Breeding Quality, Not Quantity
We are a show dog exhibitor and preservationist breeder, breeding for the continuation and betterment of the Dalmatian breed.
We are a Show Breeder/Exhibitor
We ocassionally have quality Dalmatian puppies available as Show Dogs, Obedience and Performance dogs as well as companions/pets. We are an AKC Breeder of Merit.
First and utmost, JLS Dalmatians strives to breed sound, healthy Dalmatian puppies with good, stable, and outgoing temperaments that will make an excellent member of anyone's family. After that is achieved, we hope for some really great Dalmatian puppies according to the (Dalmatian Standard) which we hope will compete in conformation, obedience, and performance events. Several of our dogs are Therapy Dogs, READ (Reading Education Assistance Dogs), as well as Service Dogs.
JLS adult Dalmatians almost always have a CHIC (Canine Health Information Center) certificate on our dogs. This just means the recommended testing for the Dalmatian Breed has been completed. Before purchasing a puppy from any breeder you should check the OFA Database to see the results of all tests for generations.
CHIC has the following health tests as a minimum requirement to obtaining a CHIC certificate:
Detailed and accurate records of past breedings as well as all current puppies are kept to ensure the health, temperament and longevity of the JLS line. Each breeding is done with the goal of improving and continuing the standard of excellence that we require of JLS Dalmatian puppies as well as to be an asset to the Dalmatian breed as a whole. You can see our past litter information to see what certain combinations have produced.
Puppy Application Form or email us and we will get back with you for an interview. We like to get to know our owners and hope we will form a lasting friendship.
"Please make sure that you are ready for a life-long commitment when adding any pet to your household. Make sure you get your new dog from a reputable and responsible breeder. A breeder that guarantees your new dog free from hereditary defects, one who will help you throughout the entire life of the dog, and one who requires that they will take the dog back if for any reason you can no longer keep it. A responsible breeder should require you to spay or neuter your new dog if it is not show quality or if youhave no intention of showing in conformation. A responsible breeder is concerned about the dog as long as he or she may live."