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Dalmatian Toadflax Linaria dalmatica L.

Dalmatian Toadflax Linaria dalmatica L. Identification: A perennial with bright yellow, snapdragon-like flowers, tinged with orange, this plant's life cycle is short-lived.

Inbreeding in Dalmatians

2 Inbreeding in Dalmatians James E. Seltzer, Ph.D. You have postponed the decision for as long as you can. Now you absolutely must make up your mind.

Cup Dalmation Dog Puppet

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"10 001 Dalmatians:" Croatia  Launches Its ...

*www.cmj.hr In 2006, the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports has completed the review process of more than 3000 research proposals for the new 5-year funding cycle (2007-2011).


U RINARY S TONE -F ORMING IN D ALMATIANS & O THER D OGS by by Carroll H. Weiss Carroll H. Weiss Study Group on Urinary Stones Study Group on Urinary Stones Research Committee Research Committee Dalmatian Club of America Dalmatian Club of America Introduction Dalmatians, Bulldogs and many other ...

Minnesota Urolith Center

Minnesota Urolith Center, University of Minnesota Page 1 of 2 Minimizing Urate Urolith Recurrence Medical considerations:  A mutation in the urate transporter has been identified in Dalmatians, English Bulldogs, and Black Russian Terriers.

Dalmatian Molly

Dalmatian Molly Drs. Foster & Smith Educational Staff Poecilia latipinna Quick Stats: Dalmatian Molly Family: Poeciliidae Range: Gulf of Mexico through the east coast of Florida to North Carolina Size: Up to 4¾ inches Diet: Omnivore Tank Set-up: Freshwater: Tough plants, good filtration Tank ...

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© 2011 Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. All rights reserved. For personal use only, not for commercial use. Temp late: Felt Puppy-Ears from“The Martha Stewart Show” | http://www.marthastewart.com/felt-puppy-ears Dalmation Ear

Dalmatian Toadflax

Description: Dalmatian toadflax is an erect, short-lived perennial herb growing 3 feet tall or more. The plant is hairless, growing from a woody branching base.

Dalmatian Treat Recipes

Dalmatian Treat Recipes Because of the Dalmatian breed's tendency toward urinary stone formation, diets and treats low in "purine-yielding ingredients" are advised.