My name is Duchess **Courtesy Cupid**!

Dalmatian Mix Dog for adoption in West Allis, Wisconsin - Duchess **Courtesy Cupid**
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Facts about Duchess **Courtesy Cupid**

  • Breed: Dalmatian Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Meet Duchess!
My name is Duchess and I'm looking for my forever home! I'm a sweetheart and love to cuddle and go for walks. I enjoy being close to my family members and love being pet. My favorite thing to do is catch birds! One time I even caught a squirrel, but don't worry, I didn't hurt it!

I grew up on a farm in Sparta, WI. My owners raised Dalmatians and Clydesdale horses. They got very old so my new family adopted me 4-1/2 years ago and I'm very happy being a house dog now. My family is very sad to find me a new home; my two legged brother and sister are getting older and my family is gone almost every weekend traveling for their sports. I get sad because I spend most days in my crate. I do love my crate and prefer to sleep there, but I am hoping to find an older or semi-retired person who would walk me regularly and spend lots of time with me. I do shed a lot of white hair, so my new family would need to be OK with that! :)

My mom thinks I would do best in a home with no other pets or young children. I am not a big fan of dog parks, and other dogs can sometimes bother me. My mom is expecting twins at the end of the summer; she's very sad about letting me go but she knows this is the best thing for me. Do you have lots of time for me? Would you like to be my best friend? I would sure like that!

Duchess' adoption fee is $200 and she is currently in southeastern Wisconsin.

What is a "Courtesy Cupid"? Courtesy Cupids are beloved pets that need to be re-homed because of varied circumstances. They are living with their current families, and are not part of the Canine Cupid foster system. Due to the third party nature of these courtesy postings, Canine Cupids makes no guarantee, and claims no knowledge as to the accuracy of the information provided regarding the pet and cannot be held liable for any misrepresentation or misunderstanding between the current owner and the applicant.

Applicants must fill out an online application in order to be placed in contact with the surrendering family. Canine Cupids will only be responsible for processing the application and screening any provided references as a courtesy to the family surrendering the pet. It will then be up to the current owner and applicant to then communicate, in as much detail as requested, the animals age, health, behavior, background, schedules, eating habits, sleeping habits, play styles or anything else that may assist in making a good match between the surrendered pet and the applicant.

About Canine Cupids

About Our Rescue Group...

Canine Cupids' mission is to protect and improve the lives of Milwaukee's homeless, neglected, and exceptional needs dogs and to place them in permanent, loving homes.

Canine Cupids is a Certified 501c3 Organization
DATCPLicense: 288601-DS

Canine Cupids work with animals, within our community and throughout our organization is guided by three core values: compassion, integrity and dedication.

Because every animal deserves to be loved, we feel it is our moral responsibility to protect and improve the lives of abused, abandoned, and homeless dogs, and to place them in loving permanent homes.

We strive to work withMADACC as well as other rescues and humane organizations to develop a network of supporters and volunteers in order to create a better world for homeless pets within Milwaukee.

At Canine Cupids our founding principle is that "ALL dogs are individuals and deserve to be regarded as such". This mindset is core to the belief system at The Animal Farm Foundation. It assists in securing equal treatment and opportunity for "pit bull" dogs - as well as all dogs, regardless of size, color, etc.

"We owe it to all dogs to see them for who they really are, free of prejudice, stereotypes, and assumptions that are based on a known pedigree, a breed label guess, physical appearance, or their past history."*

"Breed related traits are not guaranteed. If a dog does conform to breed traits that does not mean a dog isn't an individual! Breed characteristics may contribute to a dog?s individuality, but they are not the whole story." *

Don't judge a book by its cover and don't judge a pooch by its stereotype!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our Adoption Process...

We require that all potential adopters fill out a "Personality Profile" that can be found on our website at:

You will then be contacted by one of our Adoption Counselors, who will assist you in finding your perfect match.

Adoption fees will range from $150.00 to $350.00 depending on the age of the dog.

You will also be required to fill out an adoption contract if you are approved and decide to adopt from us.