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Lifeline Services:

Established in 1993, Lifeline has adopted almost 36,000 puppies to families across the Rocky Mountain Region, Kansas, Texas, and New Mexico.

No-Kill Young Puppy Rescue:

Lifeline rescues puppies under 16 weeks old, from shelters or other rescuers, that are not adequately prepared to care for or find proper homes for puppies.


To adopt a puppy from Lifeline, you will need to make a personal visit to our rescue and complete a qualifying questionaire to sign a contract. Adult adopters only. Average adoption fees range from $175 - $350. One free month of veterinary care insurance is included with each adoption, it the adopters responsibility to set up and activate the policy. All puppies are now spayed/neutered before adoption. All puppies are microchipped prior to adoption. This is already included in the adoption fee.

Education On Animal Issues:

Our experts counsel adopters and individuals on such issues as spay/neuter, early puppy care, pet introductions, and proper matching.

Veterinary Referral:

Lifeline offers an extensive listing of vets. These vets offer continuing puppy care advice and health information along with free exams to Lifeline Pet Rescue adopters.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Email us for a volunteer application if you have an interest in helping us to save puppies! We need volunteers for tasks every day of the week, special events, and fostering. Volunteering is for individuals 16 years and older or 13 years old with an adult, and a great place to give back with any work related team building for groups with an interest in pets and pet care! Orientation is required! Please e-mail Linda at volunteer.lifeline@gmail.com

Health Care:

Health care is very important to us. We have no health guarantee as puppies have immature immune systems. We offer a return option for any illness within 8 days where contracted vets treat illness. Wow! We encourage you to check out supplemental insurance at www.petfirst.com.

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