The Dalmatian Club of America
The Official Book of the Dalmatian
During their years of extensive research for this book, DCA members Susan Brooksbank, Sue MacMillan, and Shelia Wymore, the group of authors selected to represent the club, discovered that "...there is
a lot more to learn about our spotted friends." The Official Book of the Dalmatian is the culmination of their efforts.
This authoritative volume is not all "black and white." The text is beautifully illustrated by a dazzling collection of over 650 full-color photographs and drawings. Among the topics discussed are the breed's origin and history, influential kennels and notable people, famous dogs, Dalmatians around the world, the breed standard, Dalmatians in competition and other activities, general health care, breed-specific problems such as deafness and urinary stone formation, breeding, selecting and raising a Dalmatian, and much more. This comprehensive and informative book is an insightful look at the wonderful versatility and personality that define this unique breed.
The Dalmatian Club of America, organized in 1905, endures as the protector and promoter of the Dalmatian in the United States. T.F.H. Publications is pleased to join forces with the Dalmatian Club of America
to produce The Official Book of the Dalmatian for breed fanciers to enjoy and refer to time and time again.
You can purchase a copy of The Official Book of the Dalmatian from:
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