Dalmatian (dug)

The Dalmatian (Croatie: Dalmatinski pas, Dalmatiner) is a breed o dug whose ruits trace back tae Croatie (an its historical region o Dalmatia), whaur the first illustrations o the dug hae been foond.[1] The Dalmatian is notit for its unique black or liver spotted coat an wis mainly uised as a carriage dug in its early days. The day, this dug remains a well-loved faimily pet, an mony dug enthusiasts enter thair pets intae the competitions o mony kennel clubs.

Dalmatian
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Liver-spottit Dalmatian
Ither namesCarriage Dug
Spottit Coach Dug
Firehouse Dug
Plum Pudding Dug
Common eik-namesDal, Dally
OreeginCroatie
Traits
Wecht Male 55–70 pound (25–32 kg)
Female 36–53 pound (16–24 kg)
Hicht Male 21–26 inches (53–66 cm)
Female 18–25 inches (46–64 cm)
Coat White background
Colour black or liver spots
Bruid size 6–9 puppies
Life span 10–13 years
Clessification / staundarts
FCI Group 6, Section 3 (Scenthounds) #153 staundart
AKC Non-sportin staundart
ANKC Group 7 (Non-sportin) staundart
CKC Group 6 (Non-sportin) staundart
KC (UK) Utility staundart
NZKC Non-sportin staundart
UKC Companion Breeds staundart
Domestic dug (Canis lupus familiaris)

ReferencesEedit

  1. "Croatian Kennel Club". Hks.hr. 30 Mey 2011. Retrieved 22 Mey 2012.