was on the way.

Libby is brand new to our organization, so please check back for more updates as we get to know her more.

Rep: Laura Kempf -  aussie330@aol.com




 
   





 

 
Felicity ARPH #14002


Felicity is located in Justin, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet her in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Felicity is an 19-month-old black tri female that came to us with 11 other Aussies after their breeder experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them.

She is brand new to the organization, so please check back for updates as we get to know her more.

Rep: Laura Kempf aussie330@aol.com

 
   



 
 
Fresca ARPH #13706


Fresca is located in Colleyville, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet her in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Fresca is a 6-month-old black tri female that came to us with 11 other Aussies after their breeder experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them.

She is brand new to the organization and very scared, so please check back for updates as we get to know her more. 

Rep: Laura Kempf aussie330@aol.com


     
 



 

Oaklee ARPH #13728

Oaklee is located in Fort Worth, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet her in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Oaklee is a 3yo spayed black tri female that came to us with 2 other Aussies after their owner experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them. She is house-trained, crate-trained, and walks well on a leash. It is unknown how Oaklee would do with a cat, but she should go to a child-free home.

As a result of limited human interaction and due to the fact she is still adjusting to her new surroundings, Oaklee is reserved and shy. However, she is slowly gaining confidence as we continue to help her overcome her fears.

She is curious and is beginning to venture out from her "safe spot" in the corner to check things out. She desires human interaction and seems to want the attention, but it is apparent in her behavior this is foreign to her.

Oaklee is a quiet dog, and so far her foster owners have not heard her bark. She loves being outdoors and enjoys walks. Oaklee's foster mom has noticed she likes to collect things and bring them back with her to her "safe spot" (socks santa hat, and a soft dog toy), however she is not destructive.

Rep: Laura Kempf - aussie330@aol.com  

     





 
 
Ferdinand ARPH #13705

Ferdinand is a 10-month-old black tri male that came to us with 11 other Aussies after their breeder experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them. He is crate-trained and working on his leash-breaking and house-breaking skills. He is not suitable for a home with children and we don't know how he does with cats at this time, but he absolutely adores other dogs and will require a home with another dog (20+ lbs) in his future home.

As a result of limited human interaction as a puppy and living in a pen his entire life before rescue, Ferdinand is extremely shy and timid. He is still very uncertain about living as a house-pet, but puts forth an admirable effort every day to accept human interaction and love. His future home will need to understand what it means to offer him space during his transition period (which can be much longer than your average dog) and have realistic expectations about his future. There is no better policy than honesty and our honest assessment is that Ferdinand needs to progress at a very slow and steady pace to feel comfortable in his own skin. To aide in his progress, we are implementing a medicinal protocol to help take the edge off his fear at the recommendation of his treating Veterinarian, and it does seem to be helping! It is likely that this regimen may benefit him long-term.

Ferdinand is still very new to the organization and we are still working with him, so please check back for updates as we get to know him more.


Rep: Laura Kempf - aussie330@aol.com



     
 





 
Felix ARPH #13704

Felix is located in North Richland Hills, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet him in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Felix is a 10-month-old black tri male that came to us with 11 other Aussies after their breeder experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them. He is crate-trained and working on his leash-breaking and house-breaking skills. He is not suitable for a home with children and we don't know how he does with cats at this time, but he absolutely adores other dogs and will require a home with another dog (20+ lbs) in his future home.

As a result of limited human interaction as a puppy and living in a pen his entire life before rescue, Felix is extremely shy and timid. He is still very uncertain about living as a house-pet, but puts forth an admirable effort every day to accept human interaction and love. His future home will need to understand what it means to offer him space during his transition period (which can be much longer than your average dog) and have realistic expectations about his future. There is no better policy than honesty and our honest assessment is that Felix needs to progress at a very slow and steady pace to feel comfortable in his own skin. To aide in his progress, we are implementing a medicinal protocol to help take the edge off his fear at the recommendation of his treating Veterinarian, and it does seem to be helping! It is likely that this regimen may benefit him long-term.

He is still very new to the organization and we are still working with him, so please check back for updates as we get to know him more.

Rep: Laura Kempf - aussie330@aol.com


     
 


   
Opal ARPH # 13517

Opal is located in Flower Mound, TX and it is required that you travel there to meet her in person to adopt, no exceptions. We do need the entire party to be involved when meeting available dogs, including every family member and dog(s) that currently live in your home.

Opal is a 3yo spayed blue merle female that came to us with 2 other Aussies after their owner experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them. She is house-trained, crate-trained, and working on walking well on a leash.

As a result of limited human interaction and due to the fact she is still adjusting to her new surroundings, Opal is quite reserved and shy. However, she is slowly gaining confidence as we continue to help her overcome her fears.

Rep: Laura Kempf - aussie330@aol.com


     
 






 
Owen ARPH #13729

Owen is a 3yo neutered blue merle male that came to us with 2 other Aussies after their owner experienced life-altering circumstances and could no longer provide for them. He is house-trained, crate-trained, and doing well with leash-training. He is a big boy that came to us overweight, but has been doing very well on his diet and has already lost 5lbs! At times, Owen doesn't realize just how big he is and can be a bit exuberant at first, but once he's had time to adjust and learn the house rules and routine, he does much better!

This is from Owen's foster mom:
"Owen is the biggest teddy bear! And I do mean big! In his foster home, he is working on weight loss in addition to basic manners. While he's just getting used to being in the house, he is no stranger to snuggles. This love bug wants all your attention and love.

Owen is not cat friendly, but he's shown no interest toward indoor song birds in his foster home. Due to his larger frame size, he may not be the most suited for a home with small children, as he might accidentally knock them over.

He's low energy for a young Aussie, and so far low drive for games of fetch or chase. But he loves to throw around a good stuffed animal. He also has a hoarding habit so if you can't find your shoe, you may need to ask Owen where he left it.

He's wary of meeting new dogs and does best with others of low energy. A dog park would be too overwhelming for him. But anywhere he can go to get pets and love and snuggles is where he wants to go!"

Rep: Laura Kempf - aussie330@aol.com


     
     
     
     

 

 

 

 

 



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