DALMATIAN

FCI-Standard N° 153

DALMATIAN

Dalmatinski Pas

FCI Group 6
Scenthounds and related breeds

Section 3
Related breeds
Without working trials

Suggestion of the comment  has been made by
Mr. Boris Špoljarić, dipl.ing.

Participants in making of the final text of the comment were : Mr. Damir Skok, dr.vet.med, Mr Mijo Fury, dr.sc.,
Mr Zlatko Kraljić, Mrs.Ivana Bakal, dr.sc. ,
Mrs. Željka Halper Dražić and Mr. Željko Radić.

Pleasant temperament, friendly, not shy or hesitant, free from nervousness and aggression. Lively kind, loyal, independent and easy to train. The Dalmatian likes water and outdoor activities. It has a marked hound instinct.

Dalmatian dog is hunting dog, companion dog, family dog, suitable to be trained for various purposes.

The origin of the Dalmatian dog can be recognized in paintings and in church chronicles from the 16th to the 18th century. Dalmatians can be found on the altar painting “Madonna with Jesus and Angels” in the church “Gospa od andjela” in the town Veli Losinj, island Losinj in Croatia dating back to 1600 – 1630 and also in a fresco in Zaostrog, Dalmatia, Croatia. It suggests that the Dalmatian originates from the eastern Mediterranean region, in particular the historic province Dalmatia.
The first descriptions of the Dalmatian were found in the diocese Djakovo, in the Croatia, namely in the church chronicles of the Bishop Petar Bakic from the year 1719 and the church chronicles of Andreas Keczkemety from the year 1737. The dog was named with
the Latin name “Canis Dalmaticus” and the height of the dog described with 4-5 “Spithamus”. Thomas Pennant described this breed in his work “Synopsis of Quadrupeds” in the year 1771 as very independent, named it “Dalmatian” and wrote the origin of this
breed to be Dalmatia. A work by Thomas Bewick, published in 1790, refers to this breed as “Dalmatian or Coach Dog”. The first unofficial Dalmatian Standard was written by an Englishman named Vero Shaw in the year 1882. After the formation of the Dalmatian Club in England in the year 1890 this standard was transferred to the first official breed standard. The FCI published the first Dalmatian standard on the 7th of April 1955 under the name of “Dalmatian Huntingdog”. 

Croatian kennel club doesn’t register LUA dogs in Croatian studbook  

 

 

Suggestion of the comment  has been made by Mr. Boris Špoljarić, dipl.ing.
Participants in making of the final text of the comment were : Mr. Damir Skok, dr.vet.med, Mr Mijo Fury, dr.sc., Mr Zlatko Kraljić, Mrs.Ivana Bakal, dr.sc. , Mrs. Željka Halper Dražić and Mr. Željko Radić.

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