The FCI recognized Croatia as its country of origin, citing several historical sources. The breed had been developed and cultivated chiefly in England. The first unofficial standard for the breed was introduced by an Englishman Vero Shaw in 1882.
Care and Health
Like other breeds, Dalmatians display a propensity towards certain health problems specific to their breed, such as deafness, allergies, and urinary stones.
Dalmatian puppies are born with plain white coats and their first spots usually appear within 10 days; however, spots may be visible on their skin from birth.
Hunting and companionship
They are affectionate, energetic breed
Size medium, short Fur,
sheds a lot,