The Dalmatian is a breed of dog whose roots are traced
to Dalmatia, a region of Croatia. It is noted for
its white coat with either black or liver spots.This
popular breed of dog is a well-muscled, mid-sized,
elegant dog with excellent endurance and stamina.
The Dalmatian coat is short, fine, and dense. Dalmatians
shed considerably, and shed year-round. Dalmatian
puppies are born white, and their spots come in gradually
over the period of a couple of weeks. The most common
colours for Dalmatians are black or liver spotted
on a white background.
The Dalmatian is incredibly loyal and active. Usually
good with other pets, notably horses, dalmatians make
an excellent addition to a family that already has
animals of any kind. Dalmatians are a rather active
breed, and strongly dislike lazing around with nothing
to do, however they will be thrilled to go for walks,
or runs, and play with an active owner.