I am Dalmatian, a sucker for human love, filled will boundless energy. I’m sort of a celebrity among dogs; you must have seen my movie 101 Dalmatians. Moreover, I’m brilliant, and there will not be a single sad day with me in the house. I’ll always have your back, and my floppy wars will put a smile on your face.
Extremely loyal to the family, this dog breed is playful and sensitive. Children love this breed, but dalmatians is a highly energetic dog breed, too active for very small children.
But with older children, it is the perfect pet. Some dalmatians are cautious of strangers and other dogs. They have a great memory and remember any mistreatment from the past. A dalmatian makes a perfect watchdog. They were, at a time, used to protect carriages and horses so, this breed does have that protective instinct. It is sometimes hostile towards strangers.
The Dalmatian is not be left alone as they can develop violent personality traits. It acts depressed and makes sad faces if left alone for too long. On top of that, it requires someone to be with them almost always. Not suitable for closed spaces like apartments. Moreover, this breed needs long walks and space to run around.
This dog breed has to be subjected to overbreeding due to their popularity in movies, which has resulted in poor specimens and them living in unsuitable conditions. Deafness is often found in this breed. Don’t expect it to behave as shown in the movies.
Used as fire mascots and sentinels, the Dalmatian has always been closely linked with humans.
The Dalmatian is exceptionally energetic and playful. It requires regular walks to be healthy, and as previously described, open spaces where they can jump and sprint around can work wonders for this breed. If it is not getting enough mental and physical exercise, it can become mischievous.
Dalmatian requires daily exercise to stay fit and happy. The regular activities for a Dalmatian can consist of running alongside a bike or jogging, hiking, chasing a ball, and more.