Thursday, July 11, 2013

Busters Medical Fund

Buster needs our help! He was born with a rare birth defect. Buster is a wonderful 10 week old Pit bull Mix. He is full of joy and is such a cuddle bug. Buster will need surgery and it's required to give him a good quality of life. The surgical procedure will remove the rest of his leg. 
It’s a very expensive surgery, but needed in order to give him a second chance at life. Our goal is to raise $1,000 to help offset the cost of his procedure. Please donate today and help save his life.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Help Save A Life!

Hello everyone!  Meet Jase.  A very cute, sweet, loving pup. Jase is a Lifeline Puppy Rescue alumni who needs our help! He has a severe heart murmur. The murmur, a result of turbulent blood flow in the heart valve. The only way to correct his illness, Jase will need surgery soon. The surgical procedure will insert a balloon into the valve and is required to save his life. 

It’s a very expensive surgery, but needed in order to save his life. Our goal is to raise $1,000 to help offset the cost of his procedure. Please donate today and help save his life.


Thursday, December 6, 2012


Don't miss out on the 2013 Mr. Lifeline Calendar featuring adorable alumni puppies and shirtless men. Order your calendar today! This high-quality professional calendar makes a perfect gift for all the animal lovers in your life and is the ideal addition to your home or office. Calendars are only $15 including flat rate shipping and benefits the puppies of Lifeline Puppy Rescue! Purchase yours today - we only have a limited amount available! 

100% of the purchase price will go towards our large expenses to vaccinate, medicate, provide lifesaving care to our puppies, and help update our shelter. 


Special Thanks to J. Gisele Events LLC and Contemporary Expressions Photography. 

Friday, November 30, 2012

Friday Puppy Fix!

Every Friday we will update the blog with pictures of the puppies that will be available that weekend at our adoption event.  Here is your Puppy Fix for this week!

For more information about these puppies, please visit our website: 

Thursday, November 29, 2012

How to Survive Puppy Teething

Is your puppy chewing on everything? Are they ripping apart those new shoes and chewing anything they come into contact with? 

Your puppy could be teething. As the baby teeth fall out, adult teeth begin to appear through the gums. From 4 to 6 months of age, puppies will go through an intense time of teething. 

It’s as painful for puppies as it is for humans who are teething. Puppies chew on just about everything to massage their gums and ease the pain. Other symptoms include bleeding of the gums. You may even notice your puppy's gums bleeding and blood on their toys. 

So what can you do to ease the pain? Place a chew-proof toy in the freezer. Once it's frozen, take it out, thaw for an hour, and then give to the puppy to chew. The cool toy will feel good on your dog's gums and keep him occupied for a long time! 

You can also Soften your puppy's dry dog food with water or chicken broth. This will make it easier to chew and make for a happy puppy!

The teething process should be completed once the puppy is 8 months old. Your puppy will have 42 teeth, 21 on its upper jaw and 21 on its lower jaw. Make sure to take good care of your dogs teeth! 

Monday, November 26, 2012


We just passed a huge milestone! In the past 19 years we have adopted out 26,000 puppies into happy forever homes! 

Welcome to the Lifeline Puppy Rescue Blog!

Hello everyone! 

Welcome to the Lifeline Puppy Rescue Blog! This is the place to stay up-to-date on
 tips, events, announcements and everything Lifeline Puppy Rescue! 

Lifeline was founded as a no-kill shelter to stop the nonsense killing of puppies and started saving lives.  Lifeline Puppy Rescue has adopted almost 26,000 puppies to families across the Rocky Mountain Region, Kansas, Texas, and New Mexico. 

Lifeline Puppy Rescue was founded to answer a crisis. The ugly reality is that approximately 3.7 million unwanted pets are euthanized at animal shelters every year. 

Lifeline Puppy Rescues Mission is to: Prevent the overpopulation problems we are facing everyday, Promote responsible pet ownership, Place puppies into loving forever home. 

Coco, Caramel, and Julie! We rescued these beautiful pit bull mix's 
this summer from New Mexico. 

For more information about Lifeline Puppy Rescue, please visit  our website: