Andi, Lucy, Viggo & Gallivant at 8 weeks of age.

Our Dalmatians are our children, so when it comes time to place our puppies with new families, it is very important to us that we find just the right home. When adopting any puppy it is important that you have the knowlege, ability, facilities, time and resources to provide a loving, caring home enviroment. This puppy will depend upon you completely to live a long, happy and healthy life for many years to come.

Please fill in the application form below and we will be happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have for us. Thank you for your interest in a JLS Dalmatians puppy.

    What gender of puppy are you interested in? (required)
    MaleFemaleIt doesn't matter, just right fit for my family

    What do you want to do with your new puppy? (required) Pet/Home CompanionShow Dog (Conformation)ObediencePerformance EventsTherapy Dog

    Have you owned any dogs before? (required)

    If yes, please describe:

    Have you owned other pets previously? (required)

    If yes, please describe the other pets you have owned:

    Do you have children? (required)

    Tell me about your family - spouse, significant other, children (ages, hobbies, activities): (required)

    Are all family members in agreement about your decision to acquire a puppy? (required)

    Have you ever surrendered a dog to an animal shelter or other organization? (required)

    If yes, describe the reason for the surrender:

    Is your yard fenced in or do you have a fenced in area for the puppy? (required)

    If yes, please describe the yard, type of fencing and height: (chainlink, wood privacy, other):

    Does your fenced yard/area have shade?

    What type of containment will you provide for your Dalmatian? (check all that apply) (required):
    yardkennel runfenced in yardinside homecrateother

    What environment will your new puppy live in (inside, outside, both)?

    How much time will you be able to spend with your puppy each day? (required)

    Every breed of dog may have breed specific issues. Are you aware of the potential health issues that may be associated with Dalmatians? (required)

    If yes, please describe:

    What kind of food will you feed your Dalmatian? Are you aware of the problem of high "purine" ingredients in foods & treats causing urinary stones in Dalmatians? (required)

    Who is your vet and do I have permission to contact him or her? (required)

    Tell me about yourself and your plans and/or goals for a new Dalmatian puppy. (required)

    Are you a member of any dog clubs? (required)

    If yes, which clubs? (required)

    Do you have any references I may contact? (preferably people in dogs, or trainers, friends with dogs) (required)

    Will you take your new puppy to basic obedience/socialization classes? (required)

    Where do you work? Where will the puppy be kept while you are at work? How long will the puppy be left alone during the work day? Will the puppy have access to the outside or be kept inside during the work day? (required)

    Where will the puppy sleep? (required)
    in cratein bed with uson his/her own dog bedin dog runin laundry/mud roomoutside

    Will you crate train your new Dalmatian puppy? (required)

    How will you exercise your Dalmatian? (required)

    Does anyone in your household have allergies? (required)

    Dalmatians shed all year round, 365 days a year. Are you prepared to live with little white hairs stuck to everything? (required)

    Do you have any additional comments or questions for me? (required)

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