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Dalmation Cares For Look-Alike Lamb

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Dalmation Cares For Look-Alike Lamb

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Dalmation Cares For Look-Alike Lamb

Dalmation Cares For Look-Alike Lamb

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The lamb was born on an Australian farm in and abandoned by his mother. That's when farmers brought the sheep to their Dalmatian, who immediately began doting on Dotty. It's not that surprising since Dotty — a white lamb covered in unusual black spots — looks exactly like a Dalmatian.

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Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. She's no sheep dog, but Zoe the dog has adopted a little lamb. The lamb was born on a farm in Australia and abandoned by his mother. That's when farmers brought him to their Dalmatian, how immediately began doting on Dotty. Actually, not that surprising, since Dotty - as his name suggests - is a white lamb covered in unusual black spots, looking exactly like a Dalmatian. What you might call a sheep in dog's clothing. It's MORNING EDITION.

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