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Understanding and Training a Dalmatian

Dalmatian

The Dalmatian is first and foremost a hardy, high-spirited and high-energy working dog, therefore it is important to help channel energy through obedience, plenty of exercise, games and activities involving mental stimulation.

Recall is also a very important command for the Dalmatian as the breed is known to roam and explore. A patient handler can teach this breed almost anything.

 

Breed Profile

Breed Name: Dalmatian

Domestic Dog Group:

Brief Description:

  • General Size: 50-55 lbs (23-25 kg); 22-24 inches
  • General Temperament: Alert and Lively
  • General Description: High-spirited and capable - often requiring an experienced dog owner.

Breed’s Key Traits

  High Med-High Medium Med-Low Low
Requires Experience   x      
Good Family Dog     x    
Exercise Required x        
Activity Indoors x        
Ease of Training     x    
Sociability with Strangers     x    
Grooming Requirements     x    

 

Brief History

The breed dates back to 1400's in former Yugoslavia and has been used over the years as a versatile working dog - pulling carts, herding sheep, hunting vermin and following coaches & carriages. Due to its unique coat and high exposure, it has evolved into a popular choice for a family pet.

 

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