The most Amazing Angel!
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The most Amazing Angel!
Breed: Dalmatian Mix
Age: Under a year
A beautiful young female with a gorgeous coat that looks and feels like cotton. Playful and may also be docile at times. Good with older children, other dogs and currently lives in a foster home with cats. Cotton would thrilled to live in a home with a nice fenced in yard where she could get daily exercise, plenty of toys to keep her entertained and occupied when alone. Regular socialization would be recommended to promote a stable temperament. In the right hands Cotton would be capable of learning and doing anything. Owners would need to understand the necessity of leadership.
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My dear Dalmatian is deceased, of old age. He was 13 years and 8 months old, which is pretty old by Dalmatian dog standards. Vet said his age was about the same as a human who made it to 95. I want to adopt another purebred Dalmatian male preferred but female is OK too. Must NOT be neutered, either one, in any way. Cannot pay, disabled on Social Security, but will take good care of the dog. I just LOVE Dalmatian dogs! Email me. I am Dwight60 and I am at gmail dot com.
Loves to go swimming and take walks. Loves to play tug a war. Very play full.
Hi! I came from a big litter of 10 and from a good 6 hours from where my new home is...my new mom had just recently lost her other baby Dalmatian to old age, and as we aren't all that popular in Virginia these days I was estatic to go to a good home where I have become a big part of a new family and I am rotten to the core. My big sister Spike has helped me adjust to my new home and I can almost outrun her ;)
Sweetest dal (pal) I ever had!1
My mom finally got me when I was 5 months, but bought me at 2 months. I was in pretty rough shape. I only weighed 10 pounds and could see all my ribs, and was pretty sick.
Dot is a beautiful, petite little thing. She was a rescue, and came to live with me about 3 years ago. Her 10 years are just an estimate. She is great with children, loves to spend time with mom, and travels very well. She is constantly moving past a puppyhood full of abuse, and lives with the scars to prove it.
Dot LOVES new clothes. She refuses to go outside without a coat, and everytime we go to the pet store, she NEEDS a new one. She shows them off like a runway model.
Sparkle was another of our rescue dogs we kept and made a member of the family. She was devoted to my youngest daughter and spent every night sleeping next to her. When I rescued her she had been starved and was half the weight she should have been. Ribs were injured, she was battered and bruised and scared of about everyone, esp. men. With patience and long, hard work she gradually became social and less defensive. Unfortunately she got breast cancer and was not able to survive. On Feb 2, 2010 she died. Her spirit is still with us. She is still our dog.
Pennie is a liver spotted Dalmation