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Its roots trace back to Croatia and its historical region of Dalmatia
Its roots trace back to Croatia and its historical region of Dalmatia. Today, it is a popular family pet and many dog enthusiasts enter Dalmatians into kennel club competitions.
However Dalmatians spots are already on the skin before they are born. The most common dog with spots is the Dalmatian, a white-skinned and black-spotted dog. Asked in Domestic Dogs. A slender white dog with black spots?
However Dalmatians spots are already on the skin before they are born. Dalmatians will keep developing spots all throughout their lives. A slender white dog with black spots?
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The Hundred and Oneth Dalmatian. You can’t be a butler without trousers, said Nanny Butler firmly. A large car was coming towards the Dearlys. It drew up at a big house just ahead of them, and a tall woman came out onto the front-door steps. But I’ll get a frilly apron tomorrow. Their noses and eye-rims were black. Missis had a most winning expression.
Since I have never had other than casual exposure to Dalmatians, I had no idea there was such a thing as Dalmatians without spots!
Since I have never had other than casual exposure to Dalmatians, I had no idea there was such a thing as Dalmatians without spots! The fact is that ALL are born with a pure white coat, with no spots. The spots start showing up in about a week, and most have shown up within a month even though they keep developing throughout their life. If you look closely at the photo to the right, you may be able to see the dark pigmented spots on the skin underneath the white fur of those newborn pups. Those pigmented areas are where the spots show up. Dalmatians Without Spots.
With their flashy spots and athletic bodies, Dalmatians are certainly eye-catching, but . Surprisingly little is known about the origins of the Dalmatian, and, in fact, there is no evidence that the breed even originated in Dalmatia.
With their flashy spots and athletic bodies, Dalmatians are certainly eye-catching, but there is more to this breed than its signature look - despite what. What we do know is that spotted dogs looking very much like modern-day Dalmatians were described in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and Dalmatians appear in ancient Egyptian wall paintings, medieval letters, and Italian frescoes. Nobody is really sure where this ancient breed first emerged.