Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to finding new and loving homes for abandoned or homeless Dalmatians. Dal Rescue was formed to help rescue Dalmatians and Dalmatian mixes from the many high-kill shelters in the Southern California area, and serves the communities of Orange, San Diego, Riverside and Los Angeles counties.
Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is dedicated to saving as many of the spotty dogs as it can. Dalmatian Rescue is committed to finding loving forever homes, a second chance, for all of the dogs we rescue, and with the help of Dal Rescue volunteers, provides a safe, warm and loving environment for each of the rescued dogs as they await their new homes. Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is an all-volunteer, no-kill, non-profit organization.
In addition to rescuing adoptable Dalmatians from the local shelters, our goal and mission is to educate the public about Dalmatians, their personality, activity level, lifespan and health and fitness issues, as well as what it means to be a responsible dog owner. We advocate spaying and neutering, consistent training, a healthy diet and plenty of exercise for the Dalmatian, as well as for all breeds of dog, and provide education on those topics. We do our best to match each family with the Dalmatian or Dalmatian mix that will best suit the family environment, activity level and participants. Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is organized as a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity and all contributions are tax-deductible. Our taxpayer Id# is 35-2313871.
Please make a secure online donation today to help us continue our efforts in rescuing and re-homing Dalmatians.
Donations may also be sent to:
Dalmatian Rescue of Southern California, Inc.
20301 Riverside Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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As the temperatures rise, please bear in mind that dogs need to have plenty of shade and shelter to stay cool AND plenty of fresh water to keep hydrated. Additionally, when the heat is on, walk your dog very early in the morning (7 a.m. or earlier) OR at night, when the pavement is cool to the touch. Always check both sidewalk and blacktop with your hand. If it's too hot for you, it's too hot for your pet!
Newport Beach, California 92660