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|Colorado Dalmatian Dogs for Adoption|
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|Animal ID: 17-05-10-00422Maci and Maggie (female)|
The opportunity of a lifetime. Two very sweet young ladies (Maci and Maggie) need a home. They are house trained, kennel trained, good with small dogs and cats and oh so sweet sweet. These girls are the victims of a break up. When it was learned that they were being crated for 16 hours a day by the man in their life, we were asked to help. Still in their home in Brighton, with no yard, it is desired to find a forever home for the pair soon, for their sake. The girls are a completely bonded pair and we do not want to break that bond, so they must go to a home together. Double the fun! All vetting has been done. For more information, contact Beth at email@example.com. Adoption $600 for the pair. (Less)
Brighton, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-05-09-00149Waco (male)|
A very happy go lucky puppy, with a tail that will not stop, was left to die in a very high kill shelter. Luck would have it that he came to us and has been a real treat for his foster mom and the foster dog. A live wire for sure, Waco has energy to spare and really loves life.
Denver, NE MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-19-00255Jet (male)|
Our sweet boy Jet will be 2 in May. He is tired of being picked on be his brother, so we're looking for a new home (sadly) for Jet. He would be better in a home without other dogs. Jet is house broken, crate trained, microchipped and has good house manners. He currently goes jogging with his dad and he loves it, and would like to keep that up if possible. Or he could learn to go with a bike. He has no experience with young children but 13 yrs and older should be fine. Due to his brother's dominant behavior, Jet can be slow to relax around strangers, but he wants to be friendly. Treats work wonders with introductions tho. Given time, Jet will make a wonderful companion in the right home. (Less)
Weld County Hudson, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-16-00119Moxie (female)|
Moxie is a 6-month old Blue Heeler/Cattle Dog. She is very high energy and will need a yard or property to run around. She loves people, but can play rough so will not be a good choice for a home with small children. She will need an experienced dog owner who can train a very dominant dog. She knows basic commands and we are working on leash training. Unfortunately, our circumstances have changed and we are no longer able to give her the attention she needs.
Douglas County Highlands Ranch, CO MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 17-04-03-00048Davey (male)|
Poor Davey might be misunderstood, but he was in a large shelter and found that he could sleep with other dogs in tight spaces. He is wonderful with people and was a favorite there and staff was thrilled that he was saved by us. Then he was in a place with well meaning people but where he did not do well. We are hoping that issues there might not be real issues with him. Davey is a Dalmatian mix that was pulled from a high kill shelter in Texas and is now living in foster care in Denver, CO. He is estimated to be around a year old, but don't let his young age fool you, he is one of the most laid back dogs you will ever meet. Davey's favorite thing to do is lounge around, take naps, and chew on his toys, he is a major couch potato! He also thinks that he is a lap dog and will curl right up in your lap and fall asleep. Davey is one of the most people friendly dogs you'll meet, he loves strangers, kids, absolutely everybody! He is house trained, crate trained, and knows basic obedience, he is a VERY good boy at home. His only downfall is his not so great social skills with other animals. Davey is very reactive with other animals, he is currently in training to work on this issue, but at this time will need to be adopted out to a home with no other pets. For more information on this dog contact Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption $250. (Less)
Denver, NE MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-03-20-00588Jordan (male)|
Jordan almost crossed the River Jordan. When we were notified of him at the high kill TX shelter, he was quite ill. We worried that he might even have distemper due to his look and his issues. We worried too that he might not make it. BUT, with love and care of his TX foster mom, Jordan has come around and now is happy and healthy. He was found to be heart worm positive and has been on treatment for that. This handsome, energetic fellow with the striking good looks, loves all people. He always has a happy attitude and he is not a barker which is always nice. Jordan recently graduated from beginner obedience and is smart and so eager to please. He is also crate trained & house trained. He loves to play, run and be outdoors and would make a great running partner! Although Jordan gets along great with his foster sister, he can be selective about other dogs and requires proper introductions. His ideal forever home would have an experienced human leader to continue teaching and training Jordan as he blossoms into the amazing dog he is meant to be, and who would cater to Jordan's high activity level. Jordan would be fine as an only dog or could live with a female dog with proper introduction. Jordan is currently in foster in Gunnison, CO. For more info, contact Donna at email@example.com. (Less)
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Larimer County Ft Collins, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-18-00400Maddie (female)|
Maddie is brokenhearted. She has been adopted twice and returned twice. She tries so hard to do the right thing in her adoptive homes, but things change and Maddie is left out in the cold. At least her foster mom loves her and will always welcome her. So now this well mannered, loving and eager to please girl is hoping, once again, to find her forever home. She is looking for a home where she will be valued and loved FOREVER! Maddie is housetrained, crate trained, loves to play ball and cuddle. She has lovely house manners and can be trusted to be alone in the house. She is not trustworthy around cats, so no cats, please. Also, small children can make her uneasy, although she has never been snappy or nasty towards them, just avoids them. She has lived with 2 small male dogs and does well, but likes to be the boss. She has also lived with a large male dog (actually 2 at one time) and had a great time. For additional information on Maddie contact her foster mom, Barb Flores at: (970)302-0766. (Less)
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Larimer County Ft Collins, CO MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Dalmatian in Colorado|
Dalmatian Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. Dalmatians are energetic, companionable dogs. Dalmatians need to be with people and may become despondent if left alone. A Dalmatian makes a wonderful pet for families with children but should be supervised with very small kids. Dalmatians are good with other household pets but can be combative with dogs they do not know. Dalmatians have a slight tendency to be high strung or timid if they do not have enough exercise or socialization. Dalmatians are smart but can be stubborn. They respond very well to early, consistent obedience training. Dalmatians need a home with a good sized yard.
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