My name is Rarity!

Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix Puppy for adoption in Greenwood, Louisiana - Rarity
Photo 1 - Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix Puppy for adoption in Greenwood, Louisiana - Rarity
Photo 2 - Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix Puppy for adoption in Greenwood, Louisiana - Rarity
Photo 3 - Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix Puppy for adoption in Greenwood, Louisiana - Rarity
Photo 4 - Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix Puppy for adoption in Greenwood, Louisiana - Rarity
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
Rockers Rescue

Facts about Rarity

  • Breed: Dalmatian/American Bulldog Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10684547
This princess is on the prowl for a home!

Rarity (pronounced Rare-ity) was named by my daughter after one of the My Little Ponies. Rarity the pony is white and a we felt the name was unique and fitting! 

Background: Sweet Rarity was found dumped on a street in Texas. She was brought in by the local animal control where our rescue saw her picture online and fell in love. Her face resembled that of my personal dog. White with dots! We asked if she had any adoption interests and they said she did not and the shelter had many puppies in need of homes. We decided this beautiful gem would become a Rockers Rescue pup. 

  • Female 
  • Came under rescue Oct 2, 2016. 
  • Around 4 months old. Can be spayed mid December.
  • Up to date on shots, has all 3 series and been dewormed.
  • On monthly trifexis for heartworm/flea/tick prevention.  
  • Will be microchipped under our rescue prior to adoption. 
  • Vet guesses will grow to be around 40 lbs
  • Great with other dogs, loves to play with them,  should be okay with cats as she has seen some a few times, just teach her to be gentle.
  • Loves cuddling in bed at night. She is a snuggler!!!!!!
  • Kennel trained when not home.  
  • Breed:  For now we will guess dalmation and american bulldog as she seems to most resemble the two. Her nose has the dali heart shape I see on some pups. Her eyes look like she may end up having some bulldog in her. We really do not know though. 
  • Still working on potty training but once she is in a home and has a schedule her family can teach her the schedule and she will learn. 
  • Kids: Does great with my daughter (4 years old) BUT my daughter is tolerable with puppies and we teach Rarity as we go. My child is use to having foster puppies so every child must learn how to behave around playful puppies.
  • $100 adoption fee. 

Temperament: Rarity is very sweet. She loves to snuggle in bed at night. Loves playing with other dogs. Her current friends are a large rottweiler and a pitbull! In public she is kindly bashful as it is a new situation for her. She is a little scared to walk in public but very friendly and does relax. She just needs to go out more often to learn she is safe with her owner. Rarity is curious and playful with new dogs. Excited when she sees cats but she can be around them without harming. I suggest if she is to be near cats as she grows you teach her to be respectful as you would any dog. She loves playing with toys. Plays dead when she knows she has to go in her kennel because we are leaving. haha! She is a hoot and very sweet! Enjoys relaxing on the couch. 

Requirements: She is to be an indoor dog...not an outdoor dog. Fenced yard . She really loves sleeping in the bed at night. Im hoping she can find a family that may either make this exception or give her her own bed to enjoy. All of our animals are to be kept on monthly heartworm prevention.Our animals stay microchipped under our rescue and you keep your numbers updated with us. If the animal is ever found both parties will be trying to make contact with each other. This helps ensure their safety. 

Rarity has a $100 adoption fee. She cannot be spayed until mid December.  If adopted before then we suggest Robinsons Rescue as it costs around $68 for a female to be spayed. Her being spayed is a requirement. Again, she is up to date on shots, has been dewormed, on monthly trifexis for heartworm/flea/tick prevention, and will be microchipped under the rescue as well. 

If you would like to apply for Rarity please email us at to request an application.  

FOR LOTS OF PICS: follow this link to our facebook page's album for Rarity. :

About Rockers Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Rockers Rescue is a smaller organization. We were founded and became a 501c3 non profit in December of 2015. We are currently foster only with plans to have our own building set up down the road. Being foster only means we cannot help a dog in need without a home to temporarily watch the dog until it is adopted.
We fall in love with dogs that are in need. Dirty, scared. malnourished, mange, heartworms, embedded collars, elderly, etc. When we pull a dog under our rescue .... they are treated as if they are our own personal dogs. We get them fixed, microchipped, and up to date. We nurture them back to health and we get attached to them. We see lots of them evolve from scared and discarded little dogs to beautiful amazing ones. From a high kill shelter with no hope... to a lovely AMAZING pet.

Looking back at them from when we first got them..... and seeing them is worth every second. We want our adopters to have that same bond with them. We want them to know this isn't just a dog... its an amazing pet with a story. One that has been discarded but wants love. They DESERVE love.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Paypal: Vet: Benton Animal Hospital at (318) 965-2371 and tell them it is for Rockers Rescue. Mail: Rockers Rescue at P.O. Box 242, Greenwood La 71033. -"Donate Now" button at the top of our Facebook page: Rockers Rescue- Northwest La.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a foster only rescue so we do not have a location for potential adopters to visit. We are newer and working on set adoption days around Shreveport, Louisiana. You may email us at to see if we have current adoption days or check our facebook page Rockers Rescue- Northwest La.

If we do not have a current adoption event we require people to first fill out our adoption application before we will schedule a meet. We are foster only so this saves us time having the potantial adopter pre-approved.

Our Adoption Process...

We require people interested in our dogs to fill out an adoption application through email. We will call to do vet/ landlord checks. It is important that our adopters have their own vet and are fully prepared mentally and financially for another pet. All of our animals are to remain on heartworm prevention. We prefer fenced back yards but dependent on the dog they may be able to handle a different lifestyle. It just depends.
If approved we will plan a meet to see how the dog does in your home environment and with your pets and family. If you are not local we will request pictures of where the pet would be staying. If you are not local it helps for us to know all about your animals and their temperaments etc.

The adoption fees may vary but they are around $100 with the animal being spayed or neutered, up to date on shots, on heartworm prevention, and microchipped.

With any of our dogs that have heartworms we do slow treatment. This is less harsh on the dog than full blown treatment. The dogs are able to maintain their normal lifestyle. With full blown treatment it is dangerous if they do not remain calm. They get 2 doxycycline pills twice a day for a month. Along with taking preventative. This kills the baby heartworms and prevents more from being born while weakening the adults until they die off. Our dogs going through slow treatment are very much adoptable but if they are still taking their month of pills they require a responsible owner to be sure they take them.

Some of our dogs may be getting shots weekly for non-contagious mange etc. If you are local to us you could bring the dog to our vet to continue their shots. If you aren't local we would have to work it out so that the dog could go to your vet to finish their treatment. We want the best for our dogs. If you are interested in adopting one that currently has more special care we can see what can be worked out. So long as our babies are safe, loved, and taken care of!