When Nemo came into rescue he had a severely broken leg. Who knows why, but the vet suggested that the way the break spiraled around the bone that he was either slung by a human or caught his foot in something and did the damage himself. We'll never know, of course, but today Nemo, missing that leg we tried so hard to save, is happy and looking forward, not in reverse. He doesn't hold the past against anyone either. Happy to cuddle and share the couch or bed, Nemo is a very friendly guy. He is also a game player but a non-dominant dog would be the best canine companion for him. He does best with a routine and is crate trained. His house manners are good, never chewing, but then he is in a "doggie" house that keeps items out of reach. He might check out the counter from time to time, but really is no bother inside. Adoption $300. 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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