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Dalmatian dog breed - photos and description

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Main characteristics of the breed

Care:Need a little care
Molt:Shed moderately
Need for activity:Need vigorous daily exercise
Tolerance of loneliness:Independent
Type of wool:Wirehaired, Shorthaired
Friendly to strangers:May show aggression
Intellect:Working intelligence
Learnability:Easy to learn
Specialization:Hunting, Watch dogs
Tendency to bark:Bark only for warning, not for long

Dalmatians can make the best family dogs. They love people, understand their mood and know how to give pleasure. However, this requires proper education. In fact, the dog has a complex and independent character. She can be stubborn and requires a lot of attention. Only an experienced breeder can raise this dog to be an excellent companion. Their high intelligence, natural gentleness and ability to empathize also make them suitable for use as rescue and service dogs.
Despite their reputation as the ideal family dog, Dalmatians have complex temperaments. They are not suitable for inactive, obedient owners and are not “couch” pets. These are very active and energetic animals. They need regular exercise and love to run a lot. If you don't give your Dalmatian the opportunity to express his energy outside, he will exhibit destructive behavior at home. Therefore, this breed is best suited for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts.

The dog has a balanced character and high intelligence. However, they demonstrate obedient and calm behavior only with proper training. Such a pet adapts to its owner, senses his mood and tries to fulfill all his requirements. Dalmatians are kind, non-aggressive, do not fight and are calm towards strangers. However, if the owner is in danger, he boldly rushes to the rescue. Prudence is not unique to this dog.
This dog loves children and tolerates mischief. He is playful, active and restless. This affectionate dog will never harm a child. However, it is not recommended to leave him alone with babies. This dog is quite large, active, sometimes vicious and can accidentally push a child. However, for school-age children, the Dalmatian becomes the best friend and faithful guardian.
The Dalmatian is not confined to one owner and treats all family members equally. This dog needs constant attention and wants to be involved in all human relationships. Therefore, she does not tolerate loneliness well, she can get bored and chew on things. She gets along well with other pets and cats. Many owners call this dog a "holiday dog." After all, the Dalmatian is a bright, artistic, cheerful, cheerful and energetic pet.
The Dalmatian breed is not for everyone. This dog is active, independent and dominant. They require serious training and daily exercise. However, for owners who can pay attention to their pet, exercise with it and run with it, the Dalmatian will be a wonderful companion. The Dalmatian is a charming, cheerful, loyal and good-natured dog that will bring you a lot of fun.

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