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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Newport Beach, CA, 92660
Pet name:
Meet Tanner a 1 yr old liver spotted dalmatian male who ended up in the Orange County shelter after being hit by a car. His family could not afford the surgery needed to fix him, so Tanner went to Rescue. He had surgery by a surgical specialist and is now expected to live a full pain free life. And he runs and runs just like any dalmatian and he loves doing it. Tanner is now fully recovered from his surgery, neutered, vaccinated and will be chipped  before he leaves Rescue.  As with most dalmatians, he is very dog friendly and would be happiest in a home with another young dog or two he can play with (he plays constantly with 3 other young dogs!), dalmatian experienced owners and no young children. He is too interested in the cats to be trusted. Tanner is a friendly sweet boy, very typical young dalmatian .. he howls when he doesnt get what he wants ..he doesnt listen but he gives nice kisses. He has the most beautiful gold eyes. We know just the right home is out there for this handsome boy .. we just need to help him find it.  Perhaps it is yours.

If you are interested in meeting Tanner, please email us at, tell us of your interest in Tanner and well email you an adoption questionnaire.. Once the questionnaire is returned, and if it looks like Tanner might be a good fit, we can set a "meet and greet". Tanner lives in foster care but can be made available at the kennel for "meet and greets".

To learn more about Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc., a 501c3 non profit charity, and to see all of our available dogs, please visit our website at  You can also visit us on facebook at spottyfriends.  We love seeing posts and photos of life with your spotted and unspotted friends so please, keep them coming.  Thanks!
Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc. (949) 374-1002


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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