Allee belonged to young adults who moved away. A brother tried keeping this darling girl but ended up moving too and leaving her at the local shelter. She was in heat at the time so there she sat until her three weeks were over. In the meantime, she developed "happy tail" because she wagged her tail so hard and it was hitting the sides of the cage, resulting in the loss of 1.5 inches of her long beautiful tail. There were rumors that the previous owners were involved in drugs, but you'd not know it as Allee is very well balanced. She has the best manners and is always willing to please you. She loves squirrel alerts and she can nearly climb right up that tree to get them! She is always ready to go for walks and car rides, and will show you where her leash is in case you have forgotten. She would love to curl up with you on a chair or couch or next to you in bed, but she also knows if it is not allowed. She is crate trained and also house train. She is good with cats and children and loves running and playing with her foster brother(dog). Her patches are large and small and she wears the cutest little britches on her back side. Allee is in a foster home in North Platte NE. For more information, contact Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption $350. If interested in this dog, please go to www.dalmatianrescue.org and submit an application for adoption. Under Adoptions, please read our adoption policy. We must have an application before we can begin the adoption process and each dog does have foster contact listed.
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