15 Dalmatian Mix Breed Dogs

 

15 Dalmatian Mixes

List Of Dalmatian Mix breed Dogs

 

#1 Beaglemation – (Beagle x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15 – 20 inches
  • Weight: 35 – 60 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Excellent family pup, Better for experienced dog owners
  • Shedding Level: Beagle Dalmatian mix moderately sheds all year
  • Apartment Friendly: Moderate to good – larger Beaglemations at 60 pounds are starting to get too big for small apartments
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: Beaglemation very good with kids
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Very good to excellent
  • Cat Friendly: Good to very good with socialization
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good to very good with socialization
  • Barking Tendencies: Occasionally barks
  • Working dog: Good watchdog, Hunting dog
  • Health Issues: Intervertebral disk disease, eye problems, epilepsy, deafness, Hypothyroidism, Beagle Dwarfism, CBS.

 

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#2 Bodacion – (Border Collie x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15 – 22 inches
  • Weight: 26 – 40 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 – 15 years
  • Shedding Level: Bodacion shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: They are going to be bouncing with energy and will not be good for apartment dwellers
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Bodacion tries to herd small children so they should be watched with young children.
  • Stranger Friendly: Should be watched with strangers
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Bodacion tries to herd other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Border Collie Dalmatian mix rarely barks
  • Territorial: Somewhat stubborn at infancy
  • Working dog: Working dog
  • Health Issues: Hip Dysplasia, Elbow Dysplasia, and Cataracts.

 

#3 Boxmatian – (Boxer x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 19 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 50 – 90 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 to 13 years
  • Adaptability: If you’re not an outdoors person and don’t have access to large areas where the dog can safely run around and swim and play, then the Boxmatian is probably not the dog for you.
  • Shedding Level: Boxer Dalmatian mix moderately sheds
  • Apartment Friendly: Not apartment-friendly
  • Playfulness: Very active and playful
  • Child Friendly: If you have small children, it may be best not to have a Boxmatian
  • Stranger Friendly: Not friendly with strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Training and socialization need to play with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Training and socialization need to play with other cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Training and socialization need to play with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: The Boxmation does tend to bark at strangers and when people approach the house.
  • Territorial: Maybe territorial doggy
  • Aggression level: Aggressive
  • Working dog: Excellent watchdogs
  • Health Issues: Allergies and Hypothyroidism.

 

#4 Bullmatian – (Bulldog x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 11 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 45 to 55 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Very good to excellent
  • Shedding Level: Low to moderate
  • Apartment Friendly: Moderate – needs a yard really
  • Playfulness: An energetic and playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: Very good
  • Stranger Friendly: Can be wary at first with strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good to very good with socialization
  • Cat Friendly: This Dalmatian Mix very good with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Very good
  • Barking Tendencies: Occasionally barks
  • Territorial: Stubborn
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Eye problems, patellar luxation, Hereditary deafness, Eye problems, Urolithiasis, Reverse sneezing, brachycephalic syndrome, head shakes, hip dysplasia, skin problems, and tail problems.

 

#5 Bullmatian Terrier – (Bull Terrier x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 11 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 41 – 65 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 8 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Don’t adapt well to lifestyle changes and different living environments.
  • Shedding Level: Bullmatians are low shedders.
  • Apartment Friendly: Not recommended for an apartment lifestyle.
  • Playfulness: The Bullmatian Terrier is a playful breed.
  • Child Friendly: Very kid-friendly dogs.
  • Stranger Friendly: Average friendly towards strangers.
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Bullmatians are other dog-friendly dogs.
  • Cat Friendly: Average friendly towards cats.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Generally good with other pets.
  • Barking Tendencies: Low to Average: The Bull Terrier Dalmatian mix rarely barks.
  • Territorial: Average defender
  • Working dog: Average watchdog ability
  • Health Issues: Bullmatians may suffer from patellar luxation, eye ailments, deafness, reverse sneezing, urolithiasis, hip dysplasia, tail ailments, skin ailments, head shakes, brachycephalic syndrome, bladder stones, and pyoderma.

 

#6 Chimation – (Chihuahua x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: Up to 12 inches
  • Weight: 20 to 40 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 to 15 years
  • Adaptability: Very good to an excellent family pet, best with an experienced owner
  • Shedding Level: Low to moderate shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Good to very good – size means he can adapt if needed
  • Playfulness: Chimation is active and loves to play and have fun
  • Child Friendly: Very good to excellent
  • Stranger Friendly: Protective especially when strangers are around
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Moderate to very good depending on if he is more like the Dalmatian or Chihuahua. Socialization is needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good to very good
  • Barking Tendencies: Occasionally barks
  • Territorial: Stubborn pup
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Patellar Luxation, Hypoglycemia, Heart problems, Collapsed Trachea, Hydrocephalus, Open Fontanel, Hereditary deafness, Urolithiasis, Eye problems.

 

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#7 Dalmadoodle – (Dalmatian x Poodle mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15 – 23 inches
  • Weight: 40 – 70 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 11 – 14 years
  • Shedding Level: If the coat is like that of the Dalmatian, the coat will shed a lot or if the coat is like that of the Poodle, it won’t shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: They’re not ideal for apartment dwellers
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: They’re especially good with children
  • Stranger Friendly: Dalmadoodles can be protective and might be inclined to bark at strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Dalmadoodles usually get along famously with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Dalmadoodles have a strong prey drive this could be a problem if your household includes cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Dalmadoodles have a strong prey drive this could be a problem if your household includes other small pets.
  • Barking Tendencies: This Dalmatian mix dog prone to barking
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Health Issues: The Dalmadoodle might be prone to urinary stones, hip dysplasia, skin allergies, iris sphincter dysplasia, Cushing’s disease, Addison’s disease, sebaceous adenitis, gastric dilatation-volvulus, and deafness.

 

#8 Dalmador – (Labrador Retriever x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 19 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 50 – 80 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 14 years
  • Adaptability: Active families who can commit to a regular exercise routine
  • Shedding Level: Dalmador is a fairly heavy shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Labrador Retriever Dalmatian mix isn’t great apartment dogs
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: They loves kids
  • Stranger Friendly: Comfortable around strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Very good with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Good with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Very good with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: They have a tendency to bark or howl
  • Territorial: Protective mutt
  • Aggression level: Not aggressive doggy
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Hip dysplasia, entropion, allergic infections, urinary stone formation, and deafness.

 

#9 Dalmatian Heeler – (Dalmatian x Australian Cattle Dog mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 19 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 38 – 60 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 13 – 16 years
  • Adaptability: They are good family dogs, these highly active dogs can be a lot to handle for first-time dog owners.
  • Shedding Level: Shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: The Dalmatian Heeler requires a spacious apartment or a house with a big fenced-off yard.
  • Playfulness: This Dalmatian mix dog is very energetic and playful
  • Child Friendly: As long as they’re well socialized, they’re excellent with children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: As long as they’re well socialized, they’re excellent with other dogs.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: As long as they’re well socialized, they’re excellent with other pets.
  • Barking Tendencies: Barks or howls loudly
  • Aggression level: Sometimes he seems aggressive
  • Working dog: He is a good guard dog
  • Health Issues: Hip Dysplasia, Deafness and Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA).

 

Read: 20 Australian Cattle Dog Mixes

 

#10 Dalmatian Husky – (Dalmatian x Siberian Husky mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: Up to 23 inches
  • Weight: 35 – 60 pounds
  • Adaptability: Ideal family pet
  • Shedding Level: It sheds all year round
  • Apartment Friendly: Apartment Friendly
  • Playfulness: Playful mutt
  • Child Friendly: Dalmatian Husky is overall friendly with kids
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Dalmatian Husky is overall friendly with other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Dalmatian Husky is overall friendly with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely barks
  • Territorial: Tendency to be stubborn
  • Working dog: Active working dogs
  • Health Issues: Cataracts, Allergies, Hip Dysplasia, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA).

 

#11 Dalmatian Springer – (Dalmatian x English Springer Spaniel mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 18 – 22 inches
  • Weight: 50 – 55 pounds
  • Shedding Level: He will shed throughout the year
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Dalmatian Springer is also good with children.
  • Cat Friendly: He still may have a hunter’s instinct, and he may attempt to flush out smaller animals.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other pets
  • Aggression level: This Dalmatian mix dog can be hyper and may resort to chewing and destroying property
  • Health Issues: Entropion, Hip Dysplasia, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) and Phosphofructokinase (PFK) Deficiency.

 

#12 Goldmation – (Golden Retriever x Dalmatian mix)

 

From: Pinterest

  • Height: 19 – 23 inches
  • Weight: 55 – 70 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Ideal for an active family with kids
  • Shedding Level: Goldmatian will likely shed heavily
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Great companion dog for kids of all ages
  • Stranger Friendly: With strangers, Goldmation dog will bark
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Loves other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Have a barking tendency
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive doggy
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Hip Dysplasia, Epilepsy, and Renal Dysplasia.

 

#13 Pugmatian – (Pug x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15 – 16 inches
  • Weight: 25 – 30 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 years
  • Adaptability: They are friendly as well as intelligent and can make great family pets if they are socialized when they are young
  • Shedding Level: They will probably shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: Good for apartment
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: They also display friendliness towards kids, but closely supervise them
  • Other Dog-Friendly: This Dalmatian mix dog loves to play with other dogs in the dog park
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other pets
  • Territorial: They can be stubborn
  • Aggression level: Pugmatian can be aggressive if left alone
  • Health Issues: Deafness, Urolithiasis, Brachycephalic Syndrome, Dry Eye, and Dermatitis.

 

Related Read: 48 Precious Pug Mixes

 

#14 Rottmatian – (Rottweiler x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 21 – 26 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 100 pounds
  • Shedding Level: Expect some year-round shedding that increases seasonally with your Rottmatian.
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Rottmation friendly enough to be your children’s best friend
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs if exposed and socialized properly as well
  • Cat Friendly: Good with cats if exposed and socialized properly as well
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Happy to play with other pets if exposed and socialized properly as well
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Health Issues: Deafness, Urolithiasis, Hip, and Elbow Dysplasia, Subvalvular Aortic Stenosis Lymphoma, Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV) or Bloat.

 

#15 Sharmatian – (Chinese Shar-Pei x Dalmatian mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 18 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 40 – 60 pounds
  • Lifespan: 10 to 12 years
  • Adaptability: Energetic and friendly dog who is a great and smart family dog
  • Shedding Level: Moderate to high
  • Apartment Friendly: Good – They may be a little large and has a lot of energy
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Good with kids but good socialization and training are important.
  • Stranger Friendly: Sharmatian will bark to let you know of a stranger coming to the house
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs but good socialization and training are important.
  • Cat Friendly: Good with cats but good socialization and training are important.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other pets but good socialization and training are important.
  • Barking Tendencies: This Dalmatian mix dog rarely barks
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Bloat, patellar luxation, hypothyroidism, cancer, skin problems, eye problems, deafness, urolithiasis, iris sphincter dysplasia, OCD.

 

 

 

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