Club History

The Dalmatian Club of San Diego County was founded by a group of breeders and owners interested in promoting the welfare of the breed. Many members are involved in showing their dogs in conformation, obedience, and agility competitions. Although not restricted, membership is generally representative of the San Diego County area of Southern California. DCSDC is an AKC A sanctioned club holding matches and specialty shows in San Diego County.


Nov 17 Dalmatian Daze (see flyer)

Membership Information


President: Debbie Goddard ranchodal@aol.com
Vice President: Chuck Davis cdavis45@cox.net
Treasurer: Debbi Jones DJDal@aol.com
Corresponding Secretary: Heather Middleton info@shadowcatcherimagery.com
Recording Secretary: Mary Bennett maryleliabennett@yahoo.com
Director at Large: Skip Middleton info@shadowcatcherimagery.com
Dot to Dot Editor: Mary Bennett maryleliabennett@yahoo.com
Education/Programs/Club Info: Debbie Goddard ranchodal@aol.com
Historian: Kathy Martin kathymartin90@cox.net
Membership: Heather Middleton info@shadowcatcherimagery.com
Specialty Chairman: Debbie Goddard ranchodal@aol.com
Webmaster: Boyd Goddard btgoddard68@gmail.com


The DCSDC is not aware of any rescue organizations in San Diego that specifically address the Dalmatian breed. Try http://www.savethedals.org/ as the best source that we know. 
For those looking to acquire an older Dalmatian, we sometimes know of dogs in need of a home.

 For information:
 Debbie Goddard, eMail: ranchodal@aol.com  ph. 858 756 1281

Current Homes needed:

none known 
(Announcements will run for approx. 60 days. Please let us know if they are no longer needed or need to be extended.)

Litter Announcements

Litter arrived:     Contact Terri Bailey  spotsafire@aol.com
Debbie Bennett
Litter born Aug 4 4 boys 1 girl blacks Á livers      contact westviewdals@gmail.com


Disaster trailer deployed to Border Fire.



 (The trailer was just recently delivered. Gene Mills spearheaded the collection drive which a number of local clubs, including the DCSDC, contributed, and the AKC, through the AKC Reunite Program, matched the amount. There are now 4 emergency response trailers in San Diego, and this one was headquartered down south. Thank you, again, everyone. This was just what the trailer was intended for.)


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