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    Breeders of AKC registered Dalmatian Puppies for adoption

    Dalmatians are friendly dogs, for friendly people. So come on in and enjoy our Dalmatian Information.

    On average we breed no more than one litter of Dalmatian puppies every year.

    Our Dalmatian puppies

    have carefully selected, health tested parents with great dispositions. A number of our Dalmatians have gained Champion Titles in each the performance and the conformation show ring, all of them are much loved pets. Each Dalmatian puppy bred by us comes with a lifetime of advice and has been raised with the greatest care a breeder of Dalmatians can provide. Please visit our Dalmatian Puppy Section for up-to-date information about availability and planned litters. This section will also advise you about our adoption procedure. Please read this section carefully, before contacting us.

    About the Caprilli Dalmatians Website

    This site, has been created as an introduction to our own Dalmatians, as well as a source of information about the Dalmatian dog breed. Our Dalmatian 101 section provides our knowledge and experience on how to care for your Dalmatian throughout his life. You will find individual sections on feeding, health and management of your Dalmatian as well as some Video Tutorials. If you find mistakes, that we have made, we would welcome a note to allow us to fix the problem. If you like what you see it would be helpful for the promotion of this site and the information contained, if you used our social share options. Thank you for your visit and we hope that you will enjoy your time with us!

    Our Motto

    Breeding dogs is a responsibility that starts far before a planned litter and does not end with the puppies being weaned.