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25 dalmatian dog facts

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The dalmatian is also known as the “dal”.
The origin can be traced back to Croatia and the region of Dalmatia Dalmatian is the only spotted breed.
Dalmatian can be seen even on the walls of the Egyptian tombs.
Dalmatian can reach 19 to 23 inches in height.
Dalmatian can get to 40 to 70 pounds of weight.
Each Dalmatian has unique pattern of spots.
Dalmatians gives birth to 6 to 9 puppies.
Dalmatian puppies are snowy white at birth.
Spots continue to appear on the dogs body as it grows.
Dalmatians likes to play in the water and it is very good swimmer.

Dalmatian is highly energetic and requires regular daily exercises.
George Washington was a proud owner of a Dalmatian.
Dalmatian has an average lifespan of 10 to 13 years.
Dalmatian is very stubborn and independent by nature.
Approximately eight percent of Dalmatians are born completely deaf
22 to 24 percent are born with hearing in one ear only.
Dalmatians need daily exercise or they will become bored.
Dalmatians shed and need brushing frequently.
Dalmatians are associated with firefighting in the United States.
Dalmatians are associated with Budweiser beer.
Dalmatians were used by brewers to guard the beer wagon.
The Hundred and One Dalmatians was written by Dodie Smith.
The Disney animated film was released in 1961.
Dalmatian was used for hunting of bears in the past.



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