One of the most precious breeds of dog is the dalmatian. They’re so cute they have films, books, and stories dedicated just to them. 101 Dalmatians is one of the most famous stories that has been remade over and over so a new generation can enjoy the pure delight of the spotted pups. They’re one of the most versatile breeds and also one of the most mysterious. Experts don’t know for certain what their origins are. The closest zoologists have gotten to narrowing down their birthplace is either in ancient Egypt or Croatia. It’s a fact we may never know where exactly but dalmatians have been around for thousands of years.
They’re also an incredibly versatile breed. They’re known for their athletic build. If you turn on any dog show you’ll certainly find the elegant breed up for a top prize. They’re extremely agile and can clock up top speeds. They sure can run. Dalmatians also are extremely smart and zoologists say that they have extremely strong and reliable memories. It’s no wonder that founding father and first president George Washington loved the spotted dog. He was one of the earliest breeders in the U.S. He was clearly onto something.
One of the biggest lovers of dalmatians is Cecilia Langton-Bunker of Ballarat, Australia. She grew up admiring their smarts and their beauty. She spent years studying the breed and gathering all the information she could on them so she can take excellent care of them. She created her own breeding company to not just raise and breed dogs for potential owners, but to also inform the public on dalmatians and what they’re really like.
Her favorite dalmatian of all is Miley. The gorgeous three-year-old is quick, intelligent, and independent. She loves to swim and play in the grass with Cecilia. The two shared a special bond. When it was time to breed new dalmatians she knew Miley, with her impressive build and health, would be the perfect candidate. When she became pregnant, all seemed to go according to plan. That is, until, the day of the pregnancy came along and nobody could predict what followed that day.