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“Its body is generally white, marked with numerous small round black, or reddish-brown spots. The dalmatian is said to be used in his native country for the chase, to be easily broken, and stanch to his work. He has never been thus employed in England or America, but is chiefly distinguished by his fondness for horses, and as being the frequent attendant on the barriages of the wealthy.” —Goodrich, 1885


canine, Dog, kdogs


Mammals: D


S. G. Goodrich, The Animal Kingdom Illustrated (New York: A. J. Johnson & Co., 1885) 205


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