Latest Dalmatian Stories

2010-03-12 14:39:00

ST. LOUIS, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the world's most beloved stories, THE 101 DALMATIANS, is coming to life on the national stage, and one lucky dog from the New York City area will get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take part in this event.

2009-01-08 21:14:22

A British Dalmatian enthusiast said she is searching for a collector to buy her hoard of 3,500 black-spotted items. Karen Ferrier, 44, said she started collecting white items with black spots after she bought a Dalmatian puppy named Ditto 17 years ago, The Sun reported Thursday. Ferrier said her collection includes polka dot clothes and shoes, sunglasses, hats, bikinis, suitcases, ornaments and even Dalmatian-spotted toilet paper. Sadly Ditto died three years ago, but I've everything from...

2009-01-08 17:18:17

Experts said an 18-puppy litter born to a 3-year-old Dalmatian in Britain may be the largest on record in the country. Adam and Nicola Morley of Melton Mowbray, England, said their dog, Button, gave birth recently to a litter of 18 puppies, one year after birthing a litter of 16, The Daily Mail reported Thursday. We were shocked when 18 were born and they were all alive and healthy, said Adam Morley, 40.

Latest Dalmatian Reference Libraries

2008-05-22 12:47:07

The Dalmatian is a coach dog which is easily recognized for its unique spotted coat. This ancient breed has been used as a guard dog, bird dog, trail hound, retriever, and most importantly a coach or carriage dog. The Dalmatian was once used to run in attendance on a coach. This ability was eventually transferred to its career as a firehouse dog. The Dalmatian once ran in front of horse-drawn fire carts to help clear a path for them as well as guide them to fires. The Dalmatian is a...

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