About Dalmatian Rescue of Colorado

DRC, a designated 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization, is not a shelter. We are a group of volunteers who work with rescued dogs by fostering them in our own homes whenever possible; hence treating them the same as one of our own. We will use a kennel or day care if necessary to save a dog, but that dog will move to a foster home as soon as possible. All costs associated with the care of our dogs come from adoption donations and from the generosity of donors. We provide vaccinations, spaying/neutering, socialization and training of these dogs until a permanent home can be found. Our number one commitment is to the Dalmatians and Dalmatian Wannabes that come our way. We carefully screen all applicants and do home visits to assure each dog is placed in the best home for him/her and he/she is the best companion for that home.

Dog of the Week

Dog Name: Holly
Age: 8; Color: Black; Gender: Female
Current Location: Thornton, CO
Current Foster: None
Listing Date: 11/18/14
Contact: Beth White
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URGENT....new foster home needed for dear Holly!! The other female in the home really wants Holly gone, and we agree. Dog fights are no good. Here is Holly's sad story, but it is a great story now! Holly's owner died unexpectedly and she and the other dogs were not discovered for four days! Can you imagine the psychological trauma? Now, in CO, Holly is in a foster home in Thornton (Denver area), where she is a lovely house guest, doing fine with the dogs there and whomever she meets. She has been around kids 9 yrs and up and just loved being petted. Likely she'd do fine with just about any age. Happy Holly is a mellow, quiet girl, has been around dogs of all sizes and cats too. Holly just doesn't have issues with anything or anyone. The vet called her "a tough old broad" because she was not in the best shape when she came in, and he found it amazing that she is as nice as she is. Her teeth are short but causing her no issues. She is heart worm negative and had a great blood panel recently. When we first got her she didn't have a good coat and infected ears and a bladder infection. We're assuming that she was fed pretty poor food. Today, her coat is 1000% better and she's lookin' gud! She'd be a fine companion with other dogs or just her alone. Fine with cats as well. She really loves all the attention but will share if need be. Her foster home is in north Denver area. For more info contact Barb at at 303-736-8207 or barb4612@aol.com. Adoption $150.



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Dalmatian Rescue of Colorado is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
EIN: 84-1365272

6828 Rimrock Valley Lane
Ft. Collins, CO 80526

Phone: (303) 281-8963
Fax: (970) 377-9509