When you have decided you would like to get a Dalmatian puppy it is strongly advised that you do your research, there is lots of information on this website and many others about Dalmatians. Their health, temperament, feeding and exercise to name a few.
Please have a look at our Breed Charter for the things you should expect from a reputable breeder – NOEDC Charter 21
For more information about our wonderful breed have a read of this page.
Be assured that the puppies on our puppy list are from members of one or more of the four Dalmatian Clubs in Great Britain. They agree to follow their Clubs Code of Ethics and Rules.
You will get lots of help and advice on choosing your puppy and indeed its care for the rest of its life. You should expect a host of questions so the breeder can decide if you are the right kind of family/owner for their puppy and indeed that a Dalmatian is the correct breed for you.
Only members of one of the four UK Dalmatian Clubs can advertise on the “Joint Dalmatians Clubs” Puppy list. Criteria for Inclusion on the Joint Dalmatian Clubs Puppy List.
The four UK Dalmatian clubs are defined as :
North of England Dalmatian Club
British Dalmatian Club
Dalmatian Club of Scotland
Northern Ireland Dalmatian Club
Once your litter is 8 weeks old, the advertising member is to inform the list co-ordinator, and every two weeks thereafter if they wish to remain on the list, (up to the five month maximum) otherwise your name will be removed. This will be strictly adhered to, with no exceptions.
In any event puppies will be removed from the Puppy List once they reach twelve months old.
Sire & Dam information is to be included on the application, although this information will not be published.
Only one contact person per litter will be allowed, who must be a club member.
Every litter must be registered separately and a fee is currently not required.
The Clubs wish to make clear that the Puppy List should not be considered the primary source of advertising for club members’ puppies for sale, and other avenues should always be investigated.