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The Dalmatian is said to have had its origin in Dalmatia on the Adriatic coast. But there seems to be evidence that it originated in India and was transported to Greece by Indian Merchants of Ancient times. It has been used as a pack hunter, a retriever and as a circus performer. Uniquely it has also been used as a carriage dog to walk alongside horse drawn carriages clearing the road in populated areas. In the days before motor-cars, the American Fire Dept used it to control the horses that pulled the fire- appliances. Today is serves as a great companion dog. Having become immensely popular with the movie "101 Dalmatians". It weighs 23-25 kgs and is about 50-61 cms tall. They are white in colour with the characteristic spots being in black or liver.

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Attilas Kennel Offers Show Quality Dalmatian Pups from Champion Bloodlines. Sire: Ind.Ch.Attilas Ceaser X Dam: Attilas Roxy. 1st vaccine completed. 5 Males and 5 Females, both liver and black spot pups available. Click here to view litter box. Contact: Anish Ashraf, Attilas Kennel, 499, Mettupalayam Road, Coimbatore - 641002. Ph: +91-9894124262
(Listing First Posted on 15th November 2022 - Renewable on 15th November 2023) - Dalmatian - Attilas Kennel
Hayesberg proudly presents its Much Awaited Dalmatian litter, 3 males and 2 females. 1 Male and Female puppy available to Appropriate pet homes. Date of Birth - 10- 09-2021. All puppies will be up to date with their De-worming and Vaccinations as per Schedule. Puppies will be KCI Registered. Click here to See Litter Box, Photographs. Shipping to major cities available.
Contact: Nihal S. Narayan +91-9731185115 (Bangalore, India)
(Listing First Posted on 22nd October 2021 - Renewable on 22nd October 2022) - Dalmation - Hayesberg - Nihal