Boston: Dalmatian Breeders
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Additional Information: All puppies born here leave with AKC papers, BAER hearing test results, vet exam and microchips. We have puppies born 05/05/2018
All puppies born here are raised in our home and exposed to as much as possible. All dogs are health tested before they are bred. We... ...
Additional Information: Breeder of quality Dalmatians since 1979. Breeding for temperment,health,beauty & brains.Pups are home raised,BAER tested,vaccinated,& health guaranteed
Breeder of Best in Show,group winners,Top 20 winners,and specialty winners as well as top performance,obedience and companion dalmatians since... ...
Additional Information: 7/2/2018We do not have any puppies at this time. Next litter planned for fall of 2019
My love of dalmatians began in 1973 when my parents purchased a dalmatian as family dog. I really can't imagine my life without a... ...
Additional Information: Matchless Dals - Simply Striking. Since 1988, Dals have been our passion & pets at home & in the show ring. We're We have a 13 month old male available. More info available
Matchless Dalmatians - Simply Striking! In 1988, we acquired our first Dalmatian, Mattie, who went on to become CH Matchless Telltale... ...
Additional Information: Our Dalmatians are bred to have the normal gene that is responsible for low uric acid (LUA)in the urine and thus they cannot form urate crystals and kidney stones as found in most Dalmatians.
We usually raise one litter a year.. Our litter for this year was sired by UKC Grand Champion Stocklore Stalwart, born, 5 June 2016... ...
Additional Information: We have no puppies at this time. 11/04/17
FOLKLORE DALMATIANS began in 1978 when we purchased a Dalmatian, decided to take her to obedience class and discovered the world of dog shows.... ...
Additional Information: All of our puppies are in their new homes!We are planning a litter in the fall of 2019! We will be making a list of potential owners at that time!
Our love of the dalmatian began in 1980 when we got accquainted with my Grandmother's dalmatian "Lady". We fell in love with her... ...
Our spotted love began in 2002 when our first 2 Dalmatian puppies were found wondering on the side of the road. Since that moment we only see... ...
Additional Information: We are planning for a litter in 2018. Champion parents health tested/CHIC numbers. We welcome inquiries.
Rose Valley Kennel
Additional Information: AKC beautiful Dalmatian puppies: Both liver-spotted and black-spotted. We strive to produce the best quality Dalmatians. Check us out: www.rosevalleykennel.com
We strive to produce the best quality Dalmatians. Check us out on Facebook to see what our new owners have to say:... ...
Additional Information: Dalmino Dalmatians has a tradition of quality, Champion, health tested Dalmatians with SUPERB temperments and classic spotting.
Dalmino Dalmatians Puppies arrived in January!!!! Stella (Gr Ch. Dalmino's Counting Stars in Polaris)has been bred to... ...
Additional Information: Widely recognized as a top producer of quality Dalmatians since 1991. AKC Breeder of Merit. Pet & show companions available. Black or liver spotted. BAER, thyroid, CERF, OFA/Penn Hip and guarantee
Additional Information: I am a member of Dal Club of America and Dal Club of No. Calif. I always do BAER testing.No puppies are left from my last litter but I will be happy to refer you to another breeder.
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