Dalmatian


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a native or inhabitant of Dalmatia

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a large breed having a smooth white coat with black or brown spots

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It was the question many were asking: how do you make a production of 101 Dalmatians on stage with that many dogs?
The court heard how the Dalmatian dropped the dog and ran from the area before Carter placed her hand over a large wound on the injured pet's chest and said, "he's dying".
Julie Bolton, who runs sheep as well as breeds dogs, is hand-rearing the lamb with the help of one of her champion Dalmatians.
Gemma, who even has a tattoo of the family's previous Dalmatian Lulu, added: "We're pet mad, as well as Perdy and Mia we have five cats and a rabbit.
Having taken my friend's dalmatian back to its home, I returned to the woods.
Summary: Anna Wintour sat on the front row with Sir Philip Green at London Fashion Week, as Topshop showed a collection based on 101 Dalmatians.
98 percent of the offspring's genes are identical to those of a purebred Dalmatian.
Button, whose dad was in the film 102 Dalmatians, broke the world record in December when she gave birth to her brood of 18.
If he owned a Dalmatian, the driver could sleep in a house or hotel.
The pair of Dalmatians meet in a London park, arrange for their owners to marry and start a family themselves.
DALMATIAN Penny is lonely and she's looking for a new home.
95) comes from a breeder, exhibitor, trainer, and educator who explains what the Dalmatian is really like, and how to work with its personality.
David Helvarg, president of the Blue Frontier Campaign, compares the current interest in buying Nemo with the rush to purchase Dalmatian puppies after the release of 101 Dalmatians.
The "Dalmatian" ad was the first produced, which led to the creation of stuffed replicas of "Lucky," the ProSource One green Dalmatian.