Priceless Prancer (Milo)
Kentixen Summer Scoop (Ruby)
I was introduced to dalmatians when I was 4 years old and watched '101 dalmatians' in the cinema (as we all do!). Since then I have adored dogs, but particularly had a soft spot for dallies. When I moved out when I was 18, I got my first dog, my gorgeous boy Milo, and I haven't looked back since.
For me, a dog looking and showing well is important, however I feel the bigger picture can often be missed. While a dog that looks good and moves well is a quality I look for; a kind nature, calm attitude, and sweet demeanour are far more important to me. For this reason I decided to enrol Milo as a Pets as Therapy dog, as his kindness and softness just amazes me and he brings so much happiness to other people.
As well as this I also allowed Milo as a stud dog due to the good quality of his breeding. He has bilateral hearing (and has NEVER sired a deaf/unilateral pup!), a hip score of 9 (4/5), is lemon gene free and is of course fully insured on PetPlan. He also carries the liver gene so can sire liver pups. This gives me great confidence that his offspring should carry this through into their adulthood as well as his temperament and demeanour.
We are also part of the Kennel Club Assured Breeders scheme to maintain the quality of the breed.
Finally; my dogs are first and foremost my family. They mean the world to me and they're health and happiness always comes first, that is my priority. I am also always up for talking, discussing, or advising about dalmatians, so please feel free to send me an email if you want to talk dallies!