Cleo is a surrender from her owners who could no longer take care of her. She is a pure bread, 2.5 years old. Cleo is deaf.
She was an only dog in her prior home; that coupled with her deafness resulted in extreme separation anxiety. Now in foster care, with a spotted brother and sister, she has blossomed.
Due to her deafness, and the history her surrendering family provided us, Cleo will need to be adopted into a home where there are other canine companions and a human home all the time. If left alone, she has severe separation anxiety and barks non-stop.
Cleo will also need a home who is patient and willing to train her as her prior owners did not put in any time for basic training due to her deafness; this means her adoptive family will need to learn some basic sign language to assist in her training. She needs a yard for paying and prefers to be inside with family.
She is NOT cat friendly with a high prey drive.
Persia is approximately 3 years old. She has beautiful blue eyes is NOT deaf and weighs 67 pounds.
Persia's foster mom tells us that she is as loving and obedient as they come. Every morning she greets you by wiggling her entire body. She is living with a pack of fur-buddies in foster care in San Diego.
Persia gets along with all the dogs, ranging in size from 45-75 lbs, ages 2-14, both female & male. She is learning to play with the other dogs and has learned a few basic commands. She loves roaming around the backyard, and can easily entertain herself. She’s easy to train as she only wants to please you.
Gaudi is a beautiful boy, originally rescued by Save the Dals in 2011 (at age 2). Sadly one of his owners passed away (which was a stressful situation for Gaudi), and his other owner is physically incapable of taking care of him now. The family has reached out and asked us to re-home him. Gaudi is now 10 years old, but still very active so don't let his age deter you from considering this loving boy.
He is affectionate toward those he knows and trust, however, needs work on socialization when dealing with strangers coming into the home. His forever home would ideally be with an experienced dog owner. We are informed he has some food aggression, so we will not place him in a family with anyone under the age of 18.
We believe he prefers to be an only dog (but might possibly do well with a submissive female, although we cannot guarantee this).
Save the Dals will pay for getting Gaudi and his foster and/or adoptive family the assistance they need with additional training to address any concerns regarding his food aggression and becoming better socialized with strangers.
Oliver is approximately 55 pounds, born in November of 2017. He is currently finishing his vetting with shots, micro-chipping and neutering. His original owners are no longer able to care for him.
He is an alpha-male but does get along with other females. He has energy and is protective of his food if other animals are around.
Lanny is approximately 1.5 years old, and is a Corgie/Terrier mix. He came to Save the Dals as a rescue. He is neutered and up-to-date on all vaccinations, as well as being micro-chipped. He gets along with other dogs, however, is an alpha male.
Lanny is not 100% house-trained but his foster family is working with him. He was rescued with Gorman but can be placed with or without Gorman.
Winston is a Dal-Cocker Spaniel mix. Weighing in at 45 pounds and only 8 months old he is a ball of energy.
He is up-to-date on all vaccinations and is neutered. He came to Save the Dals via Mexico. Winston is a bundle of love mixed with a dash of sass and fun. He's definitely a work-in-progress and needs a seasoned Dalmatian owner to teach him obedience and all that comes with it.
He LOVES playing with all sized dogs and cuddles for kisses. He is treat-motivated and sleeps through the night.
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