My name is Snow and I’m a beautiful Dalmatian mix. I’m affectionate, friendly and loving. I’ve also been told I can be demanding and hardheaded. (Hey, that sounds just like a 2 year old child!) I am a well trained dog. I know sit, heel, down and off and I am completely housetrained. I enjoy going for walks and do very well on a leash. I love to be with people and will stay by your side as long as you let me. I am always ready for a car ride, a game of tug
There is one thing that people don’t seem to like about me. I like to chew on things. For a dog, chewing on things is perfectly natural. I just don’t understand why people seem to get upset. I like to chew on my toys and rawhides but, after all, if I find someone’s shoes or gloves on the floor doesn’t that mean I get to chew on them too? Maybe it’s just that I have a harder time distinguishing between what I can and can not chew. You see, I am blind. Don’t let the fact that I can’t see bother you. I get along just fine. Once I know the layout of a room or a house or a yard I don’t bump into anything. I’m really just like any other dog. I love to play outside; I’ll just need to have a fenced-in yard. I love to go for walks; I’ll just have to have a little help directing me away from any obstacles. I like to be with other dogs, I just need to be introduced to them slowly. I’ve even been known to let a cat rub up against me (but not until we were properly introduced).
Being a Dalmatian I have lots of energy. The family who adopts me has to agree to provide me with plenty of exercise. If I just sit around all day I will go looking for things to do like dig a hole or chew on something on the floor. I’m also a strong girl. When I get excited a young child could have a hard time holding on to me. Basically, I’m just a good girl that needs a home.