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Some people are really crazy about this wonderful, lovely, beautiful, intelligent, clinging, lively dogs.....-well, so every "Dalmatinitis" starts.
Since I began to read barrels of books about dogs when I was a child, it was my deepest desire to own a Dalmatian. Every Christmas I wrote a list of wishes and my parents propably had nightmares, but stayed resolute. Some day I fulfilled my dream on my own: a puppy moved to my home.

The problem is that you're often so enthusiastic about your dog that you're planning to adopt such another spotted lunatic. Well, even for a second dog was enough space and everything else- and so I had two shadows from this day on.
Grown up in the sunny South of Germany, we moved to the coast of the Baltic Sea in the meantime.

With the enthusiasm for this breed the wish grew to breed them by myself.
All the requirements were tackled and in winter 2000 a dream came true: the A-litter of our kennel was born!
After this litter with 6 liver pups from 8 it was clear: our "family" needs a liver girl. After the most beautiful bitch from the litter was only unilateral hearing, a lovely young lady called "Jana" (Bibiana von der Strengliner Mühle), 4 months old, moved in. I knew her since she was a puppy and I fell in love with her quite early.

In the meantimes years passed by and we spared no efforts to prevent this lovely breed, to improve it and to give the breed valuable input - be it the import of frozen semen from Canada, the import of a bitch with almost extinct blood lines from South Africa or the journey to Mr. Right in Los Angeles.
Pleasant successes in breeding, in the show ring, but also in the single families where our dogs live encourage us to adhere to this intents.
At the moment Lillit, a granddaughter of our foundation bitch Jana, is living with us together with her granddaughter Loni and Loni's niece Abs, a daughter of Loni's brother Pri.

 


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By the way: WE are (besides the dogs) the cats Jazzy & Milu, bird spider Agata, 3 mongolian mice and of course the two-legged pack leader Viola and her husband Karsten.
Since October 2007 we were completed by little sunshine Naemi, my daughter.

mt_ignoreThe family during a Sweden holiday

 

 

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 From left to right:

Kama vom Stiftland (our first dalmatian bitch), Bibiana von der Strengliner Mühle (foundation bitch of our kennel) & Assiduitas Eccentric Echo

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