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Sunday, 20 March 2011

Dalmation as a pet

The more I see of humans, The more I love Dogs                                                                                        

 The Dalmatian does not come from Dalmatia and is certainly not of Yugoslavian    origin. One theory is that it may have come from Asia to England in the 18th century via Egypt and Greece. It is a dog of many skills and was used for carrying messages in the Balkan wars. It makes a good watchdog too. In some countries it is used as guide dog for the blind. It is a dog with calm temperament which enjoys playing with children.  It has a slightly melancholy air and depends  even more than most dogs, on human  companionship. Its white coat with black and brown spots is internationally recognizable. It is a strange fact that Dalmatian puppies are born with plain white coat.

Despised dogs: Biblical

The more I see of humans, The more I love Dogs

Biblical Dogs                     : Throughout the Old and New Testaments the dog is despised as an abhorrent, unclean animal. The only polite reference to a dog in the Apocrypha (Old Testament appendix), in the book of Tobit. Tobias's Dog accompanied him on a journey to Ecbatana as a companion and friend - a very alien concept to the Semitic mind, and the dog does not appear in the Aramaic or Hebrew version

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