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Dalmatian puppies and dogs in Denver, Colorado

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BETTY

Dalmatian

Female, 4 yrs
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Betty, a sweet and sensitive 4-year-old Dalmatian with a heart full of love to give. Though she may be shy at first, her gentle nature quickly shines through as she warms up to those who show her kindness and patience. Betty thrives in a calm and nurturing environment where she can feel safe and cherished. She is best suited for older children that can give her space while she adjusts to her new home. Betty has met another dog and was a bit worried and avoidant, and may prefer slower introductions to new friends. Bring your pups in to see if they are best buds! If you`re looking for a loyal and tender companion who will reward your love with unwavering devotion, Betty is the perfect match for you.What I Need In a Home:* Older children recommended
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Frankie

Dalmatian

Male, Young
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Frankie is a 3 year old Dalmatian Mix  Good with canines and humans. He is playful and loves attention and belly rubs. 'Frankie arrived in Colorado from Texas in 2022 and was surrendered due to no fault of his own. He has a dedicated foster who is helping him to decompress and *Dog* We don't want to return him to Texas because we just know his forever spot is looking for him in Colorado. Fully Vetted and oh so sweet ##2070193##
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Zero

Dalmatian

Male, Puppy
Thornton, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Zero is a 8MO Traditional BLK and white Dalmatian. Male LUA Intact. Zero is crate trained, potty trained, leash trained and knows a few commands. He is not on any special diet or have any health complications. He is full hearing. Zero is UTO on 5-1 Rabies-Lepto- Bordetella and on a monthly heartworm prevention. Zero is dog selective and selectively leash reactive. We got him from said breeder at 4 months he missed the important part of his socialization. We have done our work to socialize him. He does better with larger dogs rather than smaller. We have a downstairs neighbor who’s small dog always barks and reacts to them we have a feeling this is part of his reactivity towards small dogs. Zero takes 10-20 minutes to warm up to new people best way to do that is through taking him for a walk, once he’s comes around he’s a bouncy boy and playful. He will give you love on his terms and prefers space when he needs it. Zero requires super crewed toys and a good nap

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These Dalmatians are available for adoption close to Denver, Colorado.
We'll also keep you updated on MAXWELL's adoption status with email updates.
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MAXWELL

Dalmatian

Male, 4 yrs 2 mos
Brighton, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Maxwell, a young, sweet soul residing in a shelter. Shyness is a part of his charm, but don`t let that fool you. He`s full of potential and with a little patience, his true personality will shine. Maxwell`s journey of adjustment may take some time, but it`s a journey worth taking. He`s a gentle companion, ready to offer unconditional love. As he decompresses and adapts to his new environment, he will blossom into a loyal friend. Adopting Maxwell means opening your heart to a world of sweetness and pure love, and giving this shy, sweet soul a chance to experience the joy of a forever home.

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Skooby

Pointer

Male, 2 yrs 7 mos
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
I'm Scooby, but my stepdad has been calling me 2 Scoops. I am mostly just a very good boy. I came to AFoJ already nearly perfect. I have excellent leash skills; unless: SQUIRREL! or CAT! I am housebroken already, know some basic commands like sit, wait, and will often come when called. I am fairly lazy, doing 3 ish 30 min walks a day, and spending the balance seeking pets from stepdad and sleeping in my chair. After a long nap, I like to check and make sure my people are still there before resuming my slumbers. I like to mark any and everything I can when walking, and am a surprise pooper. Sometimes i lift my leg like Im gonna pee but than surprise myself and poo! I am very gentle: I have a cute stuffed fox stepdad gave me on day 1, and 2 weeks later it still has its stuffing so I still snuggle with it! I broke out of my crate the first time stepdad tried to leave me to there for a few hours. No matter. I just went to my chair and slept. Stepdad was very pleased I am not much of a countersurfer or trouble maker, cuz there was stuff on the counters I , but just left that alone. I have been ok being left alone, uncrated, since. I am very friendly to all peoples I have met. I am mostly disinterested in dogs. I can sit, leashed, in a shady spot in the park while leashed and unleashed dogs run and walk by. I just watch. Under responsible handlers, I have been introduced to 2 dogs with a lead-follow walk on neutral territory, then snifftroductions. We played a little, but mostly just coexisted in the other dog's homes after. I dont think I know how to play with dogs, and would benefit from supervised, trained, socialization. I do not love meeting dogs on leash, and really do not like when they jump/paw me. I have had 2-3 (non) incidents, where I barked and kinda snapped at another dog. 1 of those cornered us unexpectedly while I was getting off a scary elevator, off leash and jumping, standing in the doorway, and i was stuck in the corner... I am giving myself a pass there. The other, I think my step dad didnt notice other dog hovering in my face.  ##2079810##
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GEORGIE

German Shorthaired Pointer Australian Cattle Dog

Male, Adult
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Georgie can be shy when meeting new folks but with a little patience he warms up (ear scratches and hot dog treats also help). Georgie is smart and curious and can be a bit of a Houdini when he's bored. You'll want to make sure he has plenty of games and puzzles to keep him busy. A yard with a 6 ft fence is recommended. He'd probably be happiest as your only pet but bring in any dogs for a long visit and see if they're a good fit for one another. Come meet this good boy and scratch his ears - he may be your next best friend!June 21, 2024, 2:45 pm
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RAINN

English Pointer

Female, Adult
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Sweet, young lady loves: being outside, exercise, ear scratches, hanging out with buddies and... treats. She's super affectionate and super smart. So smart that she figured out how to open a fence door AND how to climb on a trash can and launch herself over an 8-foot fence! For that reason, Rainn should always be supervised outdoors. She can be really excited when she knows she's going out, but calms down once she's on a walk. This `lovely lady` is waiting. For you?June 21, 2024, 2:45 pm

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Dalmatian shelters & rescues in Denver, Colorado

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3.4 miles

Denver Animal Shelter

1241 W. Bayaud Ave, Denver, CO 80223

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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4.1 miles

Red Fern Animal Rescue

Denver, CO 80220

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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17.6 miles

Riverdale Animal Shelter

12155 Park Blvd, Brighton, CO 80601

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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