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Dalmatian Characteristics

The Dalmatian is a breed with a purpose. Originally bred as "Coach” or carriage dogs, these dogs are also well known as hunting dogs, firehouse dogs, and circus performers. With focused obedience training and early socialization, these dogs can also make fantastic household companions and friends to your children and other pets.

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  • Energy High
  • Size Medium
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Instantly recognizable from film and tv, the Dalmatian is a breed with an iconic white coat full of black spots and a body full of energy and determination. These dogs were originally bred to run next to carriages as a form of protection, and this skill helped translate them to the firehouse dogs you know today. This endurance also allows them to excel at flyball and agility games.  If you're looking for a companion who is always ready to join you on a run or bicycle ride, this is your dog.

The Dalmation is a medium-large dog, standing around 19-24 inches at the shoulder and weighing between 48-55 pounds. Along with their highly active bodies, Dalmations have highly active brains!  These incredibly smart dogs need obedience training while they’re puppies to establish rules for behavior, or they will assume the role of alpha and attempt to run things. Once trained, though, their intelligence makes them wonderful lifelong companions.

The breed is also predisposed to deafness. This condition is hereditary, and all Dalmatian bloodlines can pass along deafness to their puppies. Around eight percent of Dalmatians are born entirely deaf, and 22-24% are born with hearing in one ear only. Trust us, though, it won’t make you love them any less. 

How dog-friendly is Tucson?

A recent SmartAsset study analyzed the 100 largest US cities to see which are the most pet-friendly. In the study, Tuscon is ranked the most pet-friendly city in the country. The city is regarded as the most pet-friendly place in the country because it has the 5th highest number of pet stores and vets of dog parks and one of the lowest days of precipitation per year.


A similar study by Wallethub ranked Tucson as the 30th most pet-friendly city in the country. The does well for both outdoor pet-friendliness and pet health and wellness, ranking 40th and 42nd, respectively. 

Dog parks and outdoor activities in Tucson

Tucson has a variety of dog parks and other outdoor activities for you to enjoy with your dog. Some of the most popular dog parks in the city include Brandi Fenton Memorial Park, McDonald District Park, Palo Verde Dog Park, and Star Valley Park.


The city also has several hiking trails for you to go on a trek with your four-legged friend. Some of the best hiking trails to explore are Catalina State Park, Sweetwater Preserve Trailhead, Agua Caliente Hill Trail, and Rillito River Park.

Life in Tucson with a dog

With over 250 pet-friendly restaurants in Tuscon, you and your dog will always have plenty of choices when you want to grab a bite to eat. A few of the most popular dog-friendly restaurants in the city include Prep & Pastry, Barrio Brewing Company, Zinburger, Frost Gelato, and Proof Artisanal Pizza & Pasta. 


Tucson has many other pet-friendly establishments, including pet stores, daycares, groomers, and four dog-friendly shopping centers. Plus, the city is one of the best in the country for pet owners looking for a place to live. A recent Zumper study ranked Tucson 39th in the nation for finding a pet-friendly rental.




If your friends ever come to Tucson for a visit, they’ll have plenty of places to stay with their furry companions. Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Tucson are Hotel McCoy, Bed and Bagels of Tucson, Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, and Hotel Congress. 

Popular dog breeds in Tucson

Arizona is home to a diverse mix of dog breeds. The most popular breeds in the state are: Labrador Retrievers, Siberian Huskies, German Shepherds, English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Golden Retrievers, and Shih-Tzus. No matter which breed you choose to bring into your family, your pup will find many of its peers across the city.

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