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In shelter Dog

Fort Collins, CO, 80526
Pet name:
Howdy Yall! My name is Big Joe. My foster family also calls me Smiley Joe because I love to smile. Im an extremely handsome black & white 6-year-old male Dalmatian. I am very well-mannered, crate-trained, housebroken, and obedience-trained. Im healthy, heartworm negative, current on my shots, wormed, and neutered. I was given up by my owners and rescued from a shelter where I was sure to die because I am considered an older dog and no one wants older dogs. Lucky for me, I was rescued and fostered by people who love Dalmatians and know a good Dal when they see one... and Im a good dog! Being pampered by my foster family has raised my standards for my new family. I have become used to family activities such as Mondays are movie night, where my foster siblings and I share our own bag of popcorn. Tuesday is chicken dinner. Wednesday is bath and nail day. Thursday is beef dinner. If my foster mom is at dog shows on the weekends, then I stay home with my foster dad and supervise yard work. I like yard work; I enjoy laying out and sunning myself with my siblings. I like my foster siblings, we play a lot. As for cats, Im not so sure. I havent met any yet. Im a bit of a talker, so when its time to eat or when the delivery man is dropping off a package at the door, I will let you know. If you are the right home that can accommodate me and my high standards, I can be adopted. If youd like to meet me and I can show you my handsome smile and loving personality, we can have a lunch date! For more info, contact Jessica at or Tena at LOCATED IN SPRING BRANCH, TX Applications may be submitted at Adoption fee $400.
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