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Comments (16)
Jan 16, 2007 anon
she's beautiful! how lucky your sister found this lovely girl. I can't even imagine how sweet she probably looked as a baby. I just love her coat!
Jan 16, 2007 yujismom
when a doggie looks as pretty as bella, she can get away with eating everything-thanks for rescuing!
Jan 16, 2007 FireHorse
How lucky Bella Ann is to have found the perfect home for her. It must have been fate. She looks like a beautiful dog.
Jan 16, 2007 dusty59
I love the "wagon" photo of all 3. sounds like a wonderful family & home!
Jan 16, 2007 Loizhanne
what a lovely trio. you and your husband must have to put up with a lot of fun in your house. do they ever run around like a herd of ponies? that would be awesome!
Jan 16, 2007 AnimalLover85
I love dalmations they are beautiful! She is so amazing, i love her coat and she is so wonderful. All of them have pretty sopts and markings! Love the faces of them! I LOVE the last picture of her sitting so BEAUTIFUL!!
Jan 16, 2007 gina
she is stunning! what a lovely girl, and her sisters are gorgeous as well. yall are so lucky to have found each other. best of luck.
Jan 20, 2007 tiffy
Bella is a beauty! what a sweet, sweet face.
May 7, 2007 MichaelM1
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May 29, 2007 sandi
Bella - her name fits - she is a beauty. I'm so glad you made a loving home for her. she seems to have rewarded you for the care you've given her by given you her total love. I love her coloring/marking-- very striking.
Mar 30, 2008 sarah calvert
How wonderful, Bella is a true beauty and I'm so glad she has you and her sisters.
I've been so lucky to have had a pointer and a dalmatian in my life, and the mix of them in Bella must be fantastic!
my darlings are now waiting at the Rainbow Bridge, enjoy lovely Bella and cuddle her tight!
Sarah
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Jun 5, 2008 Slipsen
the best pic I've seen on this site - so far:)
Oct 8, 2009 dwayned
Bella must be the sister of my Molly. She too was abandoned as a puppy. We found her in a local park, emaciated, starving and full of mange. She has turned out to be the best dog ever. I take her to the dog park daily, and have seen her up next to many a dalmation and pointers too. She is 90% pointer for sure. I will put a pic in my profile. Dwayne
Oct 8, 2009 dwayned
Bella must be the sister of my Molly. She too was abandoned as a puppy. We found her in a local park, emaciated, starving and full of mange. She has turned out to be the best dog ever. I take her to the dog park daily, and have seen her up next to many a dalmation and pointers too. She is 90% pointer for sure. I will put a pic in my profile. Dwayne
May 5, 2010 casi_festus
She looks exactly like my dog Casi who is an 8 year old Dalmatian/Pointer/Lab mix! They could be "twins!!"
Jun 6, 2014 /allthegirraffes
Reading the story of your dog, I couldn't help but cry. You see, we lost our dog, Ody, about 8 years ago. We would always come home to a magazine in pieces out in the yard, or pieces of clothes scattered around the house, or the most common, shoes with the laces unattached. Ody loved playing ball, but his ball wasn't a baseball or tennis ball, he loved his deflated soccer ball more then anything, besides us. We rescued him from a kill shelter, where he had been placed because his owner couldn't handle the chewing, hyperactive playing and constant running. When we brought him home, we realized the "chewing" meant you couldn't own anything without it having holes in it, the "hyperactive playing" was him being a puppy, and the "constant running" was him, not running around a bunch, but figuring out ways to escape and go places he had never been before, this became a problem, but the solution was to fix every fence we owned. Unfortunately, the gate being left open accidentally was the cause of his death, where he ran onto the street. The reason I am telling you this, is because when I saw her picture, I thought it was him. Clicking on the picture showed that it wasn't, due to the large spots missing on the body and face, and more of a pointer type face. Ody was a Pointer/Dalmatian/other cross. If it werent for the age gap, I would think they were from the same litter. https://www.fac ebook.com/allthegirraffes/media_set ?set=a.1637231426478.50328.17075326 12&type=3 Sorry that these are all of our past animals, but I think you will be able to tell which dog I am talking about.
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