My name is Dali!

Dalmatian Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Dali
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South Side Street Dogs

Facts about Dali

  • Breed: Dalmatian
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Please read entire post, to the bottom. If interested, follow instructions on applying.
Dali is an 18 month old MINI-DALMATIAN. He is fully grown, and weighs 18 lbs.
The Mini Dalmatian is a designer breed, created from breeding a Fox Terrier and a Dalmatian. We didn't believe it ourselves, but yes, they exist!

Dali was found with several little dogs in the feeder road of the freeway dodging traffic. Sadly, two of the little dogs didn't make it out alive. It appears one of the dogs had attacked Dali as he had bite marks about his head and ears, for which he received antibiotics and a topical spray which helps accelerate debriding, tissue growth, and closing of the wounds. The wounds have healed.

Dali is free of heartworms and intestinal parasites, up to date on routine vaccinations and preventatives, is neutered and microchipped. Although he is a nervous dog, he will warm up and becomes quite the kissy-cuddlemonster :)

Dali gets along well with other dogs, he prefers small dogs. Dali is house/crate trained. We do not know how he is with cats, but if you need, we can test him. Let us know if this is a need for you. He loves to be held and be with his people, loves to sleep in bed with his people, under the covers.
He prefers a quiet atmosphere with no children, or children under 16.

Should a gathering or social event take place, Dali would prefer to have a place to hide out of sight, like a crate in a quiet, closed bedroom out of the way. Dali should not be in a home with children or in a very loud home with many social events.

To get the ball rolling, please visit our website to complete online adoption application to get the ball rolling!

Local (Houston area) adoptions only for Dali, please.

Thank you so much!
Adoption fee: $200

About South Side Street Dogs

About Our Rescue Group...

The street dogs in Houston's Sunnyside neighborhood are in desperate need of help. They live in deplorable conditions fending off starvation and abuse. South Side Street Dogs is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works exclusively and tirelessly for the street dogs of this area.
SSSD strives to change the attitudes towards animals in the hearts and minds of residents in Sunnyside- working to raise a sense of compassion through education, awareness, and setting an example of humane human to human/human to companion animal coexistence by our presence in the field.
SSSD aims to change lives through action and awareness- not just enriching the lives of the animals, but also of the residents.

SSSD does NOT pull from shelters or accept dogs from the general public.
We only accept STREET DOGS into our program from our feeding routes on the streets of Sunnyside if fosters and funding are available. There is a waiting list of triaged street dogs, prioritised by the dogs in most danger feverishly networked and placed first. Minor injuries and illnesses are vetted in the field and seriously injured dogs are taken off streets and vetted asap.

Our goal is to rescue the street dogs before they end up in the wrong hands.

Here is a small glimpse of the area we work and what we do:

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not have a public facility. Our adoptable pets live in volunteers' foster homes and some even in boarding facilities due to lack of fosters. If you see a companion you feel would would fit in with you and your family, please contact us for an adoption application. You can not visit with one of our dogs until you are approved for adoption.

Additionally, if you feel you would like to open your home to an animal in need as a foster, please fill out an online foster application!

Fosters are an invaluable resource in the work that we do rescuing these homeless dogs from the streets. It is a very rewarding way for dog lovers to give back to the community!

Our Adoption Process...

Thank you for considering adopting a rescue companion! We look forward to helping you on your journey to finding the perfect friend for you and your family. We strive to ensure that each pet is a good match on a variety of lifestyle, energy, temperament, and personality levels.

Our adoptable pets have lived lives of homelessness, neglect, abuse, and in extreme cases, even torture. In order to visit with one of our adoptable pets, you must first be approved for adoption. To start the ball rolling, please contact us for an adoption application today! You must first be approved for adoption before you can visit with one of our adoptable pets.

Adoption policy & fees:

One must be 25 years of age or older to adopt one of our pets, and have a valid photo ID with matching current address; agree to home visit; be able to provide a stable home physically and financially for the pet.

Our online adoption application:

Non-refundable Adoption Fees:






PUPPIES UNDER 5/6 MONTHS *depending on breed/weight
**((Note: Unsterilized puppies under 5 months are on foster-to-adopt contract only, and adoption is final ONLY when pup has undergone spay/neuter surgery. Until that time, the pup remains in our name, our "property" under the law and adopter is considered a foster until surgery has been completed. Adopter can opt to use their own vet for spay/neuter at their expense by date set by rescue. Adoption will not be final until proof of spay/neuter submitted to rescue.))

Chapter 828 of the State of Texas Health and Safety Code specifies that all animals adopted from humane organizations be spayed/neutered.
For this reason, we do NOT adopt puppies under 6 months out of the Houston area.