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Breed Of The Day…DALMATIAN!

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We have chosen the Dalmatian as the Breed of the Day!  These dogs have always been associated with firemen and the firehouse.  I learned a lot about Dalmatians and what wonderful dogs they can be.  I didn't realize that they were bred to run with horses, very cool fact!  I hope that you enjoy these facts and statistics about the Dalmatians.

The Dalmatian is a well-known dog breed, most famous for its white coat spotted with black or brown markings. Historically used as a carriage dog, this breed is very active and was once even bred to run with horses. Because of this, the Dalmatian is most suitable for dog lovers that can give it attention and time for exercise.

Physical Characteristics:  The Dalmatian has an intelligent and alert expression with a short and shiny coat. Its distinctive spots are a well-regarded feature; however, solid patches are not encouraged in the breed standard — an abstract aesthetic ideal for the animal type. The Dalmatian also has an athletic build with strong bones and a square-proportioned body which gives it endurance, and an effortless and steady trot.

Personality and Temperament: This eager and playful companion should be exercised in a secure area, as it is known to roam around and is capable of running for miles before it gets tired.  Dalmatians may also be too lively and active for young children.

History and Background: 

Although the origin of the Dalmatian’s coat pattern is not known, it is one of the most interestingly patterned breeds. Paintings of dogs resembling the Dalmatian have been found throughout the centuries. One such painting, a fresco from 1360, is held in the Spanish Chapel of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, Italy.

It is thought the ancestors of the Dalmatian may have been pointers and the spotted Great Dane.  And while it did not originate in Dalmatia, a southern region in Croatia, the breed did derive its name from the region. Even the Dalmatian's original function is obscure, but the breed probably had more than one role. Throughout the years, it has been a shepherd, a war dog, a sentinel, a retriever, a draft dog, a ratter, a trailer, a bird dog and a circus dog.

 

Source:petMD.com


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