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My name is Ruff!

Dalmatian Dog for adoption in Gardena, California - Ruff
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I'm being cared for by:
Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue, Inc

Facts about Ruff

  • Breed: Dalmatian
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: Ruff
Ruff is an 8 year old Dalmatian boy whose family tried to find him a new home before they moved but were not able to so they left him at the Agoura Hills Shelter. Ruff is housebroken and also spent a lot of time in the backyard. He would do best in a home with adults only as the only pet. Ruff is very loving and affectionate. We will post more information as we get to know him. Ruff is located in Southern California. We place our dogs in Southern California or nearby areas only. We do not ship dogs.

Ruff is a special needs dog because he is going blind due to progressive retinal atrophy. Ruff needs a home that is familiar with the needs of blind dogs.

Adoption fees range from $275 to $400. The lower end is charged for older dogs and the higher end is for puppies or young dogs.

If you think you might be interested in meeting and adopting this dog or any of our other dogs please email us at rescue@savethedals.org and we will send you a link to our adoption application. Or you may copy and paste this link into your browser: www.savethedals.org/form_adopt.htm If you have already completed our adoption application let us know and we will search our data base. Thank you.

About Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

Who we are: Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to the rescue of Dalmatians from shelters, the promotion of adoptions of shelter Dalmatians and education of the public about the Dalmatian breed. We began in 1996 when founder Terri Haase and a friend started taking their Dalmatians to movie theaters during the showing of "101 Dalmatians" to distribute educational flyers in an attempt to stop impulse buying of Dalmatian puppies. Save the Dalmatians was formally incorporated as a California non-profit corporation in 1998. Our brochure provides more detail.

Further documentation on our 501(c)3 status may be requested by writing to Save the Dalmatians, 15507 S. Normandie Avenue #432, Gardena, CA 90247.

What we do: Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue specializes in rescuing Dalmatians, Dalmatian mixes and other breeds from shelters and finding new permanent homes for them.

We also provide placement support to others fostering rescued Dalmatians and to Dalmatian owners who wish to rehome their own Dalmatians.

Another very important function of our organization is public education about the Dalmatian breed. We disseminate information via mail, email, telephone and at adoption events. We also work with newspapers, radio and television to have information about Dalmatians published or broadcast.

Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue is an affiliate of the Dalmatian Assistance League. We are all unpaid volunteers.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Log onto paypal and send money to rescue@savethedals.org or use our paypal donation button at http://www.savethedals.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our available dogs are shown by appointment. We prefer to be contacted by email at rescue@savethedals.org. Our online adoption application is located at
http://www.savethedals.org/form_adopt.htm

Our Adoption Process...

The first step in adopting one of our dogs is filling out our adoption inquiry form which can be found on our Web site at http://www.savethedals.org/form_adopt.htm

If you are interested in adopting one of the dogs that are available from Save the Dalmatians and Others Canine Rescue please completely fill out this form and submit it to us.

We will interview you, perform a home check and meet you in person to show the dog to you. Adopters must sign a contract. An adoption fee is required.