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Harvey's Hope Animal Rescue

Foster Based throughout New England, NH, 03051

Shelter Description

Harvey's Hope Animal Rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), all-volunteer organization that exists to rescue, re-home, and rehabilitate homeless, unwanted, abused, and neglected dogs and place them in loving and responsible forever homes. We aim to decrease the euthanasia rates of our high-kill shelter partners by promoting adoption and educating the public on the importance of spaying/neutering and microchipping their pets. Lastly, we strive to maintain a network of dependable foster families, capable veterinarians, and experienced trainers to ensure preparedness of our rescued pets for healthy, fulfilling lives in their adoptive homes.

Areas Served

We are a foster-based rescue and do not have a physical location. The dogs are not located in Hudson, NH- that is our home office. The dogs can be located anywhere in New England, or with one of our southern partners. Once the dog arrives in New England, the pre-approved adopter must travel to pick up the dog. We do not transport within New England or adopt outside of New England.

Adoption Instructions

Because we are committed to matching the animal to the right family, your application will be processed to adopt versus for the animal of your preference. The adoption process includes: adoption application, phone interview, vet and personal reference checks, home visit, a non-refundable deposit and adoption/donation fee, and an adoption contract. All resident pets must be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccines to be considered to foster/adopt. We reserve the right to suggest other animals for adoption or deny this application for any reason if we feel the adoption is not in the best interest of the animal. The adoption fee for all dogs is $575. Please allow at least 1-2 weeks for processing as we are 100% volunteer-run. We receive multiple applications for each dog. Your dog of choice may not be available by the time your application is processed, but we will do our best to find another dog that will be a good fit for you. Please read each field and answer thoroughly. We look forward to reviewing your application soon! Breed selection is done in conjunction with the veterinarians (both southern and northern) and our fosters, and is not to be considered a guarantee but rather a well-educated decision from well-qualified staff. Sometimes, “hound mix” or “lab mix” is the only selection that can be made. Due to the extremely high volume of inquiries we receive, we ask that you complete and submit an application before asking additional questions. We try very hard to include all available information in our bios and update them when new information becomes available. We are excited to help you find your new family member! However, as a reminder, Harvey’s Hope is operated 100% by volunteers and we do not have a physical facility for you to visit. Your application must be completed and approved by a HHAR Board member in order to bring a dog to New England. Our fosters open their hearts and homes to help rehabilitate animals, so we take their safety and personal time into account before arranging meet and greets. We want to spend our time saving dogs and assisting those adopters who have taken the time to complete the application process. Thank you for understanding and we hope to chat soon!

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Pets in this Shelter

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Balboa

Hounds (All Types)

Looking for a loving sidekick? Balboa might be your guy! This incredibly sweet 5-7-year-old dog loves hanging his head out of the window... show more

Looking for a loving sidekick? Balboa might be your guy! This incredibly sweet 5-7-year-old dog loves hanging his head out of the window on car rides, accepting lots of treats, and rolling in the grass. He just wants to be with you no matter what! While Balboa didn't always have it easy, he's gotten overcome a lot with his strong, joyful spirit. Balboa came to us paralyzed because he was shot with a BB gun. The BB is still in him, as it would do more damage to remove, but Balboa didn't let that dampen his enthusiasm. While he initially lost a ton of muscle mass, he's a fighter and is doing good on recovery, walking on his own. He has just successfully completed his heartworm treatment at our vet in South Carolina, so will be ready for his forever family in June! Apply to foster-to-adopt the sweetest boy ever today! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Bambi

American Pit Bull Terrier

Bambi is approximately 8 years old and is looking for her forever home. Bambi is good with other dogs smaller than her once proper intro... show more

Bambi is approximately 8 years old and is looking for her forever home. Bambi is good with other dogs smaller than her once proper introductions are completed. She is learning some basic manners with our South Carolina boarding partner while she waits for her forever! Unfortunately, it is evident that Bambi was abused in the past and is extremely submissive upon corrections for unwanted behavior. She will drop to the ground as if you are going to hurt her, even with a verbal "no" or if you redirect her mouthiness with a plush toy. She will need to work with a behaviorist in her new home. She would do best in a home with another submissive dog or as the only dog getting all of the loving. She would not do well with a cat or children under 10 years old. She really dislikes having her picture taken, but we promise she is happy! This 55lb mama gave birth in Texas to a litter of puppies who were eaten alive by fire ants. Her one surviving pup, Flower, was adopted and now that Bambi has completed her heartworm treatment, she eagerly awaits a home of her own. Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Blizzard

Husky

Blizzard is a 5 year old husky and weighs about 55 lbs. He loves to be outside, and is excited to run around, but quickly settles down i... show more

Blizzard is a 5 year old husky and weighs about 55 lbs. He loves to be outside, and is excited to run around, but quickly settles down in the house. He is very affectionate and is always happy to give kisses and receive pets, or to chase a ball and play with dog toys. Blizzard is working on house training, but is crate trained and walks well on a leash. He is quickly learning basic commands and is a fast learner, especially when treats are involved!   Blizzard’s ideal family will be active and walk or hike with him at least twice a day. He would also make a good running buddy. The home will have an active dog for Blizzard to play and run with, and a large yard with 6ft fencing. While his first response is to be tough with other dogs, once he sees the dog won't play until he backs off, he settles right in—and it is important that he has a playmate. His future family will have dog-savvy kids, or a kid-free home, with no small animals that he would want to chase, and will understand that Blizzard is a vocal Husky. Blizzard’s adopter(s) will also understand how important it is for him to continue and be consistent with his training program. He has entered a 6-8 week board and train program and will be available for meets around April, but you can get pre approved to be his new family today!   Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Buddy

Chihuahua

Hi! I'm Buddy! my daily routine consists of eating, napping, zoomies, repeat! I put eating first because it's my favorite. I'll eat anyt... show more

Hi! I'm Buddy! my daily routine consists of eating, napping, zoomies, repeat! I put eating first because it's my favorite. I'll eat anything you give me, and I'll thank you a million times! I take my breakfast at 7 am and 5 pm on the dot and treats in between when I've earned them. I also accept fluffy toys as payment for my good behavior: the bigger the better! Napping is my second favorite activity, and I am happy to do it anywhere- out in the sun, inside the car, wrapped up in a fuzzy blanket, or on your lap! Just please be careful when you wake me up; I don't love fast movements and can nip out of fear. Because of this, I probably wouldn't be the best match for little kids or chaotic households, but I'd love a family with older kids and maybe a calm dog as well. I'd like a laid back house that enjoys playing ball once in a while (because I am really good at it when I get zoomies), is consistent with crate training, has lots of toys and blankets, and knows how to manage a little dog's diet because I could eat till I explode. The vet thinks I'm a Chi- JRT mix, about 2-3 years old, and I've rounded out at 19lb (I should be 15, but quarantine and crate rest...). I go right in my crate with a "bedtime" command, I have mastered "sit" for a treat, and I am about 90% potty trained (my treatment was hindering this). My foster home has other dogs (5lb to 50lb) but no kids or cats. I met an 8-year-old girl, and she liked to snuggle, so I really liked her. I am a creature of habit and don't love the routine getting changed up too much. Usually, new people make me nervous, but if they're calm and give me some space to come around, I like to settle in for a snuggle. Sometimes I have nightmares about being at a dog park or a big party... I get scared just thinking about it! I do my best to keep my family safe by raising my voice to let them know when I hear something off, so apartments, attached condos, duplexes, etc. would not be ideal for me. A fenced in yard is a must because I love being outside and it can be tough to get me inside on nice days. I was a local owner surrender with heartworm disease, but under Harvey's Hope's care, I have successfully completed my treatment and am finally available for adoption! I'm hoping to find a forever home where we can take it slow and really bond. Like most Chi mixes, I can be moody, so my new family really needs to be familiar with my breed and know I will likely never be a social butterfly with new people or dogs. I just like routine and my close circle, like a lot. Think we can be best friends forever this time?   Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Cuttles

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Who wants to play fetch with this sweet, silly gal? This playful young pup is bursting with love and energy. She never turns down a meal... show more

Who wants to play fetch with this sweet, silly gal? This playful young pup is bursting with love and energy. She never turns down a meal and has been having lots of fun playing with her other puppy friends. While she has the young dog energy, Cuttles also looks forward to some downtime in her crate. However, her energy could bother a low-energy dog, so another young pup would be the best fit for her. Cuttles came from Harris County, TX. The shelter adopted out all of her puppies, and she was the only one left. She is just over a year old, approx. 50lb, and has successfully completed heartworm treatment with our vet in South Carolina. She hasn't been able to meet any kids under 12. Cuttles is in New England with a fantastic foster home, so get your applications in now if this girl sounds like the one you've been missing!  Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Deidre

Basset Hound

This low-riding mama is ready to steal your heart! At 38 pounds, Deidre is just the perfect snuggling size, and she certainly likes to t... show more

This low-riding mama is ready to steal your heart! At 38 pounds, Deidre is just the perfect snuggling size, and she certainly likes to think of herself as a lap dog...she'll crawl right into your lap for snuggles! Deidre is around 3 years old and as sweet as can be. When she sees you smile, her tail starts going and she loves to come up to you and nuzzle and will rest her head on your lap. Before she gave birth to her recent litter, dubbed the "Irish Pups" (who found their forever homes in no time), Deidre had Dylan, who is also patiently waiting to find his new family. While we aren't quite sure what breeds make up this magical mama, the vet thinks all her puppies are Basset Hound mixes, and she certainly has the legs  (which are as tall as a new pencil) to match that theory. Deidre has successfully underdone heartworm treatment, and we're happy to report that she's finally negative and is being fostered in New England, ready for her forever home! She's great with kids, but also can get excited when she sees people she likes, so she might accidentally knock over a little one. We're working on it, though! Deidre isn't a fan of cats and appreciates slow introductions to other dogs so that she knows they aren't going to hurt her. Apply today to give Deidre the chance she deserves!   Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Emma

American Staffordshire Terrier

The key to Emma's heart is a snuggle and a hotdog. Can you count all the ways that she smiles? This 3-year-old sweetheart is from Harris... show more

The key to Emma's heart is a snuggle and a hotdog. Can you count all the ways that she smiles? This 3-year-old sweetheart is from Harris County, TX. Weighing in at about 50 pounds, she's been determined to be a Staffy/Basset mix. You may not be able to tell from her pictures, but she's a low-riding girl. Emma has received her vaccines and been spayed, so now she is just waiting for someone to take her home forever! Our boarding partner in SC says that Emma is absolutely the sweetest girl, all around! They love her! They said "Emma is going to be someone's best friend! She really just wants to hang out with you, no matter what you're doing." She has learned to sit and is really close to mastering "down," and isn't a fan of being in her crate; she's a little social butterfly and loves to be around people. The shelter told us that Emma was cat-friendly, but she wasn't a big fan of the cat she met with us, so we're going to suggest she isn't in a home with cats. Apply to foster or adopt Emma today!    Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Grace

American Pit Bull Terrier

At 3 yrs old and just 45 lbs and 18” tall, Grace is a perfectly sized low-riding pocket pittie. She is an incredibly sweet, mellow dog—e... show more

At 3 yrs old and just 45 lbs and 18” tall, Grace is a perfectly sized low-riding pocket pittie. She is an incredibly sweet, mellow dog—except in the presence of squeaky toys, which she dismantles with great delight. Grace loves the warm weather and is happy to lie out in the sun for hours. She is not fond of the cold but will patiently allow her foster parents to put on and take off her coat when needed and let them clean her paws when she returns inside. Grace loves belly rubs, snuggles, and trying to occupy the exact same space as her humans. Her dislikes include baths, rain, and feeling left out—if there is something interesting going on, she wants to be there! Grace rides well in the car, does well in her crate, and only goes potty outside. Grace loves humans and is fine with other dogs with slow, proper introductions. We have also been told she does not like kitties, but she does not seem to have a prey drive, so she might not have a problem with other small critters. She has been around kids as young as 1.5 and based on those interactions she appears to be fine with dog-savvy kids that let her go to her safe space if she needs some quiet time. Based on foster home observations, Grace would be perfectly happy to get out all her energy playing with toys, doing puzzles, and running around a fenced yard or a couple of short walks a day. Grace has shown herself to be a willing learner, happy to learn new behaviors and puzzles with the aid of treats. Grace will need to work on leash-walking skills in her new home. Luckily, Grace is incredibly food motivated and thinks just about any treat is high-value, so training should be pretty smooth. Unfortunately, Grace's previous owners did not keep her on heartworm prevention, so did have to undergo treatment, which she successfully completed. Now that she's heartworm negative, she's available for adoption! Grace is a local surrender from Connecticut who gave birth to 10 puppies just days after being rescued. If you adopt Grace, you can join the Harvey’s Hope alumni group and meet all her puppies. .  If you want this snuggly little lady in your home, apply today! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Howie

Pit Bull Terrier

Howdy, meet Howie! Howie is an incredibly smart dog who thrives for a job. He needs an experienced and active owner that can continue to... show more

Howdy, meet Howie! Howie is an incredibly smart dog who thrives for a job. He needs an experienced and active owner that can continue to challenge him mentally and physically. Howie has lots of energy that he can sometimes focus on learning some new skills. He does amazing with obedience and loves to learn. It takes him no time at all to learn something new, and we can imagine that he would excel in obstacle courses or something similar. Even though he may need mental and physical stimulation, Howie also likes to have a good time and can be extremely silly, goofy, and has an awesome personality once he starts to trust. This 2-year-old Pitt/Hound mix is very food-driven and loves toys and playing fetch. While his trainer doesn't feel he's best suited for young children or small pets, she does think he would do best with a submissive yet confident dog. Howie has been exposed to horses and donkeys and has been completely fine with them. He loves hanging out with his people and does completely fine indoors. He will alert you to let you know if someone is in the yard, but once he’s told its okay, he loves to get attention from them. Howie needs to have an owner that will set boundaries for him and make sure they stick to them. He’s very easy to correct and loves any type of positive praise. Think we could be a dynamic duo? Apply today! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Kane Brown

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Kane Brown is looking for a calm, quiet forever home. He and his siblings came to us very scared and anxious as part of a hoarding case... show more

Kane Brown is looking for a calm, quiet forever home. He and his siblings came to us very scared and anxious as part of a hoarding case in SC. There were over 27 dogs on the property who had never seen more than their four kennel walls their entire life. Out of all of the dogs that came from this particular hoarder, Kane Brown seemed to be the most clearly traumatized. However, he has made huge strides forward! This sweet boy would do best in a quiet home without children. He does okay with other dogs if introduced slowly, so we can see him thriving with a calm and confident dog. Kane does well on a leash and takes treats nicely. He will allow you to pet and love him, but he is still a bit anxious if he’s approached quickly. He will need time to come out of his shell.  People he’s not familiar with still make him nervous, but he's getting better every day. He does well inside his crate and doesn’t have any accidents inside our home. He will bark to let you know he needs to go outside. He likes to chat with his humans and playing with toys and will even carry them around. He has made huge strides forward and just needs a patient and understanding owner! At around 9-11 months old, Kane and his siblings are projected to be medium size dogs, around 40-50lb when fully grown. The vet believes they are Fiest/terrier mixes. Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Kenny Chesney

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Kenny Chesney came to us a very scared pup and has really come out of his shell while here. While this pup will take time to adjust once... show more

Kenny Chesney came to us a very scared pup and has really come out of his shell while here. While this pup will take time to adjust once he is in a new home, once he adjusts, he shows his very sweet and incredibly playful personality. He needs slow introductions to other dogs and will do best with another confident dog to help guide him, especially since he feeds off of the other dogs around him. Kenny needs a home with no small kids and a quiet environment, as loud or busy environments make him nervous. This 9-11 months old puppy loves toys, and he is crate trained and has had no accidents inside. He barks to let you know he needs to go outdoors. Kenny Chesney loves romping and playing outside and enjoys a game of tug of war with his doggie friends. Kenny is curious and wants to say hello, but is still nervous with people he doesn’t know. Given time, he will approach to take treats from people he’s unfamiliar with. He’s getting braver and more curious every day. Kenny and his siblings were part of a hoarding case in SC. There were over 27 dogs on the property who had never seen more than their four kennel walls their entire life. He's still in a board and train to continue working on socialization and basic manners, but he should be ready for his forever home this Spring! These pups are projected to be medium size dogs, around 40-50lb when fully grown. The vet believes they are Fiest/terrier mixes. Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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King

Pit Bull Terrier

Meet King, a beautiful 55 lb young brindle pittie. This handsome fella may be a tri-pod but that doesn't stop him from running the show!... show more

Meet King, a beautiful 55 lb young brindle pittie. This handsome fella may be a tri-pod but that doesn't stop him from running the show! King was dropped at a shelter with a severe injury that resulted in his front leg being removed, but we knew he was a sweetheart who deserved a chance, so we scooped him up just days after his surgery. Now that he's fully recovered, he's become quite the flirt! He is super sweet and does not let the one less limb stop him from being a playful young dog. He is the sweetest boy ever and likes to be spoiled like the King that he is. King is thriving at his New England foster home where he enjoys chasing around his furry foster siblings and sharing time in the sun. He goes to work with his foster mommy every day at the salon and loves to meet new people. This sweet boy would love to find a forever home where he can chew on all the toys his heart desires and play with his family every day.  He is older kid-friendly but is unable to be cat tested.  Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Kiwi

Pit Bull Terrier

Kiwi is a sweet, cuddly 60 lbs, young pittie mix. She came to Harvey’s Hope in 2019, starved, at about 30 lbs. She has done so much heal... show more

Kiwi is a sweet, cuddly 60 lbs, young pittie mix. She came to Harvey’s Hope in 2019, starved, at about 30 lbs. She has done so much healing since then to get her skin back to normal, GI tract on track, and for her to trust in humans again. Kiwi is one of our founder's favorite dogs and has spent time in her home. She is smart and loyal, loves playing in the water, and cuddling with her human(s). Kiwi has been around older children but will consider a cat a snack. She has been tested with dogs as small as 11lb and as large as 90lb and did great. Because Kiwi was nearly starved to death, food is a trigger for her, and she has struggled with resource guarding behavior. She was adopted and then returned because of her food/toy aggression. Kiwi has undergone an 8-week board-and-train program and is now clicker trained for taking toys and food. She has been doing phenomenal! Her next adopter would need to closely abide by the written instructions from the trainer and find a local trainer that can continue working with her. She is truly an amazing dog and would make someone so happy if they just give her a chance. Apply to have this resilient girl join your family today! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Luke

Labrador Retriever

Luke is ready for summer! He's an incredibly sweet boy who loves being outdoors, laying out on the deck, and soaking in the rays. He wou... show more

Luke is ready for summer! He's an incredibly sweet boy who loves being outdoors, laying out on the deck, and soaking in the rays. He would much rather be outdoors than inside. While he loves to romp and play with all the other dogs and loves to play with his humans, he is also just as happy to lay next to you. Lucas is typically pretty quiet and doesn’t bark very often, but he will let you know if someone or something is in the yard that isn’t supposed to be there. The vet thinks he's probably a lab/boxer mix, but also might have some hound in him, but we think he's just 100% cutiepie! We can't believe his family gave up this four-year-old sweetheart, but apparently, they didn't want to pay the $50 it took to get him from the pound after he'd run away from their house. We think he deserves so much better!  Luke is respectful of the donkeys and horses on his foster's farm, but he is a bit too interested in them, so we're thinking he would do better with just dogs and people. Luke knows that he is supposed to potty outside and he is also crate trained! Overall Luke is a pretty laid-back guy who is a true lover at heart! If you want to foster or adopt this sweetheart, get your application in today!   Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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"Nala" - Zsa Zsa

Border Collie

This sweet girl was found as a stray in Texas and is approx. 7-8 months old, around 35lb. Our vet believes she is a collie/catahoula mix... show more

This sweet girl was found as a stray in Texas and is approx. 7-8 months old, around 35lb. Our vet believes she is a collie/catahoula mix and she would love a family who is active and understands that puppies are baby sharks for many months, and need proper training and socialization to help them through this period. ZsaZsa will likely be around 55-70lb when fully grown. She was adopted as a baby but returned due to no fault of her own - she entered the teething stage, and her adopters just weren't ready for a puppy. ZsaZsa needs a home with dog-savvy older children as she has a high prey drive and will pounce on things she sees as prey. Due to this, she will NOT be placed with cats or small critters. She will need a fenced-in yard and is not suited for apartment/condo living.  Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less

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Ugg

Blue Heeler

Meet Ugg, a pup who might as well be called "Ugg the Love Bug" because that's how he is. He loves all kinds of people and especially enj... show more

Meet Ugg, a pup who might as well be called "Ugg the Love Bug" because that's how he is. He loves all kinds of people and especially enjoys giving lots of snuggles and kisses to toddlers! He's super smart and lots of fun. Ugg gets himself in some... interesting positions. Just look at his photos! The vet says that he is a Heeler/ACD mix, but we're pretty sure he's part rabbit because he loves to hop up as high as he can. Maybe he has a future in agility competition, but one thing for sure, this boy will need a high fence in his forever home! Ugg and his siblings, the Winter Clothing pups, were born just before Christmas to a 50 lb mom, but since their dad is unknown, we can’t know for sure how big they’ll get, but will likely be a medium-sized dog when fully grown. His adopters should have breed experience with Australian Cattle Dogs or similarly high-energy, highly intelligent breeds. His family will be committed to providing structure and advanced training or maybe agility. He'll need a family who can help him build confidence and understand his place in the home. If you have the experience and want a loyal friend to join you in your highly active lifestyle, then snuggle up and cuddle, Ugg may be a match for you! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less