Delightful Dalmatians!

Happy Hump Day Breeders!

In honor of Fire Pup Day, which is tomorrow October 1st, today’s spotlight is on the adorable, delightful Dalmatians! The Dalmatian is a breed of large-sized dog, noted for its unique white coat marked with black or liver-colored spots.

Their use in firehouses began during the 1700s. Originally trained as carriage dogs, Dalmatians were often chosen by firehouses over other dogs as they not only calmed the horses, but had incredible endurance, were very loyal, and had loud barks. This was key in the early days of fire carriages as the small pack of dogs that would run beside the carriages was also used as a sort of siren to warn pedestrians that a carriage was coming and they needed to clear a path. Long after the red engines replaced horse-drawn wagons, the Dalmatian remains a recognizable tradition in fire stations across the country.

Amaretto Loves Dalmatians!

As part of Amaretto’s Paradise Puppy reward system, when you send your K-9s or kennels to Puppy Paradise you will receive a number of points based on the number of traits and age for a particular K-9. Once you have accumulated enough points (250,000), you can use these points to purchase a unique K-9 Paradise Puppy.

The K-9 Paradise Puppy Dalmatian comes in random gender and these random coats: Black/White, Liver/White, and Rainbow/White Dalmatians. Paradise Puppy Dalmatians are NOT able to pass their coats.

These unique K-9s DO have the ability to pass their eyes (depending on the coat you receive) Paradise Spotted Black, Paradise Spotted Liver, and Paradise Spotted Rainbow.

When you breed a Paradise Puppy (whether it is with another Paradise Puppy or any other K-9) you DO have an increased chance at receiving a random Enchanted K-9. It should be noted that the non-Enchanted offspring of Paradise Puppies do NOT have an increased chance of producing Enchanted K-9s.

Start collecting points today and get a Paradise Puppy Dalmatian for your very own!

Until next time…HAPPY BREEDING!


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