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Dalmatian

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Weight
40-60 lbs
Height
19-23 inches
Color(s)
black or liver spots on white background; spots should be round, well defined, and preferably separated. Dalmatians are born white and develop spots
Overview
An ancient breed, it is believed the Dalmatian originated in a section of Yugoslavia called Dalmatia. Their stamina, size, and guard dog capabilities made them a favored breed by English aristocracy. During both World Wars, this breed was used to protect the camps of U.S. soldiers. The Dalmatian is most often associated with being a firehouse dog.
Character
Dalmatians are of medium size and are extremely active and energetic. They are bold, unique, and are known as the clowns of the dog world. This is a versatile breed that possesses the ability to work as a vermin hunter, hound, guard dog, and circus performer as well as being a loyal companion.
Temperament
The Dalmatian is exceedingly social and thrives on human companionship and attention. They are extremely sensitive and do not do well if left alone for extended periods of time. If they become lonely or bored they will become depressed and destructive. The Dalmatian is not recommended for homes with small children due to their exuberant and rambunctious nature. They will typically get along with household pets they have been raised with, but display aggression to dogs they do not know. This breed is aloof with strangers and makes an excellent watchdog; only barking when absolutely necessary.
Care
The Dalmatian requires frequent brushing with a firm bristle brush to minimize loose hair. Extra attention should be given to the coat during the heavy shedding periods. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary using a mild shampoo to protect the integrity of the coat and skin. This breed does not do well in extreme weather conditions and are prone to fungi from moist grass and soil as well as ticks and fleas. The various health issues that affect this breed include deafness, bladder and kidney stones, skin and food allergies, and hip dysplasia.
Coat
The Dalmatian has a hard, smooth, short and dense coat. The color of the coat is pure white with spots that are either black or liver. Puppies are born completely white and spots develop as they mature. This breed is a constant shedder with profuse shedding twice a year.
Training
This breed requires intensive and extensive early and lifelong socialization as well as basic obedience. Without training, the Dalmatian has a propensity to be timid or high-strung. They do not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, consistency, reward, and patience. Dalmatians excel in obedience competition, agility, and fly-ball.
Activity
The Dalmatian must have daily frequent exercise. They enjoy participating in family activities and play sessions. Quality time spent with their family is extremely important to this breed. With their high degree of endurance, the Dalmatian makes an excellent walking, jogging, and hiking companion. This breed does best with a securely fenced yard they can romp and run in. Dalmatians are not recommended for apartment dwelling unless it is possible for them to receive a walk or run several times a day.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Dalmatian puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

2/17/2015 6:10:44 AM

2/17/2015 6:10:44 AM

What does AKA and ACA mean? Are they not full Dalmatians?

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Unless the AKA is miss-spelled and meant to be AKC for American Kennel Club, then the only other thing it could be would be is the AKA Dog Training course; but that would not make sense depending on where the breeder lives. However, the ACA stands for American Canine Association; which was developed to track and judge the genetic health of different breeds of dogs. Because blindness and deafness is a problem with the Dalmatian breed, the breeder you are looking at is making sure that his/her dogs are genetically sound before breeding, so that is a really good thing. I would contact your breeder and ask what the AKA stands for for them, or if it is a mistake and meant to be AKC.
2/17/2015 9:45:39 AM

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9/22/2014 1:20:17 PM

9/22/2014 1:20:17 PM

I read on here somewhere that dalmatians are especially fond of Horses Just wondering if someone knew the facts concerning the correlation of the two. And if there was any other specific breed of dog that makes the same reference concerning horses?

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Anonymous

The reason why the Dalmatian breed is good with horses is because they were bred to work around horses. Being a coach dog, they had to be good with horses. But please remember, every dog is different and so not every Dalmatian will have the same bond with horses that another does, but growing up around them/socializing them with horses is a great start. Any breed of dog that grows up around horses should be fine with them. However, please note that dogs with extremely high prey drives will be harder to control around horses. Other breeds that were meant to be around the horse are the Australian Cattle Dog, the Border Collie, the Collie (Rough and Smooth), the Golden Retriever, the Corgi and the Australian Shepherd. But the breeds listed above were bred to work around horses and their owners frequently rode them, while the Dalmatian was bred to work closer with a horse compared to the other breeds.
9/22/2014 2:43:57 PM

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3/7/2013 1:57:18 PM

3/7/2013 1:57:18 PM

why do.dalmatians have spots?

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Anonymous

The FCI recognized as its country of origin the region of Dalmatia in the Republic of Croatia, citing Bewick's 1792 work. The Republic of Croatia was recognized by the F.C.I. as the country of origin of the Dalmatian; the breed had been developed and cultivated chiefly in England. When the dog with the distinctive markings was first shown in England in 1862 it was said to have been used as a guard dog and compainion to the nomads of Dalmatia. But nothing is definitely known about its origin. The breed's unique coat became popular and widely distributed over the continent of Europe beginning in 1920. Its unusual markings were often mentioned by the old writers on cynology.
7/10/2014 1:18:02 PM

Anonymous

The roles of this ancient breed are as varied as their reputed ancestors. They were used as dogs of war, guarding the borders of Dalmatia. To this day, the breed retains a high guarding instinct; although friendly and loyal to those the dog knows and trusts, it is often aloof with strangers and unknown dogs. Dalmatians have a strong hunting instinct and are an excellent exterminator of rats and vermin. In sporting, they have been used as bird dogs, trail hounds, retrievers, or in packs for boar or stag hunting. Their dramatic markings and intelligence have made them successful circus dogs throughout the years. Dalmatians are perhaps best known for their role as fire-fighting apparatus escorts and firehouse mascots.
7/10/2014 1:18:14 PM

Anonymous

Since Dalmatians and horses are very compatible, the dogs were easily trained to run in front of the carriages to help clear a path and quickly guide the horses and firefighters to the fires. Dalmatians are often considered to make good watchdogs and it is believed that they may have been useful to fire brigades as guard dogs to protect a firehouse and its equipment. Fire engines used to be drawn by fast and powerful horses, a tempting target for thieves, so Dalmatians were kept in the firehouse as deterrence to theft.
7/10/2014 1:18:20 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/3/2013 11:13:10 AM

2/3/2013 11:13:10 AM

what can I do for dry itching skin

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Anonymous

If you are feeding a typical grocery store food, try switching to something corn wheat, and soy free which can commonly cause allergies/itching and is in almost all major grocery store dog food brands. Also, coconut oil may help.
2/13/2014 11:36:22 PM

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10/18/2012 6:06:32 PM

10/18/2012 6:06:32 PM

Why do Dalmatians have spots

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7/10/2014 1:18:41 PM

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10/14/2012 11:48:51 AM

10/14/2012 11:48:51 AM

Would a Dalmatian do good with a family with dog allergies?

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No. The Dalmatian is not considered a hypoallergenic breed of dog.
7/10/2014 1:19:08 PM

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8/15/2012 12:03:45 PM

8/15/2012 12:03:45 PM

My daughter saved a dalmatian puppy from being put to death. The puppy is blind. We took her to... My daughter saved a dalmatian puppy from being put to death. The puppy is blind. We took her to the vet to make sure. We would like to know the best way to train her?

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Anonymous

My pup is almost blind too so what you should do is ask your friends if they know any one who can train blind dogs and also ask the vet that too :)
9/28/2012 7:49:52 AM

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8/11/2012 12:59:10 AM

8/11/2012 12:59:10 AM

can dalmatian cross to the german shepherd?

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Really, any breed can be crossed with another breed of dog. But if you love the Dalmatian breed so much, look for a reputable and qualified breeder to find a pup. Unless the dog is at a shelter, please do not advocate Back Yard Breeder's and/or Puppy Mills.
7/10/2014 1:29:54 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/6/2012 6:53:46 PM

7/6/2012 6:53:46 PM

How wide should a male dalmatians waist be in inches?

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There is no standard requirements for the waist of a Dalmatian. But, if you would like to know if your dog is over-weight, the best way is to do the 'feel test'. In which you place your finger tips on the dogs sides and if you can feel the ribs without having to push in, then the dog is at a good weight. But, if you have to push in to feel the dog's ribs, then he/she can stand to loose a couple of pounds.
7/10/2014 1:32:40 PM

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7/1/2012 1:32:04 PM

7/1/2012 1:32:04 PM

My Dalmatian is 1 year old, and she is very hyper and young, she has been having problems, she... My Dalmatian is 1 year old, and she is very hyper and young, she has been having problems, she has been out in the backyard doing her business, but she has seemed to laid in her own urine and sat in it. We've washed her plenty of times and it's faded to light yellow, but her tail is darker. We can't seem to get it off, is there any good ways to remove the urine? And treatment to get it off. We know we could take her to the groomers and they'll be able to remove most of it, but we'd like to know if there is anything we can do at home. We have white dog shampoo but it's not working full on. Just little bits. If anyone has an answer please let me know what I could do. It gets a little embarrassing taking a Dalmatian out which is white and has a stain on her bum. Please does anyone have a answer to remove a urine stain of a Dalmatian?

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Anonymous

It may not be a urine stain. She may have a staph infection which is common in Dalmatians. They have skin issues to begin with and if they have any type of irritation then it can lead to that because they usually lick and the skin stays moist. The fur tends to have a "tawny" color to it when that is the case. It is something that can be cleared up with antibiotics, but you may want to check her for allergies. Mine had allergies to everything, but once I had them on shots, they almost never had that problem again.
10/27/2012 9:46:47 PM

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5/13/2012 1:29:41 AM

5/13/2012 1:29:41 AM

Hi, Our dalmatian, Zipper, 7 months old has a bit of urine incontinence and also limps (most on... Hi, Our dalmatian, Zipper, 7 months old has a bit of urine incontinence and also limps (most on the left hind leg) after sleeping for a extended time. It takes him several steps before he starts walking normally. Would you please advise as there are no good vets we have met yet in Nepal that we can go to. thanks

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Me too - i have a dalmatian 8 months old EIRA and she is a very playful dog. I have been giving her all the supplements that my vet suggested to me but still i find her hind legs weak especially the right one and she cant stand and cant jump so much. She eats proper and everything looks fine but im worried about her hind legs. As mentioned above here in nepal they dont have a good vet services i am worried - any suggestions? thanks
6/27/2012 10:03:38 AM

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5/11/2012 1:43:01 PM

5/11/2012 1:43:01 PM

Can a Dalmatian be trained to be a service-dog

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5/11/2012 12:48:16 AM

5/11/2012 12:48:16 AM

why do dalmatians have spots?

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4/30/2012 9:57:50 AM

4/30/2012 9:57:50 AM

My Dalmatian is 8 months and he is playful and eats a lot but now two days he eats little i... My Dalmatian is 8 months and he is playful and eats a lot but now two days he eats little i would say that he doesnt even want to eat at all till i dont put the food in front of him.... and he looks tired.... may be the cause the exercises ?we do it 2 times per day( running) about 30 minutes ...? or should i take him to a vet?(outside is verry hot)

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Anonymous

I had a male Dalmatian that would sometimes go a day or 2 without eating. Never figured out why. Once he was hungry enough he would go back to himself and eat his usual daily amounts. He would do it randomly every once in a while. If your worried definitely take him to the vet as mine never really acted tired at the same time.
10/22/2012 4:35:40 PM

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4/15/2012 8:40:07 AM

4/15/2012 8:40:07 AM

Hi all and thank you for the help now on to what i like to know my Dal is 4 years old we... Hi all and thank you for the help now on to what i like to know my Dal is 4 years old we think,you see we rescued her,she is a sweetheart but now we see her hair is very thin or falling out and skin is red under the spots where the hair is thin,she does not play with any toys or the dog next door dont know much about why she dont play but shes happy and smiles alot thank you all

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Anonymous

She could have mange or possibly a thyroid problem. Take her to the vet and they should be able to do a blood and skin test.
10/27/2012 9:49:57 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/20/2012 11:50:48 AM

3/20/2012 11:50:48 AM

what dogs were crossbred to create a Dalmatian?

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Anonymous asked:

2/25/2012 9:49:44 PM

2/25/2012 9:49:44 PM

Do Dalmatian's have health issues?

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Anonymous

Dalmatians are prone to deafness, urinary stones,and skin allergies.
4/23/2012 10:21:43 PM

Anonymous

ANY mammal has health issues. Humans can carry up to 70 recessive Genes, which can lead to illness. The answer before mine is correct but I disagree on the skin issues IF the Dalmatian is fed and managed correctly.
10/31/2014 8:09:18 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/9/2012 9:21:20 PM

2/9/2012 9:21:20 PM

can i adopt a dalmatian 1 1/2 year old? is it difficult to train them at this age? can he be... can i adopt a dalmatian 1 1/2 year old? is it difficult to train them at this age? can he be taught with us at home? thanks

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Anonymous

if you do it well be very easy i got my dalmatian when it was 1 and it was easy but dont beat them if they do something wrong
3/8/2012 9:09:59 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/26/2012 7:27:58 AM

1/26/2012 7:27:58 AM

what type of food can we give to our female dalmatian of 6 months

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Anonymous

Watch the dog food ingredients, no game meats or organ meats. Nothing with beans, lentils, no cauliflower or peas. Also no yeast or gravies. Those are all high purine foods which Dalmatians can't eat since they give the Dalmatian a higher chance of urinary stones. I would say a grain free diet would be best as they can also have allergies to grains.
10/22/2012 4:43:59 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/15/2012 6:10:26 PM

1/15/2012 6:10:26 PM

Do Dalmatians shed?

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Anonymous

Yes, a lot! Daily brushing with kong brush is recommended.
1/28/2012 12:09:40 AM

Anonymous

The answer is yes, but less than average. Daily brushings with a soft rubber kong or other gentle short bristled fur brush will do. The fur is white, so expect to have random white hairs attached to your life... The dal coat is short and not very thick so it does not take long to remove the dead fur for the next day or 2. You may also want to consider supplementing an oatmeal based shampoo for sensitive skin care..Hope this helps.
1/28/2012 11:23:10 AM

Anonymous

Yes Dalmatians do shed a lot, though my male Dalmatian I had didn't shed that much at all. But my female was a huge shedder!! You can expect to have little white hairs everywhere! And they are not easy to get out of furniture and carpet. You can expect to have lint rollers everywhere as the hairs will be all over your clothes also. I found that if I used the Furminator that helped some.
10/23/2012 8:59:21 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/11/2012 6:12:44 AM

1/11/2012 6:12:44 AM

I have dalmatian baby female of 1 1/2 month.Can you guide me at what age I should bathe him, and... I have dalmatian baby female of 1 1/2 month.Can you guide me at what age I should bathe him, and stuff. As I have contacted a doctor but he said no for bath. Also guide me how to train my dalmatian baby? thank you

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You should give your dalmatian a bath every 2 weeks or when she gets dirty. Taking him a bath too much can dry out her skin. You should also ask her vet what shampoo to use. Try to start bathing her at an early age so she can get used to the water and not give you a big fuss about taking a bath. When training your dog you should never hit her or cause her pain. Read books or articles online on dog training. The most important commands are sit,come and stop. She also needs to know how to walk on a leash. Hope this helps :)
1/16/2012 5:14:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/3/2012 5:00:18 PM

1/3/2012 5:00:18 PM

WHAT IS THE FOOD FOR DALMATIAN PUPPIES?

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Anonymous

Puppies should eat food marked for puppies and should be switched off to adult food when the vet says to. Try feeding your dalmatian foods like Wellness or Blue Buffalo. You may need a big bag because dalmatians (especially puppies) eat a lot!
1/16/2012 5:18:44 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/16/2011 9:08:31 PM

8/16/2011 9:08:31 PM

what is the movement for the dalmatian puppy??

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Anonymous

could you be more specific
9/18/2011 10:28:18 AM

Anonymous

I don't understand your question. Could you explain it more?
1/16/2012 5:19:40 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/6/2011 2:59:02 AM

7/6/2011 2:59:02 AM

My dalmatian is 9months old and is very naughty and playful...but the problem is that he is... My dalmatian is 9months old and is very naughty and playful...but the problem is that he is extremely thin and eats very little...is it ok....he keeps eating all kinds of other things like my clips n rubber bands..

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Anonymous

let your dalmatian have fun with them and dont force to eat more
7/19/2011 11:09:51 AM

Anonymous

dont let your dalmatian eat those things. it may cause problems
8/8/2011 12:05:21 AM

Anonymous

Thats not good you should take your dalmatian to the vet
9/18/2011 10:29:03 AM

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6/18/2011 1:09:06 PM

6/18/2011 1:09:06 PM

Hi I have a year old Dalmatian who I love to bits, the problem is I keep worrying about his... Hi I have a year old Dalmatian who I love to bits, the problem is I keep worrying about his liver and kidneys. I know they should not eat beef or offal. So what is the best thing for them to eat? I Feed him dry food chicken and rice which he seems to love, do you think this is ok? Thank-you

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Anonymous

I had two male dalmatians both lived 13 and 14 years. I had learned that foods low in purines is the best for Dals as they are prone to formulate urinary or kidney stones - especially in males. A vitamin w/ chondroitin and glucosamine is a good idea too as dals can develop joint issues later in life. Go on-line and read up on this type of diet. Also make sure your guy has plenty of fresh water, exercise and tons of love. That will help to keep him with you for a long and healthy life. BUT before you do any of these suggestions - please consult your vet. :)
6/22/2011 12:17:11 PM

Anonymous

I dont think that is a good idea
9/29/2011 1:56:20 PM

Anonymous

go online to Drs. Foster & Smith. They sell a cranberry suppliment that works very well. I gave my dal dried cranberries once a week before i found this.
5/13/2012 10:54:03 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/17/2011 10:34:56 AM

6/17/2011 10:34:56 AM

I just had to put my wonderful dalmatian down. I had him for 14 1/2 years. I had his uncle til... I just had to put my wonderful dalmatian down. I had him for 14 1/2 years. I had his uncle til 2005 at the age of 13 and he was equally as amazing. Their personalities and temperament were exceptional and if possible I would like to find another dal w/ the same blood line. My Dalmatian's parents were Rocky Rides Again and Glowing Ember. From Tampa, FL. Anyone out there have a dal from any of their litters that might still be breeding this bloodline? Or any idea how I might be able to find this bloodline. Your assistance is greatly appreciated

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Anonymous

male or female?
12/13/2011 8:45:01 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/9/2011 11:56:04 PM

6/9/2011 11:56:04 PM

is there a brown dot on dalmatian

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Anonymous

Not usually unless your dalmatian is a mix and thats still very rare
9/18/2011 10:30:46 AM

Anonymous

of course there is !! - I've had 2, they are know as LIVER spotted.
12/17/2011 6:11:47 AM

Anonymous

Dalmatians spots are either black or brown. The brown spots are called liver colored and its normal to have a liver spotted dal instead of a black spotted one.
1/16/2012 5:22:53 PM

BlueDragon388sWife asked:

5/30/2011 10:51:48 PM

5/30/2011 10:51:48 PM

What is the life span of a Dalmatian? I have a dalmatian that is 12 1/2 years old.He is apart of... What is the life span of a Dalmatian? I have a dalmatian that is 12 1/2 years old.He is apart of our family.We got him when he was 2 years old.He had been abused and was really scared of adults.He hid in a corner of the cage at the pound when my husband and I was there. But when my husband and I took our 2 little boys ages 4 and 1 year old to the pound to see him he came running to the gate when my 4 year old stuck his hand in the fence.He then started licking my sons hand and was wagging his whole body.I knew that he was the one for us. See we had just put our 14 1/2 year old Golden RetrieverAlf down a month before .My kids were so heart broken and lonley that we had to get another dog.Anyways my boys named him Lucky because he was a lucky dog they said.

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Anonymous

don't worry.if your dog has a healthy diet,tons of love & exercise he will live for 13-15 years.my friend has a dalmatian whose mother lived for 15 years.
8/20/2011 10:26:38 AM

Anonymous

Thanks.Lucky is 14 years old now.He still acts like a puppy. He loves to play with the boys and our other dogs. He has been a great dog andwe love him with all our hearts. Thanks again for answering my question.
8/31/2011 7:05:08 PM

Anonymous

Well, we just had to put our Dalmatian down a few days ago and we had him 6 weeks old. He was 14 years 5 months 3 days.
6/15/2012 7:25:57 AM

Anonymous asked:

5/12/2011 10:24:16 PM

5/12/2011 10:24:16 PM

I have heard and is it true that the Dalmatian was crossed with the White Bull Terrier to clean... I have heard and is it true that the Dalmatian was crossed with the White Bull Terrier to clean up the white coat, it that true?

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Anonymous

No and the breeding lines of a dalmatian are very confusing and lost - all we know is that george washington was one of there first american breeders
9/18/2011 10:47:29 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/17/2011 3:58:08 AM

4/17/2011 3:58:08 AM

People say dalmatian pup's are dumb & deaf...why?

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Anonymous

Dalmatians are BY FAR dumb! Some are born deaf or deaf in one ear, but that is all gene/hereditary issues. You have to socialize them at an early age, just as you would do with ANY dog breed. My husband is a firefighter and we have a dalmatian who is 2yrs old now. He is the smartest dog I have ever seen. He was SO easy to train. We use him for a lot of FD functions and he LOVES being around the kids! He loves riding on firetrucks. He hears a fire truck and he starts jumping around all excited. He even demonstrates to kids how to 'stop... drop... and roll'... He has a huge smile and when you walk in the door he runs up to you smiling. We have even taught him how to say "I love you". They are animated dogs who are loyal, smart, and so much fun to be around.
4/26/2011 2:09:25 PM

Anonymous

Damlmatians are actually a very smart breed which makes them difficult to train. They often believe they are the pack leader and knows what is best. The only way to over come that issue is to make them understand at a young age you are in charge not them. As for being deaf, one in every three dalmatian is deaf. Most white dogs have the deafness gene but most dalmatians will have some type of hearing problem. At times people make the mistake of not getting their dog tested and automatically think it is deaf by its dehavior. Dalmatians also have selective hearing so at times they will ignore you if they feel like it. I am an animal behaviorist who studies wild and domestic animals and I have had dalmatians since I was 9.
5/10/2011 4:28:44 AM

Anonymous

Dalmatians are not dumb but can be born deaf. Tthey are highly intelligent dogs and used to be used to guard wealthy peoples money and houses
9/18/2011 10:49:48 AM

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