DalmatianWhite with black or liver spots, the Dalmatian stands about 23 inches and has a short dense coat that sheds constantly. Although his original purpose is unknown, they have a natural affinity to horses and were used as coach dogs. A very energetic dog that requires regular exercise, recommended for a family with an active lifestyle. Dals can be protective of their home and family. They have very few genetic disorders & are a healthy breed. Reputable breeders will check their breeding stock for hearing, hip dysplasia, urinary stones, skin conditions.
We currently do not have Dalmatian breeders listed with CADF.
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