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Basic characteristics

Country/Region of Origin:                                                  Yugoslavia
Trainability:                                                                                 Hard
Size:                                                                                              Big
weight:                                                                                    22-30Kg
Energy level:                                                                               High
Exercise needed:                                                              60min/daily
Color:                                                                               Black/White
Protection:                                                                              Medium
Shedding:                                                                                    High
Area needed:                                                                                Big



Additional information (Wiki): Dalmatian puppies (averaging 8 per litter) are born white. The spots gradually appear over the first few weeks of the puppies' lives. Dalmatians shed their short, fine coats year round. Dalmatians shed considerably more than most year-round shedders. These hairs are barbed at the ends, causing the hairs to stick to clothing, upholstery and nearly any other kind of fabric. Although Dalmatians enjoy a vigorous rub down, nothing can be done to prevent their excessive shedding; new owners must be prepared to deal with an extraordinary amount of dog hairs constantly littering their households.

The Dalmatian breed experienced a massive surge in popularity as a result of the 1956 novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians written by British author Dodie Smith, and later due to the two Walt Disney films based on the book. The Disney animated classic[18] released in 1961, later spawned a 1996 live-action remake 101 Dalmatians. In the years following the release of the second movie, the Dalmatian breed suffered greatly at the hands of irresponsible breeders and inexperienced owners. Many irreputable breeders and puppy mills cashed in on the breed's rising popularity, and began breeding high numbers of Dalmatians without first ensuring the health, quality, and temperament of the dogs being bred.

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