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    Dalmatian training

    Does anyone have experience with training puppy dalmatians? I'm looking to adopt from https://dalmatianpuppyplace.com . I replied to a thread earlier also wanting to know if they've got a higher risk of dog ear infections ?

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    Do not click on the link. It shows beautiful spotty puppies to melt your heart. I thought they were bread for protecting horse drawn coaches, and a quick google says they are hunting dogs, circus performers, and coach dogs. Need lots of exercise and easily trainable. You also need 101 of them to be any good.
    If you want one I say go for it, if not back away from that link and dont go there again. Forwardmarcher which pup is tugging your heart strings, difficult decision?, go and meet them and that will be it no turning back then.
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    What a load of shit that website is pulling on peoples heart strings using marketing jargon like “adopt” and “rehome” when it’s blatantly just a puppy farm
    270 is a harmonic divisor number[1]
    270 is the fourth number that is divisible by its average integer divisor[2]
    270 is a practical number, by the second definition
    The sum of the coprime counts for the first 29 integers is 270
    270 is a sparsely totient number, the largest integer with 72 as its totient
    Given 6 elements, there are 270 square permutations[3]
    10! has 270 divisors
    270 is the smallest positive integer that has divisors ending by digits 1, 2, , 9.

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    Dalmation training is a piece of piss... its just a case of joining up the dots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    What a load of shit that website is pulling on peoples heart strings using marketing jargon like “adopt” and “rehome” when it’s blatantly just a puppy farm
    I didnt read anything just looked at the pics and did think they must be from the same litter. I still say if you wand a spotty dog go for it

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    This guy is just pushing his website isn't he?
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    No matter how hard you try you wont be able to get them to change their spots.

    mmm interesting, just had a good look at their website, looks pretty dodgy. In the "about Us" section there is no mention of who they are and nowhere does it say either what country they are in or any names of people involved. Proper breeders have their names, where they are and other info.
    Either a puppy farm or a scam to get some money for a deposit off you and there is actually no puppies.
    I suggest using a lot of caution.

    Forwardmarcher11 please feel free to introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your experience with dogs and/or the outdoors. Dalmatians wont have any higher chance of ear infections than any other short coat breeds. Dogs with fluffy ears which can hold moisture and stuff are the breeds which need a bit more care in the ear department.
    You are setting off my radar
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    there are also some scams going around at the moment whereby you pay a deposit for a puppy that doesn't actually exist. This looks highly suspect

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    What a load of shit that website is pulling on peoples heart strings using marketing jargon like “adopt” and “rehome” when it’s blatantly just a puppy farm

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    also dalmation puppies are spotless, the spot dont appear till a few months old.
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    looks like all the spots have fallen off now.
    Must have be Bunji and his "worlds' best" puppy farm
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    I’m the ‘about us’ section it says they’re based in the US.

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    Ok since we have seen some "PUN" posts...

    I once "spotted" an albino dalmation... it was the least I could do for it .
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    This thread has gone to the dogs
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