Ollie here. I’m bummed and bored today since I learned that my anticipated adoption fell through!! Rats!! I was looking forward to my forever home. The family had some unforeseen circumstances happen and contacted the rescue. Sooo the folks at DRSF just turned my frown upside down by telling me I’m gonna be this month’s Beach Buddy at 102.7 The Beach Miami. Guess I need to get outta this hole, get cleaned up and put my best paws forward so maybe I can do a great job and find someone interested in me. Can we not mention I got busted today? Wanna give a good impression. Love, Ollie 🙃🙃
Dalmatian Rescue News
The Dalmatian Rescue News section provides a service to our readers to help everyone stay up to date on what is happening around and about our community. We hope to inform you of our activities and entertain you with our spotted friend's antics.
Spot the Dal, is in Korea and awaiting travel. We are coordinating with the rescue team to bring him to the US. Spot needs to be an only pet. We will evaluate Spot once he arrives at our rescue and then we will place him available for adoption. We are encouraged and confident we can find him just the right home!! Hang on Spot just a little bit longer. -Pati
04.02.2019 – Heartworm Fund Drive Update
Our buddy Luke is getting a follow-up Heartworm test thanks to the generous donations made by our supporters. At Dalmatian Rescue, your donations go directly to benefit the Dals.
Jamey and Hayleigh (Daisy Mae) are 2 weeks away from heartworm treatment. Funds are still greatly needed for both. Please help these too get their treatments. Remember your donations are tax deductible.
Dalmatian Rescue Heartworm fund drive. Please help us meet the need!
Dalmatian Rescue Begins Heartworm Fundraiser!
Recently we have taken in several heartworm positive rescues. We begin this fundraiser to meet these specific medical expenses.
You may wonder what causes heartworm disease. Heartworm arises from the parasite organism Dirofilaria Immitis. Dirofilaria Immitis is a nematode (roundworm). The severity of illness directly correlates to the number of worms, how long they have been present, and the overall health of the infected dog.
In dogs with an early disease state may be asymptomatic. In other words, they are showing minimal indication or no symptoms at all. In more advanced cases a persistent cough and intolerance to moderate exercise.
Where did we get our information? We relied on PetMd.com. Please read “Heartworm Disease in Dogs (Dirofilariasis in Dogs) “on petmd.com.
We also strongly urge you to review and verify this with your veterinarian.
Our current heartworm patients include the following pups.
PetMD/Staff. (2019). Heartworm Disease in Dogs (Dirofilariasis in Dogs). Retrieved February 23, 2019, from https://www.petmd.com/dog/conditions/infectious-parasitic/c_dg_heartworm_disease
03.26.2020 – Pupdate – Sissy is still available for adoption. Tyson has been adopted.
11.30.2019 – Pupdate – Sissy and Tyson are Available for Adoption 🎄🎄🎄
Sissy and Tyson are hopeful for a New Home for the Holidays!
Hi. Tyson here. I’m the handsome 1 1/2-year-old on the right. Sissy is my companion and it’s our hope we can be adopted together. Sissy and I are very well behaved and enjoy having fun and playing with others. We’d just love a nice forever home in time for the holidays.
From Korea with Love! survivors of the meat trade. a Huge Thanks to all the amazing Korean rescuers and every single person that played a role in their rescue.
Huge Thanks to Pati, at Dalmatian Rescue SoFla for taking them in, to Miriam for fostering them. Great job everyone!