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Why are dalmations associated with firefighting?  Answer

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Dalmations used to chase rats out of the fire stations. Dalmations were called "Coach Dogs" or "Carriage Dogs" because of their ability and agility to run between the carriage wheels and the horse's hoofs. Their stamina to run great distances made them ideal for traveling long and far with a coach. This ability to run with the horse and carriage is the reason the Dalmation was so widely used with the fire carriage of yesteryear. Today, with no horse-drawn carriges for fire trucks, the Dalmation has become the firehouse mascot.
 
 
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